I’ve ordered my RV. It is to arrive in June. I don’t know when it will arrive but I do know I won’t be here to receive it. I’ve made arrangements for it to be held until I return home. In June I will be spending my time at my sister’s place taking care of her animals. I will also take my horse to her place and make sure she is acquainted with her new abode.
Claudia, my sister, will be doing a 250 mile organized ride from a lake on the edge of one side of Michigan to the lake on the other side of Michigan. My 82 year old Dad is going with her. He will be riding also. I’m always amazed by how active my Dad is and I hope I able to follow in his footsteps. They are supposed to be gone for the entire month.
I will take this opportunity to live in my parent’s motorhome and learn a little bit about RV life. I will spend the time starting my adventures so I will be prepared for moving into my RV when it comes in. I will learn about emptying/filling tanks, watching propane levels, cooking in a small kitchen, and living on my own.
Everyone asks where I’m going. I have no answer. I plan to stay where the temperature is cooler. I like a temperature range of 50 – 75 degrees. When I first get my RV, I will stay local for a month to make sure there aren’t any immediate problems with the RV and to acquire the items I need for my travels. I figure it will be easier to get what I need while close to home and in a town I know. I do hope to travel North for August because that’s usually a pretty warm month around here. I will travel back through the area in the Fall before I head South. I don’t plan to move around a lot this year because I want to really relax, sit with myself, and find my joy. I’ve begun working on finding my joy already but, once I’m travelling and I’m without the daily distractions of responsibilities of my current life, I hope to extend that joy into my life full-time and expand on it by improving my health even more.
Jeff thinks he might want to join me on the road next Fall. So, I will come back through here so we can sit down and talk about what he wants for his life. Regardless of his decision, I will leave again and I probably won’t be back to this area for a few years. I have too much to explore and see. I have adventures in mind, stories to live and tell, and blissful moments to experience. I will no longer have time to keep coming back to my current life. I’m ready to step into my full potential and see if I have any limits. I suspect I do not and I’m looking forward to finding out if I am correct.
Update: My RV is supposed to come in today and I am supposed to be given the keys this Friday. I will have to keep it in storage until July because I have nowhere to park it and I will be at my sister’s this next month. Expect to hear more in July.