Going south was cold this year! But it was still much warmer than being home. Many of the campgrounds had frozen water pipes (even close to the Mexican border) and we had to be careful to have our water tank full and keep the 5th wheel well heated. Things didn’t get nice and warm until we got to Tucson. And then cooled off again when we headed north to Meteor Crater, where we got snowed on. We did find warmth again as we returned to Texas, however, where we ended our trip with lots of sand, water and sunshine.
We were able to discover so many wonderful places on this adventure, which was fantastic for me because I suffer from wanderlust. But in retrospect, we traveled too many miles in too little time which eventually became exhausting. In the future, I hope to go slower and explore areas even more thoroughly.
It was awesome, however, to meet up with so much family and so many friends! I hope that continues for the duration of our traveling years. I love this lifestyle!
3 thoughts on “Reflections of our Winter 2017 – 2018 Adventure”
You sure do cover a lot of ground, and I’m so happy we got to spend time and share a meal. We are just the opposite; we like to spend the full 14 days almost everywhere we go.
We always enjoy spending time with you two! Hope you can do it more. We will slow down … after our Alaska trip, I hope!
You sure do cover a lot of ground, and I’m so happy we were able to spend time and share a meal with you. We are just the opposite; we like to spend the full 14 days almost everywhere we go.