We have been on the road now about a year and a half. And the adventure has just begun. Selling the house and nearly everything that we owned was difficult. Leaving our friends and family behind was too. But I have to tell you that we have absolutely no regrets.
Life on the road is everything we thought it would be.
We often are asked how we can support ourselves on the road and I have to say that fortunately for us, we are able to handle most of our bills with income from my websites.
However, we do need a buffer. And that is where KOA has come in. We are doing seasonal work at various campgrounds in order to supplement our income while we see the country.
Last week we left Circle Pines KOA in Williams, AZ and I have to say that it was a sad farewell. We not only loved this surprisingly beautiful area of the country, but made a bunch of new friends in the process that we definitely will miss.
And we absolutely loved working for Bruce and Lori. They made campground work an adventure.
Our cool shady spot underneath the tall pines is now just a memory. I would have loved to stay through the winter, but our coach does not love cold weather. So it is onto to warmer regions.
We are currently at Lake Havasu for a brief vacation and then moving onto our winter job in Tucson, AZ.
But as I like to do, I’ve created a video of our memories from this beautiful campground on the high plains of Arizona.
Next week as a final chapter, I will be posting the top 10 Things to do in Williams, AZ.
Want more videos?
If you would like to see a bit about the parts of the country that we have visited so far, you can see our other videos here:
Our Season working at the St. Petersburg KOA
A Compilation Video of our Summer at Bar Harbor!
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