Some of you might have known or seen this coming. Today was bittersweet. We’ve sold our travel trailer that has served us so faithfully for the past three years. Our children are growing at such a rapid pace that we’ve simply outgrown our Apex 18BH. We spent our last three nights in the little guy over Columbus Day Weekend but don’t fret, it’s going to a good home to make new memories and support new adventures.
Three years of adventures, diapers, hikes and challenges have gone by and our camper has kept us warm and dry throughout. This has been our home away from home. Our children have learned the joys of camping and being outdoors. We’re truly thankful and blessed to be able to live the life we do and spend time with our family this way.
If you’d like more information on the Apex 18BH by Coachmen, click this link and check out our video tour I prepared for when I planned to advertise the sale. Luckily it never made it to market and was snatched up by acquaintances.
For general information about our Apex 18BH we posted when we first bought our trailer, click here.
The children were upset and I even teared up as well. But this is not the end for us. We’ve got a plan and you’ll just have to stay tuned in to find out. Until then, thanks for stopping by.
Columbus Day Weekend at Brook n Wood is to some the biggest weekend event of the year. If you ask my kids they would certainly tell you that Halloween at Brook n Wood is the cat’s meow. We arrived late Friday night so that we would already be up or the events on Saturday. The weekend kicked off with a hayride followed by pumpkin painting. We later got dressed up in our costumes and participated in the Halloween Parade followed by a costume contest. Sarah was Frankiestein from Monster High, Ava was a witch and Ryan was Superman. This year, everybody won a small prize for their costume. After all the prizes were handed out we took the children trick-or-treating around the campground. We had barely enough time to count our loot when they announced the Scary Hayrides were about to begin. Linda held a place in line with the kids as I helped scare the riders on the first hayride. I rode the second hayride with Sarah and Ryan. Sarah’s a seasoned champ while Ryan seemed quite concerned especially when the deranged man with the chainsaw jumped aboard. Ava made it on the third hayride with Poppi and Ryan slipped right on again (I guess he wasn’t too scared). Sarah and I got to scare the riders of the the third hayride as well and she just had a blast doing it!
The next day brought a few more hayrides, I took the kids on a nature hike and we were treated to live music by Kin, a two man band recently formed by my father-in-law, Mario and Linda’s nephew Matt.
This weekend is always bittersweet as its usually our last weekend camping as it starts to get quite cold after mid-October. In fact we have not been up since school started as our weekends are full with soccer practices, track meets and birthday parties. Still, this weekend was a little sadder than past season closings as we’re making a big change representing a departure from the only way we’ve known as a family in the past regarding camping as well as a big jump towards our camping future. Please stay tuned as to what exactly we’re doing and how we transition. Thanks for stopping by.