It was another of those days where I made a last moment change of plans on the way to Silver City. Not only would I pick up some supplies, as usual, but I could also do my laundry, even though my dirty clothes bag wasn’t crammed full yet. Oooo, and since laundry would keep me in town until lunch, I could get a carnitas burrito (with lots of guac and salsa verde) at Fidencio’s!
This is one of the advantages of living in a vehicle. I didn’t have to go back “home” for my laundry. It was right in the back—along with everything else I own. If lived in a travel trailer that I had set up and was now out and about in the tow vehicle, or if I lived in a large RV and I was now driving the tow’d, I wouldn’t have my laundry with me unless I had planned it. I’m too impulsive for, ick, planning. But I do plan to keep living the vehicle dweller life.
It is more fun getting laundry dirty than getting it clean.ReplyDelete
And you can make the grocery store your first stop because you can immediately put away your groceries!ReplyDelete
That's especially true with things that need to be refrigerated.Delete
My motorhome has just as many clothes as my house..Really the same everything, food-drinks-bedding. Turn keys and go!ReplyDelete