Here is our entourage. Moses – our strong and steady truck; pulling Exodus – our awesome 41 ft long home on wheels; being followed lovingly by his wife Zipporah, aka Zippy. Read on to meet each one individually.
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Let’s start with Moses, since he is the one leading the pack. He is a 2008 Ford F350 Turbo Diesel Dually and he pulls our home like a dream.
Here’s Moses at Sea Rim State Park in Texas getting ready to part the Red Sea. Well, the Gulf of Mexico anyway.
Next is Exodus… our home on wheels. Exodus is a 2016
Reflection 367BHS 5th Wheel by Grand Design. It’s a mid-bunk floor plan, which is PERFECT for our needs. Here is the floor plan for our home, followed by some more pictures inside and out.
Kitchen on the right. Where Pamela spends most of her time.
Living Room in the Back and Left. Dining Room is on the left front side.
Perspective from the back of our home.
TV, Fireplace, & Kitchen.
Chairs where Greg and I sit most often (they face the fireplace and TV) and our dining room.
Hallway just to show how long this baby is!
Our awesome and HUGE pantry… wait for it.
Ta Da!!! Inside the pantry. Isn’t it amazing!?!?!
We love our refrigerator. We keep it updated with pictures of family on the top half and magnets from our travels on the lower half.
Greg’s office is in the mid-bunk room now.
Greg’s office, opposite wall.
The mid-bunk room used to be Elijah’s Room, before he flew the coop. We are empty nesters now.
Family Tree in the hallway, or at least half of it. We keep this updated with pictures of our kids and grandkids.
This is the other half of the Family Tree! It’s too big to fit in one picture.
Bathroom. This was hard to get a picture of!
MBR which we can now keep as a true bedroom. (For the first 3 years Full timing when Elijah was still with us, Greg’s office was in here. Now it’s only used as our MBR.)
MBR. We have plenty of floor space for Popeye’s bed and those glass doors go to the closet/laundry room.
This is our “laundry room” in our MBR closet. On the other side we have plenty of space to store all of our clothes.
Outside additional kitchen & appliance storage. We keep our ice maker here as well. (This is in addition to our large full pass-through basement)
And we (especially Pamela) spend lots of time in our outdoor patio area. The view is ever changing as we roam about the country.
How’s this for a back yard!?!?!
One of many campfires.
My mom loved the view!
One of my favorites. Popeye enjoying one of our daily sunsets.
And last, but certainly not least, bringing up the rear is Moses’ wife – Zipporah aka “Zippy”. She is a 2013 Fiat 500c convertible. As our chase car she gets 44-50mpg and even when zipping around town she averages 38-44mpg. She is our daily driver when we are not towing so that Moses (who only gets 10-13mpg) always has plenty of time to rest up for the next big pull. She came along almost a full year into our journey and she is truly the icing on our full-time cake! With Zippy we have fun with every drive, be it to a national park or just to the grocery store! She truly lives up to her name.