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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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Monday, October 25, 2010

Settling in

01 View of small truck, camper, car, little house, truck & 5th-wheel Yarnell AZ pano (800x227)

Mike and I spent yesterday cleaning and rearranging the little house. This time we’re moving in together. And we both have too much stuff for such a small place.

02 Living & bed room in little house Yarnell AZ (800x587)

That meant I wanted the computer desk by the only window you can see out when sitting down. The view is great once the slide in camper is back on the truck and not in front of the window.

03 Living room & kitchen in little house Yarnell AZ (800x590)

So we had to adjust things a little by moving the furniture in this one room house (OK, there’s a bathroom).

04 Mike leveling 5th-wheel Yarnell AZ (800x600)

Plus Mike got the 5th-wheel parked, leveled and hooked up. A real treat for me not having to do that alone. I sure love the way he spoils me.

05 Gaelyn's bookshelves in little house Yarnell AZ (800x600)

We’ve been slowly moving some things out of the 5th-wheel/closet.

06 New coat rack made by Mike in little house Yarnell AZ (800x517)

Mike made a coat rack

It won’t ALL fit in the little house, but I’ll be working some more things in here and there.

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19 comments:

Firefly said...

The little house looks a lot different fron what it looked like in the link. You will have to live between the 5th wheel and the little house.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I know the feeling of living in a small place and trying to fit it all in. Having lived in a large house in SA the shock of moving to the UK was large! Our first house was 3 bedrooms, but then we ended up in the smallest two up two down ever. Nigel calls it the rabbit hutch! We still have unpacked boxes from SA which are slowly being moved across to France each trip I make. Everything so far in France I have taken over in the back of my car, including the king-size bed which comes to pieces.

Love your little house and you still have the 5th wheel for the overload! Diane

Bibi said...

I envy you this little house. I would be quite happy there and I have learned how to make the best of each centimeter...er...inch. Great place!!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are making the house your home.

haphazardlife said...

Sometimes I wish I lived in a teeny tiny house where I could only keep what's essential and get rid of all the crap.

Quiet Paths said...

Nice and cozy, I'd say. It is always fun to do some rearranging and clearing out.

blog with no name said...

I could live in a cardboard box if it meant that I could wake up and see your face every morning! Thank you for creating a home out of our little house! I LOVE YOU!!!

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

It's the best kind of challenge to have, isn't it? Making room for love? You guys just make me glow with happiness with each and every post - think I'm not alone in that feeling either! Happy Happy!

Sylvia K said...

I'm just so happy for both of you! And it is fun to watch you "making room for love" and it definitely makes me smile -- you're both so very deserving and I think it's wonderful! Have a great week, Gaelyn and Mike!

Sylvia

lyn said...

Wow, Gaelyn, it is little, but after living in the RV all season on the NR, it probably feels BIG! If you ever head down to Tucson (especially in Feb during Gem Show!), make sure to contact me, I'd love to see you!

Arija said...

The winter is not such a bad prospect when you have someone to share it with. I am so glad you get spoiled Gaelyn!

Elaine said...

Always a challenge to merge two sets of stuff into one, especially when you have a small area to do it in. You'll probably be readjusting things for a while, but it is well worth doing when you get to share space with someone you love.

Barb said...

Glad you're home safely. It's looking cozy.

Sally in WA said...

You deserve to be spoiled. Home is where the heart is, be it in a one-roomer or fifth wheel. :)

Karen said...

I am sure you guys will fit in everything you really need. Love does find a way. That little house is really cute.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

That looks lovely Gaelyn!! I am sure that as time goes by things will sort themselves out.

Jo said...

Oh it looks homely and comfy, Gaelyn. I'm glad you have Mike to do the heavy work for you. I also love the coat rack - vdery original! Have a great day. Blessings and (((hugs))) Jo

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

6 whole months off. Yippee. I need to catch up, what are your plans? Anything with travel out of the country. You know at Ikea they have small spaces that include a kitchen, bath, living room and bed. It works.

Janie said...

The little house is looking very cozy.

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