Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Asking Questions

Well, it seems that yesterday I had a need to know about the next piece of my RV journey. I was reading a blog post from Glenn at To Simplify and learned that one of the many folks he's talked to about fulltiming had taken the plunge, apparently in large part due to Glenn and his RVing experiences.

After reading the post, I felt a strong nudge to email Glenn and ask him a question that had been niggling at me for a while without resolution in my mind: Do I want to bother with a toad? So, I asked Glenn if he missed having a smaller vehicle to roam around in. I've got a car I could potentially tow behind a small motorhome. I do like the convenience and gas mileage of the small car, but I also like the simplicity of a small motorhome without having to tow.

Glenn's input helped me decide (thanks, Glenn!). Today I have felt a tremendous sense of relief at having that resolved and a surge of energy around releasing stuff as a way of moving toward actually getting on the road full time. And my mind has been working overtime on ways to do it -- what to bring, where I'd boondock here in New England, what I'd put into storage, what I can sell, etc.

Asking questions of those who have gone ahead on a particular part of the path is one of my favorite ways to learn -- and decide.

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