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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

MWT - Moving Day

Old water heater in 5th-wheelI was supposed to move out at the end of the month, but I procrastinate. (Read more here.)

27 comments:

Louise said...

I love your 11-3 schedule! My house is usually colder inside than outside, too. Except in the summer. It's cold all the time. And even if you're on the north rim, summer without hot water is different than winter!

Janie said...

I'm glad you have the new water heater. Your bedroom looks quite cozy.
Nothing wrong with working in the warm part of the day!

Jenn Jilks said...

You're making progess! That's all that matters. We had snow today.

Carolyn said...

Moving sucks!!! I am a vagabond also and you are always on the move. I have just moved(my stuff) out of a storage shed into another one as I will be off island for an extended period of time and like you it is cold and short daylight hours....oh do I know what you are going through Gaelyn! I leave for the mainland next Tuesday and I have yet to sort my stuff out.
Keep up the good work.
Smiles

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

such work to move Gaelyn but it does look so cozy! and about that snake on my site, i did actually work hard to get the photo but there was glass involved between me and the snake :) Hey, I grew up in the desert I know better than to get that close to a rattler! I have encountered too many of them in the desert in their real life surroundings.

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

I thought you would stay longer in the little house. I had no idea you would be out so soon. Nothing like pressure to get moving faster. Looks like you are almost there. Did you stuff get bigger when you took it out of the RV, my stuff usually increases in size. When are you off on your travels?
DF

Happily Retired Gal said...

Oh, I so relate because I procrastinate endlessly too. Good luck with the rest of the move ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Small City Scenes said...

You world isn't very big at the moment. Nothing like a push to get you motivated. where will you be heading next?

Yes Tuffy is a BIG horse. He is actually a miniature horse but he grew too tall. He is 42 inches at the withers. Should only be 36. Oh we..!! Buckey his partner in mischief is 39 inches. they are my toys. MB

eileeninmd said...

I hope the rest of your move goes smoothly. I would hate moving. Where do you go next? I look forward to your adventures.

Diane AZ said...

I wouldn't want to work in the cold either. I hope you enjoy getting settled in your 5th-wheel with the freshly painted ceiling and hot water!

Ruth said...

Is it cold enough to use a heater? I am used to cold winters in Canada, but the coldest I week I experienced was in Mexico in the mountains where it was above freezing (barely) but with no heaters. The stone buildings were not cozy! Good luck completing your move.

mountain.mama said...

Wow, I'm just exhausted after reading all that.

Martha Z said...

You almost made it on time. I always work better with a deadline otherwise I do what is fun or interesting instead of what needs to get done.

dowhatyoulove said...

Home sweet Home. =) It doesn't seem like that long ago you started clearing out! I can't believe how fast time flys by. Wow. The cieling looks good!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Moving has just got to be the worst job on this earth Gaelyn and you have my sympathy!!

Firefly said...

I absolutely hate moving. Too much stress. My mrs gets stressed just getting ready and packed to go on holiday, so you can imagine.

LadyFi said...

Keep warm -and happy!

Susie of Arabia said...

Oh Gaelyn - I know how you must feel. Moving is the pits. But at least you have a small place so hopefully not that much stuff! Thinking of you and hoping you manage to stay warm...

Bibi said...

The French say, 'Little by little the bird makes its nest,' and so do you! It looks cozy.

Jo said...

Glad you have the new water heater. I would also work during the middle of the day if that's the warmer part. Hope you're settled soon.

Carver said...

I hope your move has gone as well as possible. I hate moving so bad I've lived in the same house since 1984. Speaking of the 80s, ha, I saw your remember Whenesday. I not only remember skorts, a local woman wore a skort when called for jury duty in the 1980s and the Judge charged her with contempt of court or something like that. She was a local mom with a part time job and her skort was much longer than the one pictured and looked more like a skirt. She argued that she was wearing what she wore to work, to volunteer at her kids school, etc. but the Judge wasn't having any of it. It made the local paper and anytime I see or hear of skorts I think of that. Funny memory.

Rambling Woods said...

it is always harder to clean small spaces..Michelle

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: I hope you fill that wonderlust really soon.

Karen said...

Is that a new rug in the living room too?

Quiet Paths said...

Brrr, I think you are wise to wait. It's hard to paint when it is cold outside, even when it is warm inside.

A human kind of human said...

When my kids were small, Hubby got us a caravan (SA for RV) although of course it was a lot smaller than yours. I hated camping in it because it was very difficult for me with 3 small children. However, now that I see you preparing for living in your RV again, I am wondering if a caravan for us at this stage would not be a good idea. I really think I would enjoy it now. Any caravans going cheap somewhere?

Good luck for your winter in your RV. Please keep us posted!

Carol said...

I just realized I missed your post about moving out of he little house. So you were just staying long enough to remodel your RV? I was afraid you'd get housebound and we'd have no more great travels to follow.

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