A Year on the Road
Good afternoon from Hemet, California, where the skies are blue, there's snow on the surrounding mountains, the temperature is mid 70's, and our Verizon service is not what it should be. One of a handful of times where when we should have good service, we don't. I had planned on uploading some recent photos taken in Tucson and Joshua Tree National Park along with this, but that would only be an exercise in frustration.
Today, January 6th, marks our one year anniversary on the road. We left Saint Andrews Episcopal Church this day (Epiphany) last year shortly after Reverend Tommie Lee Watkins blessed Miranda and many of our friends gave us a great send off.
Suffice it to say, for now, our life on the road is nothing short of great. We continue to find amazing places and people along the way and we look forward to what 2020 brings us.
We're in our 35th state, California, and plan to spend much of our winter wandering around the Golden State. As weather permits, we'll begin to move ever so slowly northward, hopefully, landing in Washington in Spring as the tulips are in bloom in the Skagit Valley. January and much of February will be in California.
Watch this space.
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Steven and Melanie