So we did it – we were snowbirds from Dec 15 through March 15th. We lived in approx 300 square feet of space, with two adults, 3 large dogs and one small cat. Talk about Tiny House Living!!!! But we had a good time, we moved around a bit. During our travels we spent 2 weeks in Georgia, 2 months in two different places in Florida and about a week in the Carolina’s on the way home.
On the way down we spent two nights in Morristown, TN where I got to see my cousin that I hadn’t seen in at least 25 years. She loved my dogs and helped me walk them while we got the camper set up and then we all went to dinner! 🙂
We had a great campsite there in TN but it was raining the whole time so we didn’t spend much time outside.
We moved on after just two days to Georgia where we spent 11 days and had Christmas in the park with my mom and dad who were working and living there in their RV. It was a bit strange having Christmas in the camper but I still had my decorations – this was my tree. It reminds me of my grandmother and I painted it myself. 🙂
On January 1st we moved into a campsite that was a bit more crowded but was at a resort and had lots of amenities!
We spent all of January and February at two different resorts in Florida. We found the town/city where we’d like to live once our house in NY sells. We visited the VA in Tampa and got to check out their emergency room (not fun) and emergency dental as well! We visited with family and friends. We saw manatees, we went to Busch Gardens twice (flamingo encounter), we went to a spring training game, the dogs played in the dog park, we enjoyed sunsets over the bay, I swam, I played bingo, I LOVED it! 🙂
And after three long months I was very ready to leave the crowded camper behind:
And while I really miss the cheap gas in the south I am enjoying the space I have in my spacious home in NY. Can’t wait to have a spacious home in FL instead.
And my husband? He is ready to be a true Floridian. This is him wearing long underwear and jeans, a shirt, sweatshirt and winter coat at Busch Gardens. The outside temperature that day was 65. Yep if it’s below 70 he’s freezing – he will fit right in with the natives. 🙂
So this was my winter in a nutshell! Of course since we left NY it was the mildest winter in decades and they never had a single snowstorm that required plowing or shoveling the entire time we were gone.