I opened the door today to get some packages that other campers made sure to deliver to our door today. As I did, a group across the field shouted WE MISS YOU ALEX!!!!! we’re still quarantining for COVID, so we haven’t seen anyone all week.
Community is fundamentally why we started picking two seasonal spots, and I’m so here for this moment. It’s nice to be loved.
Parked the camper about 1/3rd of the way to DC from our summer home in Vermont. Didn’t even bother disconnecting it from the truck. We’ve got places to go!
I do feel bad for this campground though. We’ve done this three times to this same one. It’s just in the right spot for a late night layover on the way to DC (and more importantly, the Outer Banks 😅)
We set up a shed on our seasonal lot in Vermont, and I’m so happy with the results. This post talks a bit about how we built the shed, and the platform it’s built on.
Woke up this morning preparing to drive to Vermont, and remembered that we did not make this drive in one go before. It’s 720 miles (!). Our highest mileage is 620. Guess we’re stopping in Poughkeepsie. It only cost 27 bucks though, thanks to the crazy amount of KOA rewards we’ve accumulated this year 😅.
We removed the dinette that was here, a and put in an inexpensive desk and chair combo for my office, much like what we did in our winter rig. I'll probably end up replacing the chair soon, but the desk is pretty good.
A monitor, stand, and a few other things are coming this week, which will make this a lot more comfortable. Either way, this is already a big step up from sitting at the dinette in the travel camper!
Welp, we just bought a third camper. It will remain on our seasonal lot in Vermont. It's a 2014, 32' with a slide. It will be a better fit for the summer months when we are not traveling so much.
We now have a big summer camper in VT, a huge Winter camper in TX, and a small travel camper for the shoulder seasons when we tend to do most of our travel.
Blog post with a detailed breakdown coming soon!