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Many RV travelers dream of trips North to Alaska. We are heading the other way. We have lived in Alaska for almost 25 years. But its isolation, which is part of what makes it special, can also lead to a kind of state-wide cabin fever. Travel is the cure.
We are both retired and traveling the country full time in our Motorhome.
Come with us as we explore all parts of this great country,
My thoughts and opinions about most anything that interests me at the moment. Juanita might add her two cents worth occasionally as well.
5 More Minutes
Just 5 more minutes of non-stop outdoor adventures and cullary discoveries in the northwest. It is with great honer to have you along with us. Please sit back and enjoy.
I'm retired, traveling the country in my RV, and writing about the experiences. I'm a "sometimer" RVer traveling about half the year, sometimes with my wife, sometimes alone.
Wheels Two Feet
Welcome to the ride along of my journey in finding my own two feet again. First of all, let me introduce myself, my name is Ginamarie Austin but most of my motorcycle friends call me Purple.
on the Road
This site is about adventure and exploration: my adventure and exploration of the USA in a motorhome named Charlene.
Reports by Doug P
Doug's Travel Blog. Join me on my journey as I travel the back roads, one mile at a time. This is my 10th year on the road, lovin every minute of the full time lifestyle.
A"Fulltimer's" account of North American travels.
October 1, 2011 we hung up our money-grubbing gloves and donned a new wardrobe. Retiring earlier than planned meant we were younger, more active, and really excited to do things we would not have considered had we waited.
We hike, bike, jog. and swim. We are fitness nuts that absolutely love the outdoors. Our goal is to visit all of the United States National Parks, parts of Europe, Australia and New Zealand. So sit back and fasten you seat belt and enjoy the ride!
Great American Adventure
It is a record of our several-years-long bucket-list type trip across America in our motor-home. We will follow our hearts, not an itinerary. We will focus on the Journey, not on a destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity, but in doing it.â€Ě
Reflections Photography Journey
Since retirement I have taken up photography, increased hiking and camping opportunities. Though married, I travel solo as my wife is not interested in camping...she is however very supportive of my journeys...in fact has become my "offsite" navigator.
Our dream to visit all of the US National Parks in a short period of time (59 parks in 59 weeks) evolved unexpectedly, but quickly. We hope to present a message of freedom and spirituality. Our purpose is not to develop a review site. Rather we expect to tell the story of what it is like for two people to plan and make such a trip. Our journey will have an element of surprise.
We met in Quartzsite, AZ. You can get anything in Quartzsite for rving and we got each other. Despite being from the same small town (Salem, OH) we had not met. Enjoying our life together. This summer we are doing the NM State Parks for 7.5 months.
Welcome to 'Chinookers Journey', a chronicle of our travels, our RV ownership experience, and our journey through life.
I have been full timing for 19 months now with my wife "Twinkles". Originally from New Jersey, but now in love with the west. Our main focus is exploring the natural and historical sights and the small towns in between. The road less traveled is my preference.
Adventures of a Nomadic Van-Dwelling, Minimalist, Living Rent Free, Off The Grid.
and Barb's RV Aventure
Leaving Wisconsin and hitting the road in March of 2014 to start the next chapter in our lives. With a passion for fishing, we will traveling and fishing across the US and Canada detailing our trials, tribulations and adventures on the road.
own Highways in my nind
Fulltime RVing is a great plan for us. I am from New Jersey, he is from Louisiana. We are retired, what better way to visit family in the northeast and in the south but in our own RV!
We decided that we would definitely full-time when we retired. So here we are... launched into a new phase of our lives.
We are now retired and traveling full-time - living our dream.
We are seeing the USA! Fulltime RV Travel in our Tiffin Motorhome.
We are living full-time in an RV, traveling throughout the United States for his career in the oil industry.
The plan is to travel while working and enjoy life! This is definitely a learning experience for us, but we will learn along the way and share our good finds!
A pair of voyaging RVers / cruisers who have lived and toured full-time in rolling and floating homes since 2007. We love the cruising life and living in an RV, and we enjoy sharing our experiences from the road.
Traveling around in their 29? RV, named Stanley, seeking out all kinds of great beer destinations.
We road travel the USA (Mexico last year) during the winter months to escape the cold hard realities of winters in Canada.
Lizard Breath Speaks
Hi, I'm Beth. The hubby & I enjoy traveling within this amazing USA of ours. We live 4 camping out under the stars.
We are the happy parents of two wonderful boys who are attending "RV School of Mom", and learning all about this incredible country of ours.
Our tales of life on the road, as we explore the USA in our leisurely way.
Just shy of our 55th birthdays, we retired and started our life as gypsies. We prefer dry camping (boondocking), getting as far away from civilization as possible.
and Patty RV Adventure
We started full time RVing on August 4, 2012. We both retired in 2011 and then sold our house in NJ and then bought a 40 foot 5th wheel and an F-450 truck to pull it with.
We are a family on the road. Last year we decided to follow our dreams and spend a year or more traveling the US.This blog chronicles our journey, the treasures we find, the people we meet, and the simple moments that fuel our souls.
