Long weekends, two-week explorations, and everything in between
The decision to end our time living in an RV was made as quickly as our decision to start. In both cases, we knew giving it too much time for deliberation would allow emotions to get in the way: fear in the beginning, nostalgia at the end.
We both believe that making big decisions quickly, driven by the gut, is the only way to feel at peace with the outcome.
Caroline here! Back after a long blogging hiatus to spread the good word that Arizona is my favorite state. (For now.) After a rough start to winter with RV repairs-gone-wrong x3, repairs-gone-right x1, getting COVID and more, we made it out of the swamps (literally and figuratively), swung through Texas just in time before the disastrous freeze, and landed in Arizona.
Over the past two months, we’ve meandered slowly south through some surprising natural beauty in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, and the Carolinas. Red River Gorge in Kentucky was a real highlight, a hiking and climbing paradise. Seneca Rocks was one of our favorite campgrounds and hiking areas.