Jen’s Journal – April 3, 2020

Day 279: Bokeelia, FL Sunny and warm. RV was meant to record where we have been and our impressions of these places, and to inform our family and friends where we are. Also, to give some insight into what it is like to only live in a small RV for about a year. Part... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – April 1, 2020

Day 277: Bokeelia, FL Windy and warm. We did not get any rain last night. April fool? The weather changed, however, and it became windy and almost cool. It’s very pleasant here today. I took a long walk and noticed some lawn workers are cutting down these bunches of fruit from the palm trees. Tom... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – March 31, 2020

Day 276: Bokeelia, FL Sunny and hot. I was sick of the rain when we were in the Deep South. Here in south Florida we haven’t seen rain in the entire month of March. A shower tonight is possible. Grocery DeliveryWe received our delivery via Shipt. Megan, the Shipt shopper, also delivered the food. While... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – March 30, 2020

Day 275: Bokeelia, FL Sunny and hot. We joined Shipt and are having groceries delivered tomorrow, hopefully. The last time we were grocery shopping was March 20. We should have loaded up more then. We will clean off the produce well and let the dry goods sit for three days to kill any germs on... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – March 26, 2020

Day 271: Bokeelia, FL Sunny and hot. Arvi ChecklistWe developed a rhyming checklist to help us remember everything that needs to be done before we drive Arvi down the road. It’s pretty easy to leave a cabinet undone, or something on the ground when we pull away from the site: Windows and latches Switches and... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – March 17, 2020

Day 262: Bokeelia, FL Sunny and hot. We went to Fort Myers to visit Pat and Judy for Saint Patrick’s Day. Pat and Judy picked up some cinnamon rolls and some pecan rolls, which may have been better than the “best cinnamon buns in the galaxy” that we had in Canada back in July. Seriously,... Continue Reading →

Our Louisiana-Mississippi Trip Path

Once we crossed into Louisiana one of the first things we did was stop for seafood lunch at Steamboat Bill's. We had gumbo and étouffée and were introduced to boudin (pronounced boo-DAN). That was the beginning of a tastebud odyssey. We didn't cook much campfood while in Lousianna or Mississippi. Eating the local fare was... Continue Reading →

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