My Home away from Home

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

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This morning I was hungry for a good breakfast,  so fixed me up two scrambled eggs, four pieces of bacon and a half  grapefruit.  Washed it all down with milk and orange juice.  I think breakfast is my favorite and dinner is my least favorite.   I many times have a late lunch and eat no dinner at all, as I did last night, so I am ready for breakfast.

This morning I had a special errand to run.  I went to the Ajo Post Office in the mall and sent a Christmas package to Dolly.  Supposed to arrive on Friday.

It turned out to be a very nice day, but I didn’t feel like hiking or going someplace in the jeep, so I thought I would show those who have not seen the inside of my home,

I live in a 2003 class C 30 foot Holiday Rambler, model Atlantis.  It has two slides and runs on a V10 engine and a Ford E450 chassis.

Coming in the door you see the kitchen and sofa.  The kitchen and sofa are on a slide that slides out to make it roomier between the kitchen and sofa and the dining table.image

Across from the sofa is the dining table and my computer room.

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I have an old bread spread covering the captain seats upfront as my privacy screen.  I find this is much easier than putting up the screen that goes around the windows and windshield.  I use the upfront area as a storage room.  Out of sight; out of mind.

In the hallway, on the left is the fridge and shower and on the right is the bathroom.

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Bringing up the rear is my nice double bed.  It also is on a slide, giving room to walk around the bed.  Didn’t get in the photo, but on the wall at the end of the bed I have drawers and a closet to put all my clothes.

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That, my friends is my home away from home.  I find it very roomy and comfortable to live in.  And I also have the whole outdoors to play in, because I can move to better weather when I need to.

In fact, tomorrow it calls for rain here, so this might be my time to move on.  I have already used up 12 days of my 14 day limit for this BLM land.  Let you know tomorrow night where I end up.

I hear a Cactus Wren, whistling off in the distance saying goodnight.image

See you later.

2 comments:

  1. Just checked the radar for your area and it looks like the rain is moving on out,,,,,Also their is a nice BLM area about 2 miles south of WHY, you may like...

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  2. Thank you. Decided to move on over to Yuma area today. May catch the Why BLM on the way back east.

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