Yep, real bruises. It seems that I've been covered with them since starting this project, but I knew it was all part of the deal. Now, as I look at some of them, wondering how long they will take to go away (sometimes several weeks), I can't help but smile at the fact that I… Continue reading Bumps & Bruises
Well, it's official! I'm apartment-free and all my belongings are in the RV. I still have a mess in here and there are still things that need to be organized and put away, but there is time for that all. Since the person didn't show up for the propane tank, I went down the list… Continue reading Day Four
As I struggle to keep my eyes open tonight I remind myself that I've made a lot of progress. I have all the surfaces painted, the roof is sealed and the a/c shroud is back in place, the generator is gone, and someone is coming to get the propane tank this weekend. Packing up my… Continue reading Where did the time go?
I'm so excited! I will be painting with Kilz tomorrow morning, then the colors on Thursday. If all goes well, I should be done with the walls no later than Friday, then I can start on the floor. I am running a little late on that, but I discovered that porch paint will work well… Continue reading I’ve rounded the corner
The last several weeks have been filled with a steady stream of physical labor that leaves my body aching and weary, but my heart glad and satisfied. I've posted many pictures so far in a Facebook Album called RV Renovations. If you have any trouble seeing them, please let me know. So far I have… Continue reading Almost Home
I am now the happy owner of a 1987 Georgie Boy LM. She's old and needs a lot of cleaning up, but also solid and in great condition. The great thing is that Anthony got his within a couple days of me finding mine. His blog is here and he's just getting started on it.… Continue reading She’s here!
As I sit here in my room, coffee at hand, the sound of gulls outside the window, and the cats napping nearby, I look around at all the things I still have to take care of. At this point, however, my hands are tied until I have the motor home parked here (or in a storage… Continue reading Breathing…