This was the most interesting camp spot. Swipe left & read on to find out why. .
We arrived at this camp spot near the crater lake late in the afternoon and noticed a family sitting around a fire...straight away they waved, inviting us for a cup of çay. Even though we were tired and knew the ensuing conversation would be stinted and awkward we parked up and walked over to say hello. We ended up staying with this lovely Turkish family for a couple hours. We shared food, drank tea and tried to have conversations 😀 by end of the night we showed the family around our little home and eventually said our good byes. James and I were both exhilarated...feeling like we spent time with the family which we miss so much being on the road. It just showed us again that we are all one human race, one family.
Anyone else as excited about payday as I am? Half because food is soooo nice to have and eat, and half because I freaken love stuffing my envelopes and moving money around like a ‘mad-finantist’ (finance/scientist, patent pending...) Where are my budgetters at? ✨
Are you cash envelopes or strictly plastic? Spreadsheets? What’s your system? (& is it working for you?) Mines in the comments 🌿
When I asked my uncle whether it would be possible for me to cut all of the vinyl floor tiles by hand to lay a herringbone design down he said ‘it’s possible but you’d be mad to do it’ 🙃.
I’d like to give a shout out to all the van converters out there who I’ve seen do some pretty crazy stuff to add amazing style to their vans... 🙌🏼.
Seeing posts like that on instagram is what inspires me to push myself further (and spend three days laying a floor) to make my #mobilehome 🚐.
That five seconds after sweeping and tidying where the house was close to clean.
The sweeping around here newcer seems enough. What cleaning chore is your biggest battle?
We laugh because we don’t even farm but keeping the hay under control is the truest struggle of farmland life. Ha! #mycamperchristmas