Now that we have “vacation mode” out of of our system, (hopefully) our plan is to stay in most locations for 3 weeks. Moving Day is a long hard day. We are loving our life on the road, but moving takes a lot of work and preparation. Here is what a typical Moving Day looks like for us.
Get up and get going…. on moving day we usually have a pretty basic breakfast. Cereal, Eggos or protein shakes and quick showers.
Trinas and I usually work on the inside of the RV. Secure the closet and shower doors, bring in the awnings, pack up the computers and bedrooms, bring down the antenna, pack lunch and stock the outside fridge with snacks and drinks, empty the trash cans, store bunk ladders, secure televisions, sweep living room, and start moving all the stuff we store in the garage into the main cabin of the RV so the boys can pull in the RZR and bikes.
Brady and the boys clean up outside. Pack all the outdoor gear into the RZR for storage, sweep, fold and pack the outdoor rug, and sweep off the slides. They empty the holding tanks, put away all hoses, load and secure the bikes and rzr in the garage and secure the outside ladder.
Once all of that is done I bring in the slides and the kids load up in the truck.
Brady and I hook up the truck, unhook from the power box and head down the road to out next destination.
Drive 3-4 hours.
Checkin at RV park or campground.
Repeat above process in reverse, but add levee thel RV.
Start making dinner and explore our new “yard.”