Learning from the RV Living Bloggers
Two people in as many days have recommended this blog site to me. I have only skimmed the surface of reading the info they post (I have many more things on a more urgent timeline before joining folks like these on the road) but this post caught my eye. It is very similar to my own feelings and motivations for doing this crazy change.
Remember that this is work - and a lot of it. I am looking forward to becoming a workaholic on the road while experiencing a beautiful office in the outdoors. I don't expect it to be easy - not really sure what kind of expectations I have since this is all completely new to me (what, I have to clean a black water tank??? Wait, what is a black water tank???) But I am looking forward to the adventure.
In all of the conversations I have had with people who have done this - from sorority sisters to full-time RVers to RV salesmen to other photographers doing similar work/living arrangements - I have not once heard someone say they didn't enjoy it. In fact, most have told me I will probably fall so far in love with it that I'll just keep doing it.
I don't want to get ahead of myself on that point - just taking this one day at a time - but I am looking forward to adding the check marks to the lengthy list of goals I have for road living.
So until the next post...
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