Now the best part of fulltime RVing is that we will have the time and flexibility to change our plans whenever we need/want to. The following is just a loose plan for the year with two concrete stops.
It's starting to feel a little bit more real when I made our first campground reservations today, so our new lifestyle of living on the road has its first planned campground stops. Really was very exciting! We still hope to head out in summer, but if the ranch doesn't sell, then these first plans will simply become vacations rather than "stops along the road". Our only concrete plans are to head from Placerville (just East of Sacramento) to Seattle, WA where we will stay at Dash Point State Park near Tacoma. We will be picking up my sister who will fly in for the reunion on the 4th of July week. After a few days there we will all head to our intended destination, the Rest-a-While RV Park near Hoodsport, WA where we are meeting friends for a family reunion.
If our place does sell, then we'll head from Washington, east to South Dakota in August where we will finalize our change of address and get our new drivers licenses. I'll add more about how we did our Change of Domicile later. If it does not sell, then we'll do this part later on.
From South Dakota we have reservations for our second rally in September in Indiana with RV-Dreams (hopefully with our new rig)!
After that, I have ideas of where I'd like to be: Upstate NY where we use to live to visit friends, Vermont/New Hampshire for change of fall colors, Virginia where my husband is from to visit our nieces baby, and then down to the Florida Keys for Christmas! Ever hear the song "Toes in the water, toes in the sand" by the Zac Brown band? That'll be our new Christmas song! We hope to fly the kids down to Florida to join us for our first Christmas on the road, but that's just too far ahead to know for sure.
And 2015, maybe head back west along the gulf states :-) Oh the planner in me loves this part!! I just LOVE maps! Finding those special out-of-the way places and boondocking are what we love. Anyway, back to today's reality :-)