Weekly Wanderings #1 – Borrego Springs

Last Friday, January 15th was the official start of Project Escape, our year long adventure to escape corporate America; the expensive and crowded state of California; and reorient our life a bit. January 1 would have been a much cooler date to start, but with our Thanksgiving trip to France (to explain to my mother-in-law what the hell we would be doing the next year); an unexpected return trip … [Read more...]

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Inside our RV Sneak Peek

Mr. Misadventures promises that once we get better light (it has been overcast and raining the last couple of days) that he will take professional photos of the interior of the RV.  In the meantime, I have taken a few shots with my iPhone, enough to allow a sneak peek and give you a "design" update. We purchased a Tiffin Phaeton Class A Motorhome, our interior floor plan model is a 40 AH (as in … [Read more...]

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Rest Stops, Ignition Keys and Slideouts

I promise I will come up with more original titles going forward, or hire my friend Katie of Domestiphobia who always writes killer, pull-you-right-in headlines! As I mentioned in my ‘Visiting the WeightMaster’ post, we had a very harrowing unplanned second trip from San Francisco to Phoenix. When we left San Francisco the first time we definitely did not plan to return, at least for a … [Read more...]

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Visiting the WeightMaster

After moving our remaining household goods to the Phoenix area for storage (reason 1, the cost was 1/3 what we paid in California for double the space and reason 2, my parents live here and can keep an eye on it while we are on the road the next year) we spent the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas unpacking boxes and packing up the cargo area and interior of our RV. We loaded up the … [Read more...]

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Misadventures in Being an RV Newbie

It has been just a little over a month that we have owned our new "home." And a month since we picked up our life and drove to Phoenix and while we are still prepping for our first trip in January there are a few things I've learned, four to be exact! Your sales guy is probably not a good driving instructor. We had the world’s best sales guy. I mean the best. He was cool, zen, provided no … [Read more...]

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Intermission (Project Escape)

I believe life is a book. I guess that is why have always loved the quote from St. Augustine: "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." Our lives are a series of chapters, one after the next. Some very distinct with beginnings and endings. Others have more vague or fluid transitions. Books are often turned into movies. Before when long books were made into … [Read more...]

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