Mar 8, 2019

Identifying wildflowers, dealing with skin cancer,
an Academy Award documentary and more…

Pressed wildflowers on journal page.

Pressing Wildflowers
Photo by What’s Outside Our Door

This week has been full of the after-effects of SKIN CANCER surgery! Go here to read my story and why you should always wear a hat. 🧢

Here are 8 things worth sharing about full-time RVing this week.

1. Trending: The Academy Awards are over, but did you know this documentary won an Oscar about Alex Honnold who climbed El Capitan without the use of any equipment? You can stream it here on Netflix.

2. CelebratingNational Women’s Day! 👭

3. Experiencing: 🥶 The coldest weather since we’ve started this adventure 3 years ago. We’ve been going through an average of a tank per week. In January we went through eight!

4. Watching: Believe it or not, we’re watching America’s Got Talent on Hulu. It’s really entertaining, and I love the heartfelt stories. 🧡

5. ReadingHitchUpandGo.com RV Blogs Directory. If you’re looking for fellow RVers to follow, this is a great place to start. 

6. Walking: Haven’t been walking lately (see above), but did you know about this little-known group perfect for exploring new areas?

7. Eating: Jackfruit BBQ Sandwiches. What the heck is a jackfruit?

8. Learning: Been out attempting to identify the 🌸 wildflowers. Some are easy. Others require research. This beautiful field book written by a Native American woman from Texas is my trusted guide. 

What’s Outside Your Door this Week? 

 


I took a test once; they said I was a genius.
—Alex Honnold, 33-year-old American rock climber 

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