"The Arctic Fox is an incredibly hardy animal that can survive frigid Arctic temperatures as low as -58° F (-50C). Arctic Foxes have beautiful white, blue-gray coats that act as a very effective winter camouflage. The natural hues allow the fox to blend into any landscape."
"big hole" is for the sofa bed slide out. By the way reservations
for that sofa bed have been submitted for a multitude of dates
so they will need to be chosen by the "lottery" due to the huge number of requests.
4-season trailer built. We look forward to testing it's ruggedness in those off the grid "hidey-holes" or in harsh and extreme weather. Although we prefer fair weather conditions, we are confident we will be snug as a bug if Mother Nature chooses to offer us a test.
But in the meantime, we must wait until Northwood Manufacturing finishes our rig with our chosen interior color scheme and upgraded options. Once the trailer is out of production, the manufacturer will complete a thorough Pre-Delivery Inspectionn (PDI) prior to shipment to our dealer. Once our dealer takes possession of the trailer, they complete their own final PDI and then install the additional after market options that we requested. Until that day, we will enjoy the holidays with family.
Now readers...after looking at this small sampling of photos, would you be able to find the space for everything you need for a minimum of 6 months of full time travel living? It is not easy to change a lifetime of formed behaviors, in fact very hard to do, especially when you include egos and desires whispering deep within your mind..."you will need me, pleaseeeee take me". Fortunately we've had great mentors to help us along the way and look forward to meeting others out there who will no doubt teach us even more. Fellow Nomads, based on all your experience, we would love to see your most most important suggestions or tips toward long-term RV living by responding in the comment Section at the end of this post.
P.S. Since the very first time I had the opportunity to experience living full time on the road, my mantra has been...Simplify, Prioritize and Downsize. Heck, the less I have, the less I have to dust. And over the years when I became WE, Imkelina had the same mindset. And for those that know us...we do walk our talk!
uncomplicated and happy your life can become."
At Waypoint 35°33'03.60"N 121°05'11.40"W…holding pattern.