Our RV Life Journey,  Our Story

Romantic RV Life

I’ll just say it…

Looking back at the last 28 months of our RV nomadic journey has been…𝙍𝙊𝙈𝘼𝙉𝙏𝙄𝘾.

A friend stopped by and brought us some delicious food and used that very word to describe our journey. 𝙍𝙊𝙈𝘼𝙉𝙏𝙄𝘾. In the beginning it didn’t feel very romantic, I’ll tell you that much. However, there’s just something about being cramped that makes you feel cozy. That coziness allowed us to communicate better, make plans better, understand each other’s concerns better, and support each other’s struggles better.

Is RV Life (or tiny living) for everyone?

No probably not, but I would be remiss if I didn’t recommend it. For some couples it might just be the ticket back to where you started in your relationship. You know…where it was new, exciting, and constantly wanting to be with each other. Maybe for others it might be the last stitch effort to stay together. Maybe some would see it as a chance to explore a new relationship in many different places & experiences before deciding to plant roots.

Whatever the case may be…

This has been a blessing to our lives. Every up and every down, we did it step by step together. Did we have our moments? Yep, many of them, but each moment brought us closer than we could have imagined. People often refer to love stories that happened at the beginning of a relationship, but I can wholeheartedly tell you that our story was good in the beginning, but RV Life has made it great.

Not only do we get to share our love with Eleanor…

We’ll also be celebrating our 10 year wedding anniversary (3/26/2021) in our RV too! We got married on the 26th of March in 2011. Time undoubtedly flies. One minute you are saying your “I Do’s” and the next you’re putting together a baby’s nursery in a RV. Happens that quick. Lol.

“The best romance is inside marriage; the finest love stories come after the wedding, not before”. —Irving Stone

What’s your love story?

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