Many of you have been in our shoes and have faced the decision of whether you want to keep your RV or upgrade to something bigger/better. We’re pondering whether we should keep our current RV that is reliable and sort of close-ish to being paid off, but isn’t as comfortable as we’d like it to be. Or, should we purchase something that “fits” us better, but will be more expensive and could potentially have loads of problems. We’re torn.
I captured this shot recently at Mosquito Lake State Park while my husband, Ted, fished at the waterfront under an almost full moon. I love the mood and movement in this one. Ted caught a Bass a moment after I snapped this photo.
There are so many things that I love about nature. I have always had an affinity for water. I love to look at it, sit by it, and if it’s warm and relatively clean, I love to swim in it. I am awed by the power of wind and fascinated by the constantly changing sky. I am an amateur photographer, and look upon my surroundings through my camera’s perspective, finding beauty in most every landscape. That being said, most people who know me wouldn’t peg me for a “Nature Girl.”