We have been off the road in a long planned for derailment to initiate the finality of our move from the Napa Valley to the Triangle area of North Carolina. The remains of our household belongings, (we sold most of our furniture and boxes of household stuff before we hit the road), held in Napa storage have been delivered and mostly unpacked into our new home. We are not finished with our RV life just yet, though. More on that in a bit. We are very enthused about our new home and surroundings. In just the few weeks we've been here, we have discovered much to our delight. Cathy can pursue her athletic challenge of open water swimming at Jordan Lake, just minutes away. The UNC golf course is 12 miles and is a beauty. 2 miles away is a true Napolitano style pizzeria. I mean, how much better can life be?
We are here for family and we like the part of the country they chose. One of the things attractive here are the plentiful woodlands, They are such that it is stylish for home builders to nestle homes within. Here's a picture from our back window.
In another week, we will bid an already sentimental farewell to this new home and resume our journey northward. We will have coastal stops in Virginia, New Jersey and Connecticut and then wind our way up to Maine for our summer. We will then slowly wander back to North Carolina and put a for sale sign on Vilia. Amazing for us to think we have done nearly two years of full time roaming in an RV.
It continues to be a life experience journey. We are enthused to resume it and, now, so comfortable with where we will be at the journey's end.