RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on living small, gratitude, sunshine

Living Small in 100-sq-feet. (Julianne G. Crane)
Relaxing in Arizona winter sunshine. (Julianne G. Crane)

After more than five months and 10,000 miles on mostly two lane roads,  RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on living small, gratitude and sunshine.

“Living small continues to intrigue and attract me,” writes Jimmy. “Being infected with a fairly typical nasty disease called ‘desire.’ I have spent most of my entire life ‘wanting.’  No matter what I have claimed as mine, it seems that within short order, I have wanted something different, something more.”

He continues: “Of course this ‘malady’ gets a great deal of support and encouragement from many quarters in American culture.  On our current voyage in our little, less than 100-square foot RV I have relished living small.”

To read Jimmy’s full post, click on “Jimmy Smith’s Another View.”

–Post & photos: Julianne G. Crane

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