What’s the worst that could happen?


Four things we’ve learned from living in a 133 square foot travel trailer for two weeks.

  1. Stress level goes through the roof. (At first)
  2. How little stuff we actually need to live.
  3. You don’t need someone else’s permission to live your life the way you want to live it.
  4. Everything will be okay! AKA “What’s the worst that could happen?”

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  • http://unplannedfinance.weebly.com Hannah Rounds

    Is the word you were looking for wardrobe? And Spaceballs is pretty funny.

    • http://www.derekandcarrie.com/ Derek C. Olsen

      YES! “Wardrobe”

      In “travel trailer speak” wardrobe is code for “that tiny space for your clothes over there, good luck bringing more that 3 shirts.”

  • Heather Mentzer

    Two years ago we sold our house and most of our stuff, packed up our 12 year old Odyssey, our 4 kids and 2 dogs, hitched a U-haul trailer to the back of our van and set out on an 1800 mile trip from Colorado to Vermont. In Gouverneur NY our transmission suddenly failed. We were stuck on the side of the highway in a very sparsly populated area. By some miracle we got a hold of a local tow company, the owner and his wife and kids came out, found that the transmission had just over heated. They stayed with us for about an hour waiting for the transmission to cool down, filled it and made sure we were safely on our way. We will be forever grateful for the kindness of strangers shown to us that day.

    • http://www.derekandcarrie.com/ Derek C. Olsen


      That’s amazing.

      Would love to hear more about your adventure.