This morning we left New York and hope to land in DuBois, Pennsylvania. We drove through a pretty big storm. But the scenery is amazing! America is beautiful.
Stopping in Scranton was fun. The Electric City. It’s a beautiful city nestled deep in a wooded valley. Lots of old buildings. The folks were really nice. They were prepping for a large Italian festival.
We’ve gotten really good at living in the camper. It’s too small for four people but we made it work.
I’m looking for an audio book to listen to. Any recommendations?
Here we are on the homeward leg of our adventure, and although I miss my grandbabies, my dog, my plants…. I still have some sadness it’s ending! And some anxiety about adjusting to real life. And the adjustments I need to make in real life to enjoy it more.
I think I could live like this. In a camper full time. Some people have told me it’s always good to have a home to go back to. But either way I see full time RVing in my future.
If you see us in person, stories to ask about include:
‘Melanie gets a hoodie’
‘James and the skunk Chipotle party’
‘Scranton post office’
Hey Pennsylvania, you’re fucking breathtaking.