June 2020 will forever be remembered as the time we radically changed everything in response to life throwing us a major curveball (that’s you COVID). This is June 1-27 in photos…and a few words.
June 1: Mark’s second to last flight before we sold the plane. June 2: As the protests ramped up, I decided it was time for a nice long social media break. June 3: Our niece all packed up and ready to leave for her summer job in Oregon. June 4: Trying to hold back the tears as we said goodbye to Mackenzie after living together for the past year. June 5: Prepping the trailer for full-time living. June 6: With 11 days left until we needed to be out of our house, packing was in full swing. June 7: Rainy days and Mark’s back starting to act up slowed our pace. Luckily our closing got delayed three days. June 8: Sorting and packing to live on the road full-time feels like it takes so much more time and thought than packing to move in to another house. June 9: We stopped packing long enough to take in this gorgeous sunset. June 10: A little accident that felt like a nod from the universe. It was indeed time to leave Idaho. June 11: Getting close to the end. June 12: We’d successfully sold nearly all our furniture, minus a mattress and a couch. June 13: Several days of rain brought the temps down out of the 90s and made it way more comfortable for moving. June 14: Clearing skies and another packing day. June 16: Nearly all moved out. June 17: Our last day as homeowners. June 18: Getting all settled in to our new home. June 19: A quick trip to the mountains to photograph my first wedding of the year. June 20: Getting back to work, despite the pandemic. June 21: Sunset on the Snake River. June 22: Mark getting some crucial projects done on the trailer despite the 95 degree heat. June 23: Buttoning up our storage unit and finally hitting the road. June 24: Spending a few beautiful days in Utah on our way to Colorado. June 25: Getting cozy in our new home. June 26: Inverter installation day. June 27: Crossing the border in to Colorado never felt so good.