Time for another one of my ‘semi-regular’ updates on my plans for this fall and winter, as several people have asked. I’ll keep this short and sweet so you all can get caught up and then back to enjoying these last few days of summer. As always, my plans are written in jello and subject to change – that’s just the nature of full-time RVing!
First, (and this is a guarantee), the IO YouTube channel goes live on September 14th, my five year nomadiversary! On that day I’ll post the link and more details, but in short I’m quite excited to finally have a dedicated video space.
Second, (and also pretty much a guarantee barring some catastrophic event), I’m working the beet harvest this year instead of CamperForce. I’ll be at the Drayton, ND site from September 26 to mid October. And of course I’ll be doing an informational blog post about the experience, for those of you who are interested in trying it yourselves.
Third, I’ve been dropping hints for years on the blog about changing rigs, and I bring it up again now because that time is drawing nearer and I want to reduce the shock when I finally make the announcement.
Fourth, I’ll probably be going back to the desert southwest again this winter. We’ll see how things pan out.
I hope you all have great things in store for the rest of the year!
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