|Sara Lane in Ogden, Utah. |
I may or may not have been lost when this photo was taken.
Last night I had a very interesting dream. I'm not going to be making this dream a reality but I think somebody should!
I had a tattoo of the US outline on my back and made an appointment in every state I visited to get the tattoo of said state filled in by an artist there. In the dream I finally got North Dakota filled in at, wait for it, 72 years old!
Here are a few more of your RVing questions answered!
What do you do about going to the bathroom and taking showers?
We have a toilet and shower/tub in here. Ryan is a little tall for the shower so he always walks down and takes his showers at the ones provided by the park, but I just use the shower in our own bathroom. I was also able to fit in the bathtub cross-legged until my belly started to get too big.
What are your favorite and least favorite things about living in a trailer?
My favorite things are the ability to so easily pack up and go, and the low costs that allow us to travel more.
My least favorite things are the heat/cold and how cheaply so many things in here are made! It's hard to keep pipes thawed and the inside of our little home warm when the high is always lower than 32! The electricity and propane required to heat this place up can get a little pricey, but definitely not as pricey as it got in our two bedroom condo in Prescott!
How do you manage while pregnant?
I just do!
This would probably be a little harder if we'd just moved into here, but I'm used to it... and trust me, if you'd lived in the Winnebago for any span of time you'd find this place to be a luxury too.
I don't think there's really anything I could do in a "real" home that I can't do in here, with the small exception of the bathtub.