** I hope I have corrected my technical difficulties. So sorry :)
I give HUGE kudos to my Dad. I thought he was going to let me down after helping my brother with his newly found $50 vintage camper. In the end he found me this 1973 Shasta Compact. I know it might not look like much now, but if you could only see the vision I have in my head you would be SO impressed.
This is going to be my "Beach Bungalow". It will have a fresh paint job and all the aluminum will be shining and rust removed before it is all done. I will be redoing the inside with a beach inspired theme and all the colors you think of when you think of the beach. It will comfortably sleep all of us, hard to believe right?! I am hoping to have a small potty room if not a potty shower combo in her too. She has her original light pink oven that looks awesome except for a few spots of rust on the chrome, and her original gas lamp that looks like new. Oh the fun I foresee us having in this camper. I want great memories for my kids and some for me and my hubs as well. More photos to come as progress is made, I'm sure you are all waiting on the edge of your seats!!!
* In homeschooling news, the year is winding down for us. Avery will be doing a test prep in addition to her math and phonics until her standardized tests gets here. I will be doing light load work boxes from here on out. I can't say enough how much of a blessing this last year has been. It has not been without its ups and downs but I wouldn't trade it for anything. I love watching my kids learn and being with them and encouraging them. I am looking forward to another year of homeschool and being able to teach Keegan how to read and Avery cursive, which she is dying to learn.