December 2017; Monthly Report

Monthly Report; December 2017

Imagining:

We spent December in Tucson Arizona, in a friendly, funky RV park. Here we did some long overdue maintenance on the truck and trailer and planned out our travels for 2018. It’s going to be a busy year. We’ll store our trailer in the RV park and go to Mexico from mid-January through Mid-March, first taking care of some business in Chihuahua before flying to Baja California to snorkel and kayak with the whales in the Sea of Cortez. We’ll fly back to visit family in New Jersey before returning to Tucson to pick up our truck and trailer and start migrating northward through Utah, eastern Oregon and summer along Puget Sound in Washington State.

Traveling:

Traveling? In December we didn’t. We parked the trailer in a RV park outside of Tucson and stayed local; hiking in Saguaro National Park, visiting the Pima Air & Space Museum, overnighting to the touristy old-west towns of Tombstone and Bisbee, mountain biking through the desert, and celebrating Christmas and New Years with our new-found friends in the RV park.

Discovering:

As 2017 ended we realized we still love traveling, but we also miss having a home base to travel from. So, in 2018, while we’re traveling, we’ll also be investigating some areas we’ve seen where we might buy some land to establish a home base. St George Utah and Anacortes Washington top the list, but we’ll be investigating New Mexico and even Baja California Mexico as well. 2018 is going to be a busy year.

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