But the original attempt S. T. U. N. K.
I decided I must have lost my mojo for video projects and I was about to scrap it all and go back to the drawing board. In frustration I just started randomly editing and dragging clips around, hoping a Phoenix might rise from the digital ashes, or at least a nice pheasant. I dropped in some music and watched my rough cut and decided it was kind of fun, but it still did not really help with the question, “What is it really like to be a full-time RV family?” I simply do not possess the creative genius to portray all that in a video that would not rival "The Lord of The Rings" trilogy for length. What would work far better would be to combine a three-part blog post with a little GoPro footage.
To that end, our next three posts will be an effort to answer Jeff’s original questions and hopefully help anyone else who might be considering full-timing. We will show you around an average campground and the work involved in getting packed up to go or settled in at a new site. A long time ago (like early January) we promised you a tour of our personal rolling Richter event, the Bob T. I finally got that done. I did not even spend any time cleaning it up inside, since I wanted you to see an accurate picture of daily life. I strive for excellence like that.