From the bloggers at Fulltime Families.
I wish I could put my finger on exactly what drew me to the opportunity.
I know for certain it wasn’t my first impression that we should pack up and drag our family and our stuff from the bottom of the lower 48 to the absolute top.
When I first saw the post on Fulltime Families Facebook group, I remember skimming past it with not so much as a second glance.
We were parked in Lazydays KOA in Tucson and we had just wrapped up the 2014 Roadschool Convention, literally 24 hours prior. After a whirlwind of 4 days of sharing curriculum choices, seminars, discussion panels, and square dancing like a cowgirl with 300 full time rving (present and future) friends, making other people’s beds and cleaning public toilets was the absolute last thing on my radar.
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