Being 45 now, I feel as if my 40’s has been all about counteracting all of the damage I have been doing to my body, pretty much all my life. Apparently I have never been properly hydrated, correctly nourished, or gotten enough cardio-activity. I fluctuate on getting too much sun and not enough sun, so I’m sure my vitamin D is all wrong.
I wonder if being 50 years old will be the age that I give in and accept defeat.
We selected a pull-through site, as we were still overwhelmed with all the information from the whirlwind walk through with Humphrey RV. Unhooking and hooking up again felt like too much too soon. We filled up our water tank and called it good. After all, we had been camping in a tent for a full week and this was definitely a big step up. We were going to be boondocking for the next several months and we didn’t feel like we needed anything fancy.
We would love to camp here again. However, going up the steep mountain passes were quite slow going. I apologize to all those frustrated speedsters caught behind me as we chugged uphill on our #newbie run.
(Oh, and Happy Birthday, David!)
Owning a home is no joke. When we sold our house, I was happy, relieved, excited, anxious, and overwhelmed. Buying our new home was an adventure. We bought our RV without ever seeing it in person. Nervy, right?
I’m sure you’ve guessed by now that it worked out and we are pretty happy with our new home, on wheels.