I’m thinking we have too many places to manage online information about our journey. Check out our Instagram feed to stay up to date with our journey instead of this blog.
We’ve been real intentional about making time for our “lasts” in this house. One of our favorite things to do in the Spring is celebrate Easter with traditional Easter egg decorating and hunting. This is our last year doing it this house and it’s the only Easter egg hunting Remy has ever known! So, we took our time and enjoyed the time with each other yesterday as we decorated eggs for the last time in this house. This morning we got up and got out into the front yard to explore the various spots that the Easter bunny placed our eggs. It was fun, somewhat bittersweet, but we’re too excited and focused on the next steps to worry too much
We have been able to sell our Eagle to make room for our Cyclone. Another bittersweet day for the Fugeres. We had amazing memories in our Eagle, but I know @freetowanderlust will enjoy and love it as much as we did!
We accepted an offer on our house Wednesday and we’ll be blowing this joint at the end of April. It’s bittersweet because our kiddos have grown up here. We also have a great neighborhood of people around us so it will definitely be hard to say goodbye. We’re so excited to begin our adventure, but we’ll savor our remaining weeks in this house and neighborhood. ☺️
We found our dream camper! It is a 2017 Heartland Cyclone 4200. After a few weeks of getting everything together to make the purchase, we have taken delivery! Over the course of the last three years, as we began to explore this dream of going full-time RV, we investigated all of the possible options for what type / model of camper in which we could see ourselves living. Many full-time families out there have paved the path to showing folks how to convert the garage of a toy hauler to a wonderful living space. We loved that. The 4200 adds a side patio to the mix and provides what we feel would be a great space for us. Check out