Moving back to Williams Monday or Tuesday. I'm just waiting for a break in the wind since I don't like driving The Beast in windy conditions. (The Beast is my home, which is a 27-foot 1989 Class C motorhome.)
I'm really a bit heartbroken about leaving my unbelievably sweet and pretty Colorado riverbank RV spot here in Needles. I'll miss the new friends I've made in the 6 months I've been down here: kayakers, hikers and RVers. I made reservations to set up in the same spot in the fall, starting November 1. I'm not looking forward to the cold May weather on the Coconino Plateau, but I have to go back to work, and that's where my job is. And, it does get very hot here, very soon, and I have no A/C. Still, I'm feeling sad. The RV people here even threw me a going away party last night!
I have a super sweet deal on rent in Williams, $100 a month to park my rig. And I'll be working mostly part-time, per my request. So, I should have a lot of time for fun stuff "up on the mountain." I am going to dust off my backpacking gear, for one thing.
- View from my RV
There is a point of no return unremarked at the time in most lives. Graham Greene The Comedians
A clean house is a sign of a misspent life.