Experience Teaches – Steve Learns Well – Necessity is the Father of Invention – And Steve Is a Master of Quick Fixes –

 

Steve invents movable displays by bolting his wheel barrels to leveling boards. The man is a genius. I declare!

Steve invents movable displays by bolting his wheel barrels to leveling boards. The man is a genius. I declare!

When a plan is in place, as time passes, the next step becomes obvious. Our plan is to live the RV lifestyle, but the steps to arrive at our destiny are numerous. We now live in a large home; we will live in a tiny home. This will be our second but maybe not our last yard sale. With experience behind him Steve recognizes some of the pitfalls that hindered success last time, and he is working on avoiding them. Tables that must move at the end of the day will have wheels, for instance. It’s all about preparation and organization.

Liquidating 2 Liquidating 3 Liquidating 5   Liquidating 6Our new lawn chair for our RV patio - I'm playing RV until we have one.

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This is my lawn chair for our RV patio – (I’m playing RV.) We will sit in our new chairs at the sale, too. Yee Ha! I see the day coming!

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About Carol Ann Hoel

The new me - Carol Ann. More suitably said, the old me in new circumstances of life. Again. My history has developed in parts and chapters. In person, I am Wife, Mom, Grandma, Author, and Writer, in that order, more or less. Life is good because God is good.
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6 Responses to Experience Teaches – Steve Learns Well – Necessity is the Father of Invention – And Steve Is a Master of Quick Fixes –

  1. pattisj says:

    I hope your yard sale goes well!

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  2. janemwoodman says:

    We did this for two and a half years. It was extremely good for us to get rid of so much that weighed us down. However, after the first two years, we found we missed singing and growing our own food too much to continue. Fortunately, having done it got us away from one part of the country and settled into a new part where we are much happier to stay.

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    • We believe we will like the RV life, but I’m sure everyone that embarks on such a journey does, also. Yet many change their minds. We have an exit strategy in case we don’t like it after we try it out. I’m glad to hear that you are happier at the end of your two-and-a-half-year experiment. Blessings to you, Jane…

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  3. Patricia says:

    Yard sales are a lot of work for those having them but great for those looking for bargains. I think it wouls be lovely to live in a tiny place. My condo is not large but bigger than I need or really want, but I think it is home until…whatever comes next. 🙂

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    • I’ve lived in some tiny places in my lifetime. There are pros and cons to living in small spaces. Our place is very large by my standard (tiny), and I think a place just large enough for one’s needs is probably best. Your condo seems lovely from what you have shared about it on your blog. Blessings to you, Patricia…

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