Our First Anniversary Blogging and Traveling ~ Part 4 0f 8 ~

Hello and welcome back for part 4 of this 8 part review of our first-year anniversary of travel and blogging.

Life as we all learn is a participatory journey encompassing many ups, downs and all arounds. It is one that begins solo, may remain solo or may evolve into one shared with someone or with many then ultimately ending as it began, solo. In our previous post you may have clicked on the links which entail how the three of us became a family thus following this basic pattern.

One of the many lessons we learned this first year is be flexible! Just when you think you have a great plan take a deep breath because chances are it is going to change. Goals may not change but the plans for achieving those goals, in most cases, likely will. This became evident to us as we moved forward to this present time and, if you go back over some of our earlier posts, it will be even more obvious. Change is inevitable and will make itself known when you least expect it or want it to.

We hope you return to see more of our year in review.


~ USA Through Our Eyes ~ Stories Told Through Words, Photographs, Videos and Sound

8 thoughts on “Our First Anniversary Blogging and Traveling ~ Part 4 0f 8 ~

  1. There are so many options out there. For us we wanted one that gave us the basic creature comforts (protection from the elements, bed, stove, fridge, running water, etc) yet small enough that we could go anywhere. We’ve met some incredible folks on the road with some awesome rigs and we enjoy hearing their stories of adventure. For us… we just like simple, lol.

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  2. I have read that the best option is the smaller RV, more on the scale of a oversize van. Gas mileage-wise, and accessibility, as you mentioned. My oldest son ended up purchasing a larger-size RV a few years back, used, and they did get a lot of use out of it locally where they lived in Central Oregon. But the time they took it on the road to go to California and Arizona he said the gasoline charges were extraordinary. πŸ™‚


  3. It was an amazing transition. While on our first journey cross country we were in our car in line waiting to enter Yellowstone Natl. Park and noticed a class B motorhome (travel van) and commented how nice that would be compared with tenting. We didn’t think much more of it till we returned home from our month trek. Then the desire to explore other vehicles hit again and we began explore other options. We knew we didn’t want a big rig because we like getting in those hard to reach spots to discover people and places. We were willing to travel anywhere in the USA for a RoadTrek and wouldn’t God have it there was one a hundred miles from our home. So kind of you to ask Theresa. We still laugh at the process of getting to that point. Here are the 3 links,

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