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Tear Drop Campers

I’ve spoke, blogged, and thought about this … when I retire, which will be right around when my kids are done with college, I want to sell everything I own and live as minimally as possible.  I’ve talked about buying an RV and traveling around the country.  Spending a week here, a month there, time with friends, time with family, time alone meeting strangers and seeing all this country has to offer.

I’ve also talked about the tiny house movement.  Little, itty bitty houses that are as small as 80-100 square feet in size.

Well, why not combine the two … tear drop campers.  I think I could do this.  So, I wouldn’t have a place to make pizza.  I think I could adjust to that.

Time to add to my bucket list … again.

4 responses to “Tear Drop Campers

  1. Theryn May 28, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    Why not do it now? I don’t mean quit your job, etc. Just, why not use some of your vacation time to go on a camping/road trip? (You can rent a camper–or sleep in a tent, if you really want to be adventurous.) Even if it was just for a week, you would be doing it, not just talking about it. You could call it a writing retreat 🙂 Have you read Travels with Charley?

    • kingmidget May 28, 2012 at 6:17 pm

      That’s a very real possibility. My writing retreat to Oaxaca this summer didn’t happen … the woman who runs it decided last year was her last year. I didn’t get accepted to Bread Loaf in Connecticut (shocked!). So, now, it’s time for plan C. I’m thinking renting a little camper and hitting the road for a week just might be the ticket.

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