This is just one of the many reasons I love living in a RV. All of these photos were taken less than a mile from where we are currently sleeping.
This photo is from yesterday, taken from my cell phone (Kudos to Samsung! The Note 5 takes amazing photos)!
Today, for the first time since we’ve been in Kingman – my real camera came out to play (all the photos below are from my camera).
The scenery we experience while we walk our dog is gorgeous.
There was just something about this tree that caught my attention.
This photo below is similar to the one above from my phone, but this one was taken with my camera. I was comparing… Again, this is just a few steps away from our home on wheels…
I wanted the Mesas in the background for this shot, but that didn’t quite happen. Oh well.
Another try for a selfie with a cool background. Nope, didn’t work. That’s okay.
Home Sweet Home. And back to my point at the start of this post. No matter how lousy I am feeling, by living in a RV I get to see a little something different – even with just the simple task of walking our dog. Home is always close, and so is adventure, even a mild one if that’s all I’m up for (which sadly, thanks to Gastroparesis, is usually the case). But by living the way we do now, I’m never house-bound, even when I am!
I love our home. It’s the best one we’ve ever had!
This is what we get for trying to avoid too much rain. This is the view from my window today.
It’s not too bad actually, it’s just that it’s been raining for several days and we have about five more days to go before we get our Arizona sunshine back again.
As a quick catch-up for readers, we left Grover Beach, California early. Though it’s a pretty place in pictures and sounded like a good place to be, it isn’t. Cold, damp wind does not do this body any good. I got sick while we were there and felt awful pretty much the whole time we were there. As soon as we were a few hours away from the coast I began to feel better. Low humidity is awesome. I’ll take dry skin and hair over body aches any day of the week!
Though we’ve been in Kingman, Arizona for a bit, we have not checked out the area or done much but catch up on an overly long list of to-do items, and for me, rest and recuperate. I had a bit of a health crisis recently with my condition (Gastroparesis) and so I’m just focused on healing and resting. We will have time to explore later. In fact, I’m almost grateful for the rain, as it feels like my job is to just relax, read, and watch TV. The only real downside to rain is muddy paws (not mine, Frodo’s).
That’s pretty much it for our update! Time has a way of melting away when you’re not feeling well.
My camera came out to play today. This is my new favorite photo of Dave…
And as I’ve mentioned in the past, I like to attempt selfies – which isn’t that easy with a traditional camera. Less so with a wiggly dog in my lap.
But sometimes the shots turn out to be priceless. I love our cozy living room lighting (then again, I love our cozy van)!