Reading and taking it all in still. We are so early in the process I don't have a ton to add/offer right now. Just running through ideas. But love this thread and learning from you all. Thank you!
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4/18/10 at 3:57pm
So I've been thinking and thinking. I'm trying to figure out if there is anything at all you stockpile. I know that RV living is not conducive to this, but even in my head I'm having a hard time letting go of that way of living. I don't mean like 1 years worth of food. I'm talking about canned goods, or toothpaste or anything. I'm used to having staples in my pantry sort of thing. And I imagine I will have to get used to not having any stockpile of anything and therefore running out and therefore having to shop all.the.time. Which doesn't sound very appealing to me. Of course, we'll do what we have to do. Although we drink Almond milk and I will have prob. a whole tub below the RV I'm guessing. I'm not going to assume that I can get that just anywhere and I don't want to run out. Then whereever we go that I can buy some I'll stock up. Anyone drink anything other than milk and have a problem with it?
And I know we've talked about kitchen stuff before, but does this sound like way too much: Blender, Juicer, coffee pot and toaster? It sounds like too much to me. I'm guessing the toaster won't be necessary with a convection oven/microwave.
Anyhow, just as a personal update; our plans are moving foward rapidly. Debt is being paid off at a speedy pace (which is primary for this plan to happen). I'm already starting to get rid of things in the house. We are thinking and talking and planning and doing a little bit everyday to make this happen. We have decided the house goes up for sale in October. And I think dh's brother is going to keep our 2nd car, so that when we land we still have two paid off cars. That makes us very happy!