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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Two More Sleeps

Yep, only two more and it’s a good thing—I don’t think my poor body can tolerate going up and down those motorhome steps too many more times!!  And the motorhome is full—no more room!  I even transferred most of the refrigerator and freezer stuff this afternoon.

We loaded the jeep--

IMG_5373Michael spent the morning washing the jeep, car and truck.  As you can see the jeep went in the trailer—both the truck and car fit in the garage. 

There was a 30% chance of rain and snow this afternoon and wouldn’t you know it—we got it.  Our nice dry ground for loading stuff is now another sea of mud.  Michael got antsy and took the motorhome down the steep driveway hill to park it in front of the shed closer to the county road.  He was just too worried we might get more snow than forecasted making it iffy getting the motorhome down that driveway.

This afternoon we drove up to Robyn and Claire’s to drop off a key—they are some of our army of caretakers.  It was good to visit with them for a while and they will be missed!  We will miss all our friends and family but are excited about this new adventure we are undertaking.  Keeps life interesting!

  IMG_5374He’s keeping a close eye on us—he just about ran completely over the hill before I snapped the photo—a mule deer.

IMG_5372Storm clouds brewing!


  1. gorgeous pics Janna...and the excitement safe !!

  2. great photo of the 'neighbour'! are going to miss all the wild life!

  3. As Sue says, you're gonna miss those views. Safe travels as you make your way south. Looking forward to your postings of your new adventure.

  4. "excited about this new adventure we are undertaking" For many of us, I think it is those 'new adventures' that is the key. Big decision, big travels:))

  5. What a great shot of the deer! I know what you mean about loading loading loading.... and then wondering about what else did I forget?

    Karen and Steve
    (Old Blog Name) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard
    (New Blog Name) RVing: This Country Is Our Big Backyard

  6. Hope you manage to get out before the snow flies. Great shot of the mule deer - perfect!

  7. I will miss your beautiful photos. I imagine you will too---I just found your blog a few months ago, and I've enjoyed it so much. Have a safe journey to your new adventure. Hope the weather holds back a bit until you get on the main roads. Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Nice photos Janna.

    I sense the anticipation as you approach departure day. I concur with your thought about how changes like you are soon to experience 'keeps life interesting'.


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