RV park with trees and gnomes

This little park near Denton features beautiful shade trees and miniature residents. I wonder what they’re saying about us?

One last roll in the grass

Chip asks “can we take the yard with us?”

1st morning in our new house

Today is our first official morning of saying “We live here now.” This is home; the sticks and bricks place is work, for a little longer.

EP 8 – Open Houseses!

This video is going to be light on talking and heavy on text popping up.  Not as much fun as pop up video (how old are you?) but in the ballpark.  I was running out of time and it takes a lot to get these put together.

We had two open house weekends, one at Hidden Cove Park for some relatives that couldn’t make the main weekend and a second week at Hickory Creek for everyone else.

Several friends had encouraged us to have a going away party but getting the house packed and ready for selling, getting Fay ready for travel, getting our toad (more details in the next post) and so on meant no energy for planning and executing a party.  Plus the house is a virtual wreck and we’re running low on dishes and chairs since we’re downsizing furiously.

So, open houseses seemed like the best compromise.

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Without further ado, here’s a snapshot of the last two weeks.

Mentioned in the video, Chito’s Mexican restaurant (taco truck)

Dancing office

The dance room is now our office. It’s not nearly as much fun, but it does represent progress in moving out.

Wine monkey!

He’ll keep the wine safe and not drink too much while we’re driving.

Fay’s first full feeding!

I know. Silly but this is the first time we’ve been able to fill her all the way.

EP 7 – She’s Ours!

What does that mean?  Watch to see.

Something I didn’t mention in the video is that before we let all the tools go, I made one last thing for Susan.  A yarn stand out of Bubinga.

Teen Delinquents Foiled by Midnight Curfew

…and you won’t mind telling us everything, unless you have something to hide. Straight from the 1950s, when high school kids learned how to go along to get along.

EP 6 – Latest Updates

We had our first outing in the bus and some excitement with a series of unexpected repairs and good (cold!) times at the lake.