Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Cabernet in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO-HOO, what a ride!!"

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Our New Home

 

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Not much to report,another slow week here in the hood. We did get some more painting done around the house.

Saturday the weather was nice so we unloaded all the stuff from the motor home and started putting things in the 5th wheel.

You can never start to soon getting ready,the time will be here before we know it.  

Anyone interested in buying a nice 1988 Tioga class C motor home?

ONE DAY CLOSER TO OUR DREAM

12 comments:

Sunny said...

Awww! Love your header.... did you make that?? Sweeeet!

Your Tioga would give me more room, but I am looking at possibly trading up to around a 2000+. Just the right people will come along to buy it. Someone out there is looking for a nice one to go camping in :)
Have a blessed day!

Jim and Sandie said...

Love the camper plaque. Moving from our motorhome to the fifth wheel was a lot of work. So I wish you lots of energy for your task.

Rick and Paulette said...

Nice looking rig in your header - is it for sale too?

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

have you got a link for an ad? I'd be happy to repost it in a couple of different forums...

Dennis and Donna said...

Loading stuff into a new rig isn't work, it's playtime..arranging, filling cupboards, stowing stuff...like playing house! I don't think you will have too much problem selling the Tioga...it looks to be in good shape..

Merikay said...

Any progress is good. Even if it is just rearranging!

~~Sue and Doug~~ said...

have fun moving the stuff into the new home on wheels!!!..and good luck with the sale of the old one!!

Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

We had a 1988 Tioga Arrow and it was a great way to travel with our kids. I can highly recommend it:)

FULL-TIMERS...OCT. 17, 2009 said...

Sometimes nothing to report is good. You are allowed to lay back and relax once in a while!

Kevin and Ruth said...

So nice to be able to just take your time and slowly move things over from one unit to the other. Once you have things moved over you should try living in it for a few days to see how things fit. You may then want to move things around again to make it more convenient. Just and idea, have fun with it.

Kevin and Ruth
www.travelwithkevinandruth.com

JOJO said...

I remembet doing that 3 times. The first time was fun, the second time was fun, the next time was dumb on my part I took everything out of the motor home to set up the Tin Can Cabin and then replaced it there and had to bring everything home in the car. DAH It looked like I was living in the car and was lucky to cram it all in there.
Have fun.

Karen and Al said...

We've been in our new motor home for 5 months and we're still re-arranging. It takes a while to get things settled where you like them.