We've been busy moving from house to RV. The HouseBuyer sent a Home Inspector to the house yesterday: I'm assuming that went OK. We are to close on June 1st. Interesting living in a campground, actually haven't spent the night there yet because we don't want to sleep away from the goats and poultry.
Once we get the animals to the barn, then we'll sleep at the campground until we get setup at the barn for the RV. The campground is fairly close to the barn. The owners say the retired Floridian's will start showing up in May.
Around our jobs, Mike has been working at the old barn and I have been organizing at the RV. The RV has tons of storage which is nice. I'm juggling thoughts of gravel, electricity, septic, water, cable. etc. The barn has electricity and water so hoping to tie in there. The weather just won't cooperate though to get much labor done, snow forecasted.
Four loads of gravel is $880, everything costs so much. The gravel road and the barn need much gravel during this mud season. AND we goat owners know, the goats do not want to get their feet wet or dirty.
Can't wait to drive over and see Cahoot, our little red buckling. The breeder is out of state this Easter week and said we could pay a visit upon their return.
Read the lastest issue of Mary Jane's Farm and she said, "The recession is capitalism's way of getting you to plant a garden."