Having great neighbors is really important to us, and our new neighbors threw us an amazing welcome party as we spent our first weekend in the RV on our own land.
We rented a 40ft high cube shipping container for temporary secure, dry storage for our tools and materials while we build our house, finally freeing up our truck bed!
We're taking an impromptu vacation this weekend but before we do, we had to clear some space for the arrival of a shipping container and our RV next week.
The driveway is in but now it's time for cleanup - plus learn about our RV electrical upgrade, new mailbox and plans for winter.
An old logging trail won't cut it for long - we need a solid 1,000ft driveway from the road to our house site.
The trail cameras we installed a month ago didn't pick anything up for a little while, but this week they've captured some action!
We both love embarking on new adventures and learning new skills is a huge part of that experience for us.
It's been a busy week with lots of development on the land, plus my first hands-on experience with a sawmill!
We decided to use the wood chips from last week's chipping to spread on our land to make some nice hiking trails - but it's a slow process!
Building our dream home is going to take us a long time, but we've been chipping away at it - literally!
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