We spend quite a bit of time here in Apache Junction. We are close to three lakes which means Jim can go fishing whenever the weather and the crowds allow. I get a chance to read and think about all the things that I should get done. We are close to my sister and my aunt. The weather is generally really nice. However - - -
I would like to be on the move a lot more than we are. That’s just my gypsy nature. But since Jim has to do all the driving (I know, I know, I need to learn how to drive this thing), he likes to sit still for longer periods of time. This is known as compromise.
This seems to be the major issue that we have had to work through since we started our full time lifestyle in January of 2009. Spending 24/7 together (except when he’s fishing) hasn’t been a problem for us. I totally enjoy his company. Learning to live in a very small space hasn’t been an issue. Agreeing on where to go next – no problem.
But how long we’re going to stay in one place, we’ve reached a tentative agreement. I will stay still as long as I can stand it and when I say enough, Jim is willing to go somewhere else for awhile. I do try to find places where he can fish though.
So what compromises have you worked out in your RVing lifestyle?