Thursday, November 28, 2019

Giving Thanks to My Green Goddess Tiny Camper

Next week, the first week of December, I might go camping again, since temperatures are forecast to be in the 27-45 degree range. Definitely camping weather! Today is Thanksgiving, though, and I'm taking a moment to be thankful for everything good that my wife and I have gained from our tiny trailer camping experiences.

This means I must acknowledge not only our wonderful times in our camper, but also acknowledge the wonderful connections that have been made either on the road or online through people met because of this blog. What better way to identify what to be thankful for than through photos?

First of all, I am thankful for those moments of solitude and silence where the spiritual connections of the world become clear. (Lacey Keosauqua State Park)

For moments with my wife when we just enjoy some restful time together. (Sugema Campground)

All the wonderful tiny trailer owners I have met, especially those at the RTTC Gathering at Huntington Beach State Park, SC. (Brookgreen Gardens, near HBSP)

Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers, who put a new roof on the Green Goddess when she got bashed by a falling tree limb.

The Travelogues that I was able to write due to the gracious support of the tiny trailer owners. (Grand Falls Gorge, Canada)

Tiny trailer owners who provided all the information for my Owner Profiles articles. (Banff National Park, Canada)

A Happy Thanksgiving to all.

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