Things I Learned The First Week Living In A Camper…

In No Particular Order:

1.) I sleep way better in a “camping” setting then indoors.

2.) It is important to secure rain protection prior to rain. (Especially if you are living in all dirt surroundings.) For those of you who didn’t know Rain + Dirt = Mud.

3.) Bowies like to waller in dirt especially when Dirt + Rain = Mud.

4.) Living in a camper does not make clocking in to the 9 to 5 any easier, only harder.

5.) It is important to secure a pooping location. Never bank on the porti john next door.

6.) Look before you grab! Black Widows and Fire Ants are everywhere!

7.) Going without a shower for three days while working the 9 to 5 is not as fun as it is on trail.

8.) Taking a bath out of a sink is not as easy as an adult as it was when you were a kid.

9.) When you fart in a 5×8 converted cargo camper everyone smells it.

10.) Sitting outside every night to eat, talk, and write this in my lawn chair, is way better than sitting in front of a tv on the couch any day.

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(The Big Reveal and Full Tour Of Our Camper Will Be Happening Soon On Darwin’s YouTube Channel, Stay Tuned!)

Things To Expect In Up Coming Blog Posts/Website Posts And Recent Other Doings:

Still loving my Macabi Outdoor Travel Skirt! It is working great for camper life! Very Functional and Stain Resistant! For more info check out the review!

Macabi Outdoor Travel Skirt Review

Most Recent Book Review: The Stranger In The Woods

Check Out Our Etsy Store TravelandTrail – Full of Fun Travel Finds!

Some Of My Favorite Old Posts:

A Turtle With Leg Hairs

3/19/15 The Awful Day

Troublesome Travels With The Girls

Brown Blazen

My First Backpacking Trip

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