My “new” (15 year old Roadtrek camper van) has been christened by the women of the Cascadia RVwomen chapter at CleElum Washington. I’m learning how to be a dry-camper; no electric or water hookups, just plain good old fashioned camping, but in a comfortable van rather than on a thin pad on the hard ground in a tent! Baby, i’m on the road again.
The van has already cost me some bucks- more on that later. But so far it’s been worth it- a tiny home wheels. Just don’t ask me about the gas mileage! Argh.
My travel adventures are a metaphor for the journey of life- so this is my Getting Older and Luscious blog, covering all my secret and public places: writing, seeing the USA,looking for love, and my spiritual quest; TO LIVE IN THE PRESENT INSTEAD OF THE PAST OR THE FUTURE! Life is indeed a journey to the present. May we all live in joy and patience with each moment as it arises in its glory or ingloriosity (my new word.)