Wednesday, March 02, 2011

RV life

9AM - RV life
We on the TiogaRV Team wonder a lot about our vagabonding life versus people who live in stick homes?  We often ask stick home people if they are happy and content to be in once place all the time?  The answer from stick home people is a resounding, "Yes!  We love staying in one place!"

Everybody on the TiogaRV Team agrees that stick home people are certainly living with less anxiety than us RVing vagabonds.  Knowing all about the place where you are living is very calming.  The routines that are established for stick home people can be wonderful.  Tending a garden, for example.

We on the TiogaRV Team have tried staying one place.  Recently we did that in Aticama for two months.  Isn't staying in one place while living in an RV the best of both worlds?  How did that work for us?  The answer turned out to be, "Not enough excitement!"

Now comes the question that every RVing vagabond must face, sooner or late!  When should vagabonding stop and staying put start?  We do not know the answer to that question.  However, we suspect that when the time to stop searching for adventure arrives for us, it will be abundantly apparent.

1PM - Camping again in Puerto Vallarta
During the late morning, we drove to the WalMart here in Puerto Vallarta.  This WalMart is across the highway from where all the monster cruise ships tie up.  It took a long time to go thru this giant WalMart.  By the time we got finished shopping, it was already 1PM.

We had a Team Meeting and decided to camp here in Puerto Vallarta again.  We are on the same dirt road as last nite, but closer to the bay.  It's quiet here because we are close to the end of the road and no traffic goes by MsTioga.



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