One of the things Lee keeps telling me is that just when you think you have a plan, everything changes. And that’s exactly what happened with our great plan to park our RV, Ursula, at the RV park near our office, and allow her to provide an income stream for us. It was a good plan. We are still grateful to Larry for providing the opportunity.
However, practically the day after we got her settled in, Lee got a call from his nephew, Chris, who has just gotten some new oil field work in west Texas. He wanted to bring his wife with him, so they needed an RV to stay in that was more “home-like.” They offered to buy Ursula, which would provide a somewhat larger income stream. Even Larry said we couldn’t pass up that deal!
So, on Wednesday, Chris and Kathleen showed up, emptied our stuff out of the RV (we hadn’t managed to do that yet), and took her off on a new adventure. Chris still has to do a bit of work to get her completely road-worthy, but since he’s perhaps the most gifted mechanical genius we’ve ever met, we’re pretty sure she will be up and running in no time.
Sorry there are no photos of this big move, since it happened while I was peeling potatoes for Thanksgiving. But, we do have a picture of something we retrieved, which is a lovely pastel picture of a shotgun shack surrounded by bluebonnets that we found in one of the houses we renovated. Guess I’ll be getting that framed.
And I couldn’t resist sharing this photo of three Hermit Women in their Thanksgiving attire. Gobble! It was Anita’s one-year anniversary in Texas with us, so we had lots to celebrate.
Who knows what the NEXT adventure will bring? Not me. But we’re ready for it!