The three of us — my wife, Toby the Puppy and yours truly — are enjoying one of the peculiarly fascinating aspects of retirement as my wife and I have defined it.
We have moved to the the third RV park in Amarillo since we vacated our former home in October 2017.
Our two-week sojourn downstate was yet another glorious trek through Texas, where we saw family and friends — and, oh yes, resolved a mechanical difficulty at the front end of that trip.
Then we returned to Amarillo. We moved from one end of the sprawling to the extreme other end. From east to west.
We intend to stay at our current location for a month, maybe two. After that? Well, I’m not entirely sure.
We also located a place in North Texas where we would like to resettle. I’ll have more on that at the appropriate time.
For now, I am delighted to share with you that this mobility mode — hauling our current home to a new site — is all that it’s cracked up to be. One of the joys of this retirement journey so far has been to tell those who ask that our “home” is attached to the hitch in the bed of our pickup.
That keeps us mobile, nimble, ready for whatever else awaits.