Friends of Steve and Joan
I jokingly named a small group of friends and fellow motorcycle riders "Friends of Steve". Well the name stuck. Later I met Joan. That's why it's now FOSJ. We are living in our MH fulltime.
We used to cruise around the Pacific and the Atlantic on our sailboat, even living in Mexico for a time. Then we, well, sort of got almost too old for that so we have purchased a big truck and a fifth wheel and now we 'land cruise'.
Retired Pilot adn Flight Attendent, Realtor. After years of running a business and raising children, itâ€ââ€Å¾¢s time for a change. Time to travel and exploreâ€¦..time to hit the road in an RV
& Carol's RV Adventures
Dennis & Carol have been full timing since June 2000. They have owned a variety of RVs over the years. They now have a 36' motorhome but are 5th wheelers at heart. They owned the RV Driving School and sold it Jan 1, 2012.
We closed on the sale of our S&B house in Virginia and lived in our motorhome locally until we were able to finally retire at the end of 2012. We made a beeline south in January, 2013.
To those who are just hearing about our leap into the counter culture of life on the road, we hope you enjoy the â€Åâ€Åâ€útales of the pastâ€ÂÂÂÂĚ and look forward to exploring the road ahead together!
Julianne G. Crane writes about recreation vehicle and camping lifestyles, people, destinations. Julianne is on the road much of the time exploring the United States and Canada.
with the Blonde Coyote
Mary Caperton Morton is a freelance science and travel writer with degrees in biology and geology and a masterâ€ââ€Å¾¢s in science writing. Mary is currently traveling the backroads from New Mexico to Alaska, writing and living out of a tiny Teardrop camper.
The Road....... Again
And in the end, it's not the years in your life that counts. It's the life in your years.
We retired, bought an RV and now we're living our dreams. This is a chronicle of our adventures as we travel around North America.
We enjoy traveling this beautiful country with our Casita and friends. Tales and trails of our little white egg.
and JoAnne's RV Travels
Passionate about my Family, Genealogy, History, and Photography. We love roaming the back roads of the US in our 35' Winnebago Adventurer.
Time Goes.... Bye
decided to make our dream of seeing this great land of ours a reality.
We set out on this great adventure on Monday, April 15, 2013.
To The Highway
There's a song that they sing when they take to the highwayâ€¦ My life has been a constant metamorphosis of sorts. I have had an incurable case of wanderlust.
When the Road Does
The name of our blog is a quote from Rhondaâ€ââ€Å¾¢s late Dad, Eugene Courtney, from one of his famous driving directions. We consider it profoundly applicable to life in general.
Modern Day Gypsies
Come join Joe, Mallery & I, as we travel around the USA in our RVery Best Nest. Full-Timing in our RV with God by our side!
Violette The QuirkyObserver
Watch for us on the road - our Arizona license plate reads OURHOUS. Our dog pal, Kerby, will be with us as well.We will use this web site to record stories about our travels, stories about where we go, what we see, who we meet, and just observations along the way.
Hector, Brenda and Angel on a journey of discovery.
WALKABOUT : a short period of wandering bush life engaged in by an Australian aborigine as an occasional interruption of regular work
Why not simplify life and travel to all the places weâ€ââ€Å¾¢ve always dreamed of? Why not live out a different lifestyle where everything we own fits in a small space and our backyard is anywhere we desire?
Go one step further with 'take the road less traveled' and create your own unique path. I write for those interested in RVing on more than just an occasional basis pre- retirement, and for anyone who dares to dream of a more fulfilling life.
Hi, I'm Glenda, and along with my partner Jeff and our 30# Keeshond (dog), Kira, a Maine Coon tomcat (Boots), & a small, half-Manx female
(TK for Traveling Kitty), we started full time living in our 2008 Casita
Travels of Jim and Rosie
After many years of summer RV trips around the western US, we came back from a six week adventure last September and made the decision that we wanted to do this full time. So we set a goal for getting on the road by June of 2012.
Finding Our Way
After years of backpacking tents, we upgraded to a Scamp 19 trailer.
Our RV friends comment about how small it is. Our hiking and kayaking friends comment on how big it is. We think it's just right! Sure is easier making and breaking camp in the rain.
A journey to make memories together. To enjoy life. To see life. To live life. To more or less get outside our comfort zone, or as we say, getting Outside Our Bubble.
Mike's RV & Off-Road Adventures
Boondocking throughout the American West in a solar-powered Wolf Creek 850 truck camper. Moderator of the Boondocking, Dry Camping, and Public Lands Forum of the RV.NET Open Roads Forum.
the Places They Go!
Two retired educators touring the country in their motorhome
In early 2010 the hubby, the 2 cats, the dog and I quit our day jobs, packed our lives away and moved into a 40-foot tin-can home to follow our dream of living an alternative life and exploring the US on wheels.
We are Hans and Lisa and Rosie the Cat. We are realizing our dream of retiring early and hitting the road full time in an RV.
