After ten weeks on the road we feel like we have our “trailer legs” under us now! No, I don’t let the kids ride in the trailer while we drive, but sometime when we’re parked in high winds you almost get the sense of being on a boat at sea. Setting up is second nature now and can be done in 20min on a good level spot. Thankfully towing has not been as much of an adjustment as I expected, I kind of forget the trailer is back there, at least until another Semi passes us! All we need to park is access to an electrical outlet and water spigot, and once a week a place to dump our tanks. Even running the furnace like we have in sub freezing temps only requires a propane refill every two weeks. One lesson we have learned though is to avoid single lane bridges! As crowded or loud as it can sometimes get, more than anything we feel extremely privileged to have our home always with us.
I'm blessed to be married to my beautiful wife and best friend, Sarah. God has graciously given us six wonderful children, Hannah, Will, Drew (who is already promoted to heaven), Kara, Sam and little Laura.