Me & Carson in Vicksburg, AZ 12/04
I’ve been living on the road in some sort of RV for 14 years now so it’s hard to say goodbye old girl to this 5th-wheel.
Carson in San Benito, TX 4/05
Most of you know I’ve finally bought the newest and nicest RV of my life. And I’m loving it.
Mancos, CO 7/05
Yet it’s not easy to say goodbye to this old girl.
Carson in Yarnell, AZ 10/05
She’s taken me many places in the last six years.
Cave Junction, OR 4/06
Not new by any means. This 27 foot 1977 Wilderness has covered some miles.
Originally from Oregon, I had someone rebuild the inside to my specs.
I made it my own by covering the walls and flat spots with my chachkies stuff.
Yarnell, AZ 2/08
I learned how to hook up to her alone. OK, there may have been some swearing.
I never really learned to back up very well. But there’s a lot to be said for going forward.
Yarnell, AZ 11/08
I fixed plumbing leaks and finally paid to replace the water heater. In fact that job introduced me to Mike.
Yarnell, AZ 4/09
And we both lived in this small space five months last summer.
Grand Canyon NP North Rim 5/10
Now as much as I’ve grown comfortable I’ve also been looking to upgrade for several years. Guess now the time was right.
What next? She’s been bought by a neighbor who plans to make her into an art studio. I look forward to seeing this transformation.
And I really enjoy the view now that she’s gone.
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