Taking life for a test drive


Last night, after yesterday’s post we pulled in to our accommodations for the night, River Beach Campsites. Though we are fully outfitted for boondocking, we needed some space to sort through the extra stuff we on loaded before leaving, and to tackle various projects that we hadn’t had time for, and most important, to take on water. Hot showers were on both of our minds. Whilst driving to River Beach, we put 10,000 miles on our Hurricane! It was quite a milestone and just how the first official day should go.


River Beach has an excellent staff, however that is as far as my recommendation can go, as the campsite itself was dicey at best. You can read my review here, if you are interested. The view this morning of the Delaware was breathtaking though!

The pupsters and I take in most sunrises together. They are truly enjoying life in the RV so far. Even Miss Annabelle (who is SUCH a Nervous Nelly) is relaxing and starting to enjoy herself, which includes picking on the rest of the pack. When we left yesterday, she refused to get in the RV on several occasions, now she jumps right in and settles in her window seat.


So the problem with condensing two homes into one is all the excess “stuff.” (I bet Danae is feeling that same way!) Last night we went on a major purge. I pulled out every single clothing item I had and kept only what fit comfortably in my closet. everything is neat, and I feel like I can breathe again. From now on if I purchase something new I will get rid of something else to make room for it. Bills Jerseys not withstanding of course! The other big project we tackled was hanging my favorite painting.


John did such a great job! This morning we were on the road by 9 am, and have been making our way steadily north.  It is a picture perfect NY day.


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