The one thing about being around other fulltimers is that they are so willing to share. Share what works and what doesn’t. Share resources about schooling and about living and exploring. Well this time some some families arranged for us all to get together here in Clermont.
The Gozas (http://activatedstorytheatre.com/activate.html) have been fulltime RVers for over 20 years and put on such a creative show for us. Their life on the road is an inspiration. They aren’t just story tellers, but teachers.
First we saw “The Bridge and the Dream” which is a story that was included in the Arabian Nights. It took place in Istanbul and Cairo. Marcus and Cali were so excited that they could identify Istanbul from our recent history lessons.
The other story they shared with us was “The Hat Seller and the Monkey” from Africa. It was preformed in pantomime. We were thrilled to be able to see this show and to spend time with other families who live on the road.