Slowly plodding our way back into Phoenix with our gasket on it’s last leg, we pulled up to the post office around 11:30. If you are ever on the road, using General Delivery is the way to go. All you have to do is find the main post office in town, have your mail address to you at the address in care of, “General Delivery.” The post office will hold your mail for up to 30 days.
I feel at home, but in a very different way than I ever have. It is harder to live on the road than it is to live in a home, no doubt. Somehow though, living this way is ever so fulfilling. Like I’ve earned my hot shower, the warm food, the California King bed, even the cross breeze through the windows.
We have reveled in mountain top night shoots, hung a hammock in the middle of a snowy forest, smoked at the Great Sand Dunes, dipped our toes into numerous hot springs and met new and interesting folks along the way. Crazy to think that the adventure wasn’t even halfway over.
In short, there is no other RV quite like our Vanabus. We didn’t even truly start considering #vanlife as a real option for us until we discovered that they existed. It’s been over 3,000 miles, and of course it hasn’t been perfect, but it’s been one awesome ride.
new curtains were made, the bed was fixed, solar power was put on the roof, the radiator was flushed, the shower was figured out, she was washed and shined up and we were finally ready to roll. The best part? We did it all ourselves.