you can can make it yours!
Your selection of food in the cupboards, silverware in the drawer, dust ruffles, different curtains, throw rug to fit your color preferences, your own pictures on the walls...or
Anticipation continues, & it can be a tantalizing, frustrating part of the process. Particularly if you have the cart before the horse. We did it that way, but even though "Nuestra Casita" was essentially ready for the road we had extensive frame mods in mind. The delay was a little more bearable as a consequence. Even without a tug, we could see progress being made.
Have fun selecting a suitable tow vehicle. Remember, it should be comfortable so you won't be completely worn out after a day on the road. Minimal blind spots and good rear view mirrors are essential both on the road and when backing your new acquisition.
Please share the surprises. We all love to hear about the un-anticipated events which are an essential part of the learning curve. They are what add exciting spice to the adventure.
& Ann K.