Let me catch you up (with pictures)

We got to Colorado without the trailer, cuz it was getting worked on. We have a love hate relationship with work, but I mean is manageable.


Plus this place is gorgeous!!!


Okay so then we went back to Utah, and we finally made our engagement official!

Then our truck broke down and my parents had to come rescue us and we got to haul our trailer back with a dodge durango, and now we are back in Colorado.



Photo Challenge: Wanderlust

via Photo Challenge: Wanderlust


Okay so not the best picture ever but of course I had to write about this photo prompt and I couldn’t pick a photo so I just went with my most recent one. But I think it fits perfect, I took it as I drove and it’s just nothing but highway and clouds and the possibilities could be endless.

What can I say about wanderlust… basically I am trying to live life around that concept! Workamping lets you choose a destination and go. You get to live there for as long as the job lets you, or as long as you want in some places. You get to go to this new place and explore as much as you possibly can! Most workamping jobs are only part time, so you have plenty of time to go and explore the surrounding area but I have also seen full time jobs if that’s what you need! Some pay you cash, most give you a place to live in exchange for work, specially if all you need are hook ups for your rv/trailer, some give you a little of both.

And the jobs are everywhere!! I have seen jobs in like 49 out of the 50 USA states. And that’s probably cuz getting an rv/trailer to Hawaii might be hard haha. But I have also seen jobs for Canada and England and New Zeland and Australia. And I’m sure that there are other people in other countries doing the same thing!

So what I’m trying to say is that there is really just a plethora of jobs out there waiting for you. I am currently writing this on my iPhone at a rest stop somewhere in Idaho because two days ago it was our last day at our first workamping job, now we are on our way to Colorado to start our next one!

Despite all the crappy stuff I tend to focus on and rant about here on my blog, this way of life is truly amazing. I encourage everyone to try it,  let go of that comfort zone, buy an rv and go. I don’t know what’s gonna happen in my life or my relationship or what, but I know that at least for the next few years workamping is what I want to do.