Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Not All Who Wander Are Lost
October, 2017 - Mexico

Saturday, May 1, 2010

It's Official

First off, I'd like to welcome new readers Clark and Sandy. For some reason, it is very exciting when I get new readers. It feels good that others are finding our information helpful.

Merikay asked if the witch I worked with came to my going away party. NO! Which was great because very few people like her. She will live her small bitter life, but not with me around :)

So, now to the title of this blog. We are considering today our official first day as fulltime RVers. It feels good :)
Kevin actually lived in the camper all last week as he was not working and had started our position as camphosts. I still had to work last week :( It was worth it to get another week of paid vacation :) That makes today the first time we are both retired and living in the RV. Did I say it feels good!!!

We are going back to our house tomorrow to do some last minute chores before the estate sale people come on Monday. I will actually sleep there one more night because the septic inspector is coming Monday morning at 8:30 am, and I don't want to get up super early to drive back. Kevin will come back to the camper tomorrow night and camphost.

Monday afternoon we are moving to a different county park to continue our camphosting position. Originally, we were hired to be the camphost at Derge County Park, the park we are at right now. Then, the Derge camphosts from two years ago contacted the parks department and asked if they could come back. The powers that be decided to keep both couples so we will now be co-hosts at Astico County Park in Columbus, WI. It's a busier park so that will be a good thing for all.
Below is a picture of the campground, there are 25 sites. This weekend there is a truck camper and two tents. The next picture is our site. It has been very windy all week so no awning. The last picture is the crabapple tree in our yard. This has been my favorite tree as long as we've been there. It's so beautiful in spring. I took this at 6:30 am on Friday morning as I was leaving for work for the very last time :)

2 comments:

  1. Hooray Evelyn! I am excited to learn about your new life in this great adventure! I hope someday you run into my aunt and uncle who are also fulltimers; Marv and Julie Nelson.

    I hope to see you this summer; we will see where job placements land me!

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  2. congrats and all.

    Josef and Julie

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