Thursday, August 26, 2010

Greetings Followers

We were surprised when we noticed we had 32 followers. We didn't think anyone really read our blog. We don't really have anything interesting to post yet. At this point we are just keeping a journal of our efforts to prepare for our big move. All humdrum stuff!

We are ecstatic to know there are fellow bloggers out there that are following our journey. We promise that our post will get much more interesting in the near future.

As you can see by our list of interesting blogs, we follow a lot of fellow RV bloggers. Reading those blogs has really educated us to what our RV future might entail. We have also made some new friends along the way. We have had a lot questions answered and at times, have received much needed encouragement.

We see our fellow RV bloggers as expedition leaders. As they post about their RV life-style and their exploring, they are providing us with very useful information. Reading your posts has been the best education for us. We have read about great places to stay, sights to see, workamping, technical advice, the list goes on and on. We can only hope that one day our postings will inspire and educate as well.

Even though we are not on the road yet, we sense we are a part of a great community. We would like to say “Howdy” to all our followers and “Thanks” to all the bloggers we follow.


  1. well it looks like the two of you and us are on similar paths except you already have your future home and we are still looking... live about 175 miles south of you ta boot...

  2. Greetings to you too. Now, hurry up and get The Show on the Road. Ha Ha.

  3. This is a great community!! We haven't been moving as much as we had planned so we also find it very humbling to have folks read about our journey in this lifestyle.

    Mike & Gerri (happytrails)

  4. Well, howdy right back at you! Lately, I've only had time to read blogs, and not make many comments. Tonight, I'm prioritizing :)


  5. I'm amazed at how many folks I run into started reading my blog back in 2006 when I first thought about going RVing. Fast forward 4 years and they are still reading, albeit a revised blog since I married. Many love reading what all goes into our thoughts once we first think about going RVing, so keep it up!

  6. I think it's really interesting all the different ways you can go at this fulltiming business, but still have so much in common with so many folks. :)

  7. You'll find with a blog you will have a lot of followers but not so many people who speak up and say anything. A lot of lurkers, which is just fine. Some people like to keep to themselves. Best wishes on preparing for your new and refreshing lifestyle change! =) We'll be following along with you.