When we were still working and had a house, all we had was an over-the-air TV antenna. We worked long hours and when we weren’t working we wanted to be outside, so having a TV service didn’t “pay” for us. Since we’ve been traveling for almost two years in our truck camper, we rarely even turn on the TV to see if we can get a channel through the over-the-air TV antenna.
All that has changed with our friend James who is camp hosting with us this summer in Oregon. He has satellite TV service and offered to loan us a receiver and share his signal. So—we now have access to hundreds of options and our first show we tuned in was Tiny Houses. After watching three back-to-back episodes (is that binging?), I tell Glenn that they look sooooo small. Nicely he helps remind me that we live in a smaller space than most of the featured models …a whopping 136 sq ft for us.
That was my duh moment. We are really doing fine in our small space and have been in lots of different places and situations and so far haven’t missed anything. Ten or twenty years ago we would have been considered hobos and now this RV travel lifestyle is becoming chic with retiring seniors and younger families.