Summer is in full bloom here at 8,500 feet and we are loving it! But the other day, we had the talk.
Notice how workamping or getting a seasonal job didn’t come into the conversation.
We might consider caretaking if the right gig in Texas came along, but long ago we concluded after my last failed attempt to work for The Man that seasonal work was more emotional trauma than it was worth, and even the best workamping job would take us away from that which we do best. So forget those ideas.
Winter 2011/2012: Now What?
The only thing we know for sure is that we don’t want to stay here as late as we did last year, when the snow was so deep we couldn’t find the trailer.
Originally we had grand plans of making another East Coast loop, but it looks like that idea’s getting shelved until our income is up and we can justify the expense.
East Coast RVing will drive low-budget snowbirds into the poorhouse.
For us, the West is the Best, and that is where we shall fly. Onward to the free boondocking lands of New Mexico, Arizona, California and then, finally, to our long-awaited return to all points east, west, south and north Texas (which isn’t all that cheap, but it sure is fun!).
So now our question is, What are YOU doing this winter?