My last week in Ohio was a mostly peaceful one. I discovered that the local transit system will actually come out to the campground to get you, take you to run your errands, then bring you back to your site. My errands in McConnelsville cost a total of $2.50. If you're ever in the AED… Continue reading Making my way…
What an interesting rollercoaster of a week! I left Angela's driveway a little over a week ago and felt no qualms sitting in the Walmart parking lot that night. The next day I headed to Cuyahoga Falls to visit with a friend and start this traveling thing. Oh, that first night! Folks, I will admit… Continue reading Learning and more learning
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
I sit here this morning with the windows wide open, my toes a little chilled, and hot coffee in my hand. Can it really be that we are entering the second week of June? I check out the upcoming forecast and I see that the temperatures are rising into the nineties in the next day… Continue reading Closing in on summer
I'm going to say the first part swiftly and without elaboration. I think it will make it easier. Aurora died at the beginning of April. Her health had declined rapidly and, even though I knew it was coming, it hit me really, really hard. There. I did it. Yes, it's been over a month, but… Continue reading Sadness and Sunshine