Newbies from Montana
So excited to be here. We, George and I, purchased our very first TT, 26 Jay Flight RLS, in early fall. We took her out right away through out fall and had a wonderful time. Since then we have read a lot of the full time blogs and we got the bug to go on the road too. So that's what we did and jumped right on in.
My husband works in the computer industry and works from home, home being where ever we are and having internet access of course. We did a lot of planning, routes, RV parks vs. possible boondocking sites, how many miles one should drive between each stop and last but not least how will traveling with a new Black Lab puppy, named Wyatt, be for us with all the new things we need to learn.
My husband took time off for the beginning of the trip so he can ease into the new work situation as well as enjoy the beginning of our trip. We left during a snow storm, I know, probably not the smartest thing to do, being new and all. After some very white knuckle moments we made it to our first stop in one piece.
Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, WA. A beautiful, inactive, army base on Admiralty Inlet at the corner of Puget Sound and Straight of Juan de Fuca. This is our third day out and so far so good. A little rain, but hey, winter time at the beach can be just as fun.
Nice to meet you all,
A Slice of Life