When we arrived in our present location near Tampa, we knew we had to make the transition from campers to "semi-full timers." It was so cold in Minnesota when we were packing, we just filled the camper with our stuff. When we opened the camper here, we stood and looked at what we needed to unpack into our small space and felt a bit like this:
So, we set to work to scrub and clean and organize our space, inside and out. We received a few comments from our resident sages as we were organizing our shoes out on the patio.
"Good Lord! How many pairs of shoes do you need?" Okay. Three months worth. I thought I narrowed it down quite well, thank you very much!
After the outdoor storage areas were reorganized, we turned to the inside. This required a bit of a paradigm shift. We have had our travel trailer for 1 1/2 years and have grown used to where we have things placed. We had to rethink and repack so all we needed for living in our camper for three months would find a home.
Well, Paul just came in from outside. Honestly, he was shat upon by a vulture. There are hundreds of them circling overhead.
There must be a dead wooly mammoth out there somewhere! Talk to you soon.