So I introduced myself yesterday and got many kind greetings from fellow steemers...thanks again to all of you...and I would like to start with a flashback to when we got rid of our house and decided to live on the road.
We bought a vintage "viscount royal"
and started a 6 months renovation
We grabbed the opportunity to include this project in our daughters homeschooling
After 6 months and a couple of days she was finally ready
We were tired and worn down....but so happy that our new home was finally done......we had it double checked by a caravan mechanic and started emptying out the house and load up the van.
We slept in the van on the front lawn of our previous house the night we handed in the keys.
Then the morning came and we were all so stoked to finally take off.
Half an hour into our first trip ......
We got stuck behind a truck going 70...and overtaken by a big double rig doing a solid 110...and got sucked right into it......managed to miss the rest of the surrounding traffic...and thank God we all walked away without a scratch.
But then there we were on the side of the freeway on a 40 degree day....next to us our new home.....on it's side.
Such a weird moment when you look at your keyring with no more keys on it.
I will be posting more here about our trip since because we didn't quit.....
But I wanted to start of by showing the honest ugly bits about this way of living before you think that it's all just paradise beaches and rainforests