Here are the questions:
What changes must be made to drive an RV from the curb to the gate and into the backyard?
Must we trim or move our organ pipe cactus (we think this is its name)? Should we move the yucca?
We already know that the RV cannot follow the curves of our river bottom stone path. Steve says he must drive straight up from the curb to the gate ignoring the curves in the path. Will RV wheels destroy the path? Will changes in the backyard have to be made to store an RV?
Purchasing an RV and a truck is a future plan, at least a year away. Installation of flooring is ongoing. Landscape upkeep and development is a never-ending project. Steve envisions a complete new face on the front yard. Yes. Many changes, and he is already working hard on turning his ideas into reality.
Working simultaneously on huge undertakings doesn’t deter Steve at all. I stand in awe of his ambitious approach to life and intend to encourage him in accomplishing all his desires, even if it delays our ultimate goal, engaging in a traveling lifestyle. We have a plan, and we will work the plan, knowing that enjoying the journey is as important as reaching the goal.
Steve is certainly not afraid to tackle anything, is he? Blessings on your future plans.
Thank you. Steve likes adventure for sure. We are spending lots of time investigating. Right now we are reading everything we can find to help us know what to expect before we start out. It’s complicated. It scares me a little, but Steve is not scared. He is getting ready! Blessings to you, Patti…
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