First Camper Tour

Over the weekend I took a little trip to Albertville, Alabama to look at a camper I’d seen online.  Not every day is a good day.  And while this wasn’t necessarily a bad day , it wasn’t the best. First off I was kind of sad because I was going alone.  Most days I’m all #girlpower […]

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Narrowing It Down

*Fingers Crossed*  It’s getting close to time for me to make a final decision on a camper so I can get this whole plan started!! For the most part I’m super excited, but I also still have occasional moments of near panic with varying versions of “I’m not going to be able to afford this.What am […]

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Almost, Not Quite, Nearly, Possibly Close to the End

You remember how last week I said everything was done on my end in the process to get this loan?  Yeah.  That was so cute of me. Because no. So after the “last” step of the 94 step process they have added three more.  Over the weekend there was one more form to sign.  Ok, […]

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Progress Makes Perfect

As of yesterday I think everything has been done on my end that will make this whole home renovation/camper process happen.  I am so excited!! I will say…this is something I’ve been talking about for at least 3 or 4 years now.  (I’m the world’s worst procrastinator, by the way.)  Truthfully, when I went to […]

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Doing Something Different

Photo Credit: Tim Gouw For a few years now I’ve been interested in the world of travel trailers and 5th wheels.  I first noticed this new trend of restoring vintage campers and of course fell in love with the idea.  My heart lives for travel, so this interest naturally evolved into an interest in purchasing my […]

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5 Perks of Traveling Solo

Typically when I tell someone about a trip I recently went on by myself, I get this kind of surprised reaction that’s somewhere between concern and admiration.  Most will ask a few questions and, more times than not, make a comment about how they couldn’t do anything like that or they wish they could be […]

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Solo Travel for the Single Girl

I’m one of those people born with a wandering spirit.  I often find myself glancing longingly at the interstate ramp when I’ve been homebound too long.  I love the ‘wind in my hair’ feeling of getting out on the road and seeing places I’ve never seen before. For years I waited until I had someone […]

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