So much to be thankful for . . .

Happy Thanksgiving!

Best wishes to you wherever you are . . . from rvsue and her canine crew!

rvsue

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23 Responses to So much to be thankful for . . .

  1. cathieok says:

    Look at that happy smile! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your crew! (hehe, I’m a poet and didn’t know it)

  2. Royce Fine says:

    And all the best to you and the crew. Happy Holidays.

  3. Donna K says:

    That’s a wonderful photo…shows just how happy you all are. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and don’t forget to toss a bite to the crew lol!

  4. ThatCase says:

    Bet you never considered that sharing your happiness would affect that of so many others … thanks. You do it well …

  5. Pauline says:

    What a wonderful picture!!!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you, my dear sister. I love you

  6. Ernest Smith says:

    “Who is That Lovely Lady behind those Foster Grants?” That Photo tells your Tale…………I AM HAPPY………I CAN DO THIS…….THANK GOD I LIVE IN THE FREE USA!!!!!!!!

  7. butterbean carpenter says:

    Howdy Sue & crew,
    AND A HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY TO Y’ALL!!!! I see you have a Al B. & Indiana Jones hat;
    looks good!!! Thank you, for the BIG SMILE and all of the great pics… Having a wanderer taking us around sure saves a lot of $$$ and that ain’t corn$$$ !!!!! See if you can find some rain-
    dancers and send them to Texas, PLEASE!!! All good thoughts & blessings coming your way
    for a really happy and enjoyable time in Mew Nexico… Come by if you head this way…

  8. Barbara Goodman says:

    Sue and Crew I’m new !!
    Love your picture, it shines a whole new light to the happiness this thing called wandering is, your smile tells it all !
    Have a Very Happy Thanksgiving,
    Woofs n Paws ( me, my 3 dogs n cat)

  9. Geri says:

    Great picture !!! I love it !!! Bring the crew over…. kitchen now full of Thanksgiving smells! Each furkid gets his/her own plate! Hahaha! I am so glad you are living the life you have dreamed of !!
    We all have a lot to be thankful for this year, gas prices are down, no war on home soil, plenty of friends to go around and sweet dogs who love us unconditionally! Life is good!

  10. Lorogirl says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Sue, Bridget and Spike! Thanks for letting me get a peek of what the possibilities are for me in a few years, I enjoy your blog so very much!

  11. Kathryn says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Susan!!! I was going to call you today. I was thinking about you! You look GREAT!! Who took your picture? Your fur babies are so precious. Love the 3 of you. I am off tomorrow if you have the time…LOL you can call me too. K

  12. kayjulia says:

    Wishing for you to have many more blessings in the coming year 😀

  13. BeckyIO says:

    Not only do you full-time in a Casita, but you take your dogs with you? That’s awesome. 🙂 The three of you look so happy in this photo. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

  14. Reine says:

    Glad you had a great Thanksgiving. We did too. And looks like you had perfect weather. Dreams really DO come true.

  15. Betty says:

    I am so very proud and happy for you! Enjoy and to God be the glory!
    Betty

  16. Maribeth says:

    I have just read your entire blog. I have really enjoyed your story and will keep reading regularly now. My husband and I can’t quite part with the homestead, and since we have always worked for small companies we do not have pensions to help us financially to make full timing a reality for us. We just purchased a used Class C and will be weekend camping in 2012. Hubby is retiring and will take care of the homestead during the week so I will be able to take off on Friday night and not worry about getting the weekend chores done. We live in New Mexico and all the posts you have made have been great as we will be going to many of those places. Have a wonderful journey. Thanks for sharing.

    • Geri says:

      We don’t have pensions either Maribeth, that is why Chuck and I workamp! We workamp this summer near Zion National park, 20 hours weekly pays for our FHU and anything over 20 hours is $8.50 per hour. Check out http://www.workampers.com !

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Welcome to my blog, Maribeth! My hat’s off to you . . . You read the entire blog? Now that’s perseverance!

      I faced a choice: Live in my house and go nowhere, or sell the house, buy a trailer, and go wherever! It was an easy choice for me.

      • We have thought long and hard about it. We just can not sell our house. It is not the “things” we have a problem leaving behind. We are both concerned that should one or both become ill we would not want to be in an RV during that time. Our house is paid for, so I could arrange for a caretaker until we ever needed it in the future, but the prospect of me not having any health insurance for 10 more years scares us a bit, plus the reduction in my income would be so substantial it is hard. We are going to weekend camp all next year March-September and we will be better equipped to make a decision. I will start my blog on a regular basis next March, but may post some holiday stuff before then it is tripswithtwo.com/blog.

        • cathieok says:

          Maribeth, I quickly looked at your blog and it looks very interesting and well put together. I love the little hiker symbol and the pictures of your hike. Would love to see more of this and will have to figure out how I can do this. I would love to follow your blog but did not see any place to “join”.

  17. Rod says:

    Blessings be with you always! You are lucky to be able to enjoy your life so much!
    Cheers and well wishes from a wanna-be camper.

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