Back in Bell@!

Full-Time Travels

Seven days ago we had the opportunity to retrieve Bell@, our 2021 T@B 400 from the nüCamp Service Center in Sugarcreek, Ohio where she’s been since October 7th. Back in May she was seriously damaged by two falling trees but still watertight and capable of travel until nüCamp could accommodate her into their schedule. During the repair we did get some photos of the process of replacing the roof and sidewall. It was and extensive operation. But now we’re back home in our camper. We’d needed to remove everything from the camper for the repair so we’re still in the process of settling back into what is now our full-time home. After picking her up late Friday afternoon we started moving our possessions out of their temporary storage back into the trailer but didn’t move ourselves back quite yet. Saturday night we slept in our own bed for the first time in a long time. It was wonderful! As we continue to get everything back in place and add a few more niceties, it’s feeling more and more like home. And that’s good, for this is our home for the foreseeable future. It’s our bedroom in the driveway enabling us to do longer visits with family, our Escape Pod when winter weather in our new home state gets frigid and messy, and our passport to new and exciting places. Life is an Adventure! Come along for the ride. If you haven’t already, we invite you to subscribe by scrolling to the very bottom of this page and entering your email address so you get alerted every time we do a new blog post. And that’s all you’ll get, no ads, no solicitations, just photos and stories of our life as we travel and adventure here and there.

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4 Comments

  1. David and Susanne Haseman

    Please accept our heart-felt congratulations on the start of your journey, having closed the door on the unpleasant events of last spring. We hope you have a warm and Wonder Full holiday season with the promise of a Happy New Year.

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    • Steve & Karen

      Thanks! We truly appreciate your friendship. We’re sincerely hoping for a visit with you two this Spring.

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  2. Joyce Vann

    Glad your all repaired and ready to hit the road. Did you add any additional upgrades? We hope to see you all as you travel. We have a 30 amp plug. You are welcome to Moochdock with us. Joyce.

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    • Steve & Karen

      Thanks! Yes, we did include an upgrade. Our propane disconnect is now on the passenger side and far easier to access. Let’s compare notes on travel plans to see where we might intersect!

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