First World Problems

I have to confess, I have been struggling with a classic First World Problem. For the last 3-4 weeks we have had little to no internet and no cell phone service. Pretty much we’ve muddled through with enough ‘juice’ to stay on top of our emails, a couple of trips to a local coffee shop ‘down the mountain’ to do a bit more heavy duty stuff and the availability of a land line (in the camp office) to make necessary calls.  Apparently, I am more addicted to internet access than I realized! We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Sugar Pine Christian Camp and have lots to share, not only about the camp and our time there, but also about our trips to Yosemite and Kings Canyon. So.Much.

So once you combine sketchy internet, a busy SOWER project, travel days filled with sight-seeing, and a SOWER newsletter deadline that is looming – well, that’s my big excuse for the deafening silence here at Rvthereyet.  (Totally First World, I know!) And, since the next four days will likewise be filled with travel and the next couple of days after that filled with GRANDKIDS – I think the best I can do is to promise that once life get back to a more normal rhythm (hopefully next week sometime), I’ll be bombarding you with photo-rich posts. Posts after posts after posts. Picture after picture after picture.  In the meantime, feel free to check out my photos page – my current Instagram photos and Flickr uploads will show up there to give you a glimpse of how we’ve been keeping ourselves busy!

Thanks for your patience – see you next week sometime!!


3 thoughts on “First World Problems”

  1. Oh, you have been back in our neck of the woods, Steph. We live about a 3 hour car drive from Yosemite. We have done many motorcycle trips through the park. Our favorite is Hwy 20 from Hwy 395, a two hour glorious ride through granite walls and alpine lakes. And we have also done two-wheel trips to Sequoia-Kings Canyon. I doubt that you took a couple of the roads we did unless you did it in the truck. Not a road for an RV. Hope you were blessed by God’s beautiful creations. Will check out your photos and look forward to updates on the blog. Enjoy the Grands!

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