A wow on the kitchen project. I've done two kitchens in my life, fortunately no more.
Dave and Paula,
You are well worth going out of your way to meet. Dave and Paula are two special people and showed us around the area, gave us insight into a number of clever trailer mods, many of which we've incorporated into our Scamp
. We have loved meeting members of the forum. We all have much in common.
One of the best parts of our RV experience has been the opportunity to focus in on the important, definitely it's each other and our travels. We don't drink much but are intoxicated with each other and life. Just two 72 year old kids having fun, I suggest it for everyone.
We love the camping experience because of what it permits as much as the camping.
To everyone who's posted thanks for all the kind words.
My goal in posting is to describe how much fun we have had, how the experience has taught us more about living, and what's possible in the small space of our trailer.
I have a short recording of my grand niece expressing her joy over receiving a set of books, I listen to it about every other day. Her clear, free expression of joy is what I seek, it's what is possible, Once you know something is possible you can achieve it. It's like finding agates, or sea glass on a beach, once you see one, you can see them all.
In some measure, the separation from the everyday while on the road, is the opportunity to consider life from a new perspective, to possibly make changes, to become a little bolder, a little warmer, to seek 'more real' ground.