April 26, 2019
I have attached pictures of both the transfer stickers that you guys created for us. We want you to know that the stickers turned out absolutely perfect and went on great! Also, you need to know how much they mean to us, so I am posting the story behind our Apache camper. Please be sure to follow us on our instagram and facebook pages LiveLifeAdventureFamily. Thank you again!!
Over 40 years ago, Steve and Carolyn met over CB Radio when Steve moved down from New Jersey his senior year of high school. His handle was Apache and Carolyn's was Tweet, a life long family nick name. Soon after, they met in person @grimsleyhighschool and it was love at first sight. For over 40 years Tweet and Steve led a legacy of love, sacrifice, and family that has stirred our family to be more loving, more sacrificial and closer. But also we have been stirred to take risks. Our story is very similar, we dated in the same high school, got married young, and now have kids to pass on the legacy of Tweet and Steve.
Today in the #blueridgemountains of North Carolina, we met @rae.r.lee who lovingly sold us her 1979 Apache Yuma pop up camper. 1979, the year Tweet and Steve vowed to be together, Apache, as in papa's CB handle, and in a classic yellow like Tweety Bird. We couldn't believe it when we found it. We know it was God's way of blessing our family, we think this is like when Jesus drew in the sand and left his personal touch on the world, he does the same in our lives as an act of romancing his Bride. This family camper, will be shared with papa and Uncle Jason to continue and expand our adventures, and in honor of our dear precious Carolyn, (mommy/grandma/Tweet), we are naming this new family addition, "the Tweety Bird."