If you have been following along on our daily travels, you know we have a plan.
Our plan is to simplify.
To rid ourselves of any form of travel that requires gasoline.
As with any good plan, it doesn’t come overnight.
So, needless to say, we aren’t rushing into this.
There are horses to train.
And other hurdles to jump.
Even though we live in tiny cabins, we have some changes to make.
Step by step.
One of those is simple but very symbolic.
We drop down to one fork, one knife, one spoon.
You see, even though we live in small quarters, our lives are still cluttered by objects that take our time and steal our thoughts.
Our time and thoughts want to be on the trail.
Either by horseback, horse-drawn wagon, or dog sled.
We live simply ~ no TV, no refrigerator, no dishwasher, no microwave, no distractions.
So we start.
With one fork, one knife, and one spoon.
And of course, one plate.
Until tomorrow ~ keeping life simple ~ God willing,