United States of America · 18 Days · 3 Moments · May 2017

Family adventure in Lakeland, FL, United Sta

13 June 2017

We took th rv out of storage today so we can spend a few days in it. We love that we can travel to different locations and have all the comforts of home with us. We took it to Camping World of Tampa to look around at all the gadgets we can get for the rv. I could spend about 1,000 dollars in there, lots of cool stuff.Then, we went to a park in Plant City where the kids played on the playground and Chris and I watched tv. It started raining while we were there so we played a family game of Go Fish until around 7:30. We drove to Bed Bath & Beyond parking lot, grabed some to-go food from Abuelos, and hung out there for the night. We will plan for a trip to a National park or a beach of some sort for a 3 or 4 day trip in the next couple weeks. We are so excited to start our traveling adventures. The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams. -Oprah Winfrey

1 June 2017

We picked up our 2007 Itasca Sunova by Winnebago last Wednesday at General RV in Tampa. We plan on dry camping some in our travels and decided to test it out a few nights while still in Lakeland. We have found a leak from the water pump when it's on and a problem with the generator charging the battery. We are leaving the Lakeside Village parking lot where we slept last night and headed to have it looked at where we purchased it. We haven't sold the house yet so we are bound to Florida for the time being, which is fine, we are still in the process of selling our belongings. We'll make the best if it and plan a short trip after the bugs are worked out of our rig. Till next time... "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them" -Walt Disney

27 May 2017

We are the Digiorgi family. Chris is 45, I (Erica) am 35, and we have two small children traveling with us, Anthony is 6 and Elizabeth is 4. We have a passion for traveling and learning about the world we live in. We will be living in an RV, homeschooling our kids and traveling the US. My husband and I are not rich, nor do we have jobs that we can do from home. My husband is a truck driver and I'm a waitress. Our jobs are nation wide and we plan on taking advantage of that by transfering to different states within the companies. After experiencing the loss of many family members we decided not to wait to live out our dream of life on the road. We are currently selling everything we own before choosing where our first stop will be. In the meantime, I'm researching homeschooling options for our kids, making connections on Facebook with full time RVers, and other homeschooling families to learn as much as I can. This is a journal of our adventure.