on the road

on the road

It’s been a cold winter holed up in the camper, so I seized the opportunity over the past couple of gorgeous spring days to pour some love and individuality in to our home and studio. This front door glass panel is a work in progress, along with so much else. Making an RV ones home is a process. It’s like having a boat and there’s always going to be something to tend to. I’m really starting to enjoy it more and more and now, I spend a lot less time worrying about what IF something is going to break down…leak…fall off…catch on fire. Now, I see the maintenance of our home as a garden. A place to nurture color, functionality and sustainability.

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