"A Technomad in a Small RV" the small RV part will need no explanation. "Technomad" is a term coined decades ago (earliest I found was May, 1993, on Google's UseNet archive, and it was spoken of as if an old term at that time) by geeks who travel.
"BRAINGLOW" Is my goal! It glows when experience is flowing through me; when I am interested, challenged, on purpose. Slow travel and short visits have proved optimal for my purpose
the road of retirement
Sold everything we own except what we could fit into our home... a Tiffin Allegro Bay RV. We left our working lives behind and only look forward to our future adventures...
Upon an RV Star!
We hope you enjoy reading our journal and viewing our attempts to photograph the natural wonder of our United States of America. Let's hit the road together!
In 2011 we sold our home, downsized our personal belongings and moved into an apartment, and upgraded our 5th wheel.
With The Wynns
Gone With the Wynns is an unscripted tale of the quirky couple who traded in everyday life to satisfy their wear-out-your-shoes sense of adventure.
You have entered the world of travel and nonsense with Billy Bob and friends
Travel is my passion. Check out my blog for travel items, and day-to-day random thoughts and actions. Enthusiastic, fun-loving traveler and hopeful romantic.
Our trip report for our winter 2009 trip to Baja and the American Southwest.
Thanks for joining us on our journey of North America in our Holiday Rambler, since August 2006
We are retired airline people, who are excited to become road trip people.
Moho and Other Traveling Tales
We are Sue, retired (partly working) soil scientist, and Mo, retired teacher, currently living in Rocky Point, Oregon, not far from Crater Lake, east of Medford and west of Klamath Falls.
Life On Wheels
We have recently retired, and have decided it is time to go Rving and see the world
On 'Da Road
I now have a 2010 Newmar Canyon Star 3920 (Toy Hauler) I need it for my 2006 Harley Davidson, Heritage Softail Classic.
Escape from NJ
Scott & Debbie Full time RV'ing...Free at last
Sanity RV Adventures
Retired Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officer and retired Nursing Home Administrator. December 2011, we realized our dream and headed out
as newly minted full time RV travelers.
and her cannine crew
I'm a single, sixty-something, great-grandma (gasp!) wandering around the Southwest, living fulltime in my 17-foot Casita Liberty Deluxe with my two canines, Spike and Bridget.
and Linda's RV Travels
We are full time RV'ers. We started full time Sept 2005. We travel with two dogs. Our toys include a Sea Eagle inflatible 370 kayak and a Sea Eagle Fishermen. We also both have folding bikes
A gal and her dog hit the open road in their Skinnie Winnie to explore America.
I am too young to retire, yet old enough to know I donâ€ââ€Å¾¢t want to work 50 weeks a year for a two week paid vacation. Life is too short to waste so live every moment in the Now.
the wind goes
Nicole and Annie travel in their Dodge B250 Maxi Van Camper
In 2010 Shannon and Brian sold most of their worldly possessions, packed the rest in an RV, and set out on the first leg of a global travel adventure.
We recently took delivery of a 2012 27 foot Airstream Flying Cloud and are heading south for the winter.
In June of 2006, I began my life as an RV fulltimer. I volunteer around the country for various state and federal agencies.
We are retired, RVers out to see as much of North America as we can. Join us as we explore this magnificent continent and appreciate God's creation.
There exists within some an exceptional impulse to wander... Join us, wont you, as we come and go from our home in Lovely Ouray, Colorado
and Me Hit the Road
Our travels in and life with a 2011 Roadtrek 190 Popular. An adventure in RVing by two people who have never been inside an RV or travel trailer before but find out of necessity that this is now their method of travel...
Eldy has researched this lifestyle for the last ten years, so with confidence, we set out full timing in June, 2010. We haven't regretted a single moment!
& Lee Ann's Journey
Here we will post a little bit of chatter & alot of pictures. We don't have a set itinerary so there isn't one posted! We hope to be where the weather is good & the folks are nice!
in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling
We've been fulltiming since 1993. In Oct. of 1993 I damaged my spinal cord and now in a wheelchair. Our new handicapped motorhome was finished in Oct. 1994. We got back on the road!
Trip Around the Sun
We now call home our Newmar Dutch Star. We officially left Indiana and started our travels in November 2010. We plan to tour the U.S. and workamp from time to time.
with Kevin and Ruth
Travelling in Sherman, our 28 foot Damon Daybreak motorhome. We don't like winter, unless we're spending it in Mexico, a country we like very much.
Chris & Cherie are exploring the confluence of full-time travel, technology, wanderlust, life, career and community; all while embracing nomadic serendipity.
We are fulltime RVers - our only home is the MH we travel the country in. We produce the Gypsy Journal in our MH as we travel. Nick does a daily blog with his travel accounts as he also produces his famous Journal.
Welcome to RV-Dreams!! We are so glad to see you! Now with a popular online forum. A dedicated fulltime RVer site! This website is dedicated to the use of RVs in the pursuit of a dream lifestyle. A direct link to their RV-Dreams Journal
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