What It’s All About…

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We’re hitting the road again and this time we’ll be crossing the SouthWest with our quarter-dozen children ranging from 7 months to 7 years.  The trip is planned out: David has a tour booked all across our route and we know where we need to be each day to stay on track.  We’ll look for state and national parks to camp in, farms and wineries to stay at, and hope for plenty of boondocking opportunities.

I’m not half caught up reporting on our adventures from our trip earlier this year, and I hope to keep up better this time.  We learned a lot from our first trip and hope that we’ve managed to better organize time and possessions this go-round.

I hope my stories can shed some light on how it is possible to live unconventionally despite the peer pressure, and I hope you, too, are pursuing your dreams instead of your neighbor’s 🙂

5 Replies to “What It’s All About…”

  1. Wishing you safe and happy travels!! We just started about a month ago and have somehow managed to squander 75% of our finances already. I am trying to regroup, find a temp job and plan better for where we head from now on. We luckily are staying in a place for two weeks for free. I am so glad to hear you have things planned to help you out some. It is very possible to live this way but the learning that goes with it in the beginning can be very overwhelming and expensive 🙂 We are enjoying the Florida weather, we came from New Mexico and even in the southern part of the state it can get very cold in the winter.

  2. Hope our paths cross sometime. We met the Wagners, but didn’t get to see Benny at the time. It’d be nice to see you in it though. Hope you’re enjoying the road as much as we are! Seems from your posts you are!

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