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This will be the portal
for access to the monthly postings related to the new career of Wandrin.
Follow Lloyd on his new life on the road . Click
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on the Open Road
I have been a full-time
RVer for 9 years, primarily "boondocking," camping free without hookups,
in the Western US. I am connected electronically with the world via satellite
TV, cell phone and internet card. My batteries are charged by solar panels.
I welcome your comments and emails.
Donna has been on the road
since 1998 and Bob since 2004. We are both from Salem, Ohio and met December
2005 on the desert below Quartzsite AZ, having not met previously in Ohio.
We joined together and are traveling in in a motorhome we purchased together
in 2007. We are discovering the country together and even though Donna
has been to 49 states she is enjoying seeing new sites with Bob that she
hasn't seen before and he is enjoying seeing everything for the first time.
Follow us in our journey across this great land and let us know of places
we shouldn't miss along the way Donna & Bob
We have been full-time RVing
since mid-2004 and are loving our life! We like to say that we are living
the Lonestar song which says we are "chasing our dreams down the interstate!"
We use this blog to journal about the places we see and the thoughts we
have about them. We don't know how long we'll be on the road, but we'll
keep at it until we don't want to do it anymore. It's a great life being
able to travel with your best friend and spouse.
We are Rick and Tinka Levvis.
After retiring in March of 2007, we began travelling in our RV full-time.
We intend to travel for a few years until we figure out where we want to
live when we grow up. This winter (2007 - 2008) we are traveling down the
west coast of Mexico’s mainland. Cities we plan on exploring are
San Carlos, Mazatlan, Sayulita, and Puerto Vallarto. After that,
our plans are pretty fluid. Our rig is a 2005 Montana 3500RL, 35 foot,
5th wheel. The tow vehicle is a souped up Dodge 1-ton diesel pickup.
It is equiped with everything Banks Power could put on it, providing nearly
500 horsepower, 1600 ft/lb torque and an exhaust brake to help eliminate
Fat Man Adventures
The Old Fatman has started
his lifelong dream of full time rv travel. Come along for the fun and adventures.
the beginning, it was only a comment made coming back from one of
our usual weekend camping trips. "I enjoy these weekends so much, I just
wish we didn't have to pack and unpack everything every time we go."
As they say, Out of the mouth of babes....
V E s c a p a d e
Chinese and German American,
we graduated from Texas Tech University in Electrical Engineering with
BS and MS. We are entrepreneurs and have our business around technology.
We connect on the road thru our Hughsnet Datastorm automatic dish and see
the country slowly...
and Side Trips
to our blog. We will be entering information on our wanderings and side
trips since our retirement on December 31, 2004. Our goal is to travel
the United States in our Fifth wheel trailer, visiting and experiencing
all we can with the time we have left on this planet. We hope you will
check back often to see what we are up to.
Our blog was started in
2005. We were 90% full timers from 2000 till selling our home in
2004 and are now houseless but not homeless. We are involved with
church construction projects in the summer up north and the remainder just
travel around. Jean is a avid quilter even in the motorhome with fabric
vying for space with tools.
Welcome to follow our adventure
which is updated at least weekly.
So – who is GypsyJane?
“I am a rambler,
and a traveler on the road, can’t settle down…”
When I was about 12 or 13,
I encountered a Ford Travelwagon in a showroom and knew I had to have an
RV. Not that I had a clue what an RV was. But that was my dream home, and
my dream car, when all my friends wanted Mustangs and souped up Chevys.
Gypsy Jane gets her 3rd motorhome and decides it's a good point to start
blogging it's adventures.
Gypsy's a reset merchandiser
who travels both for work and for fun. No telling where that motorhome
might show up ;)
On the Road
On October 9, 2004
we moved into our Hitchhiker fifth-wheel trailer and hit the road as full-time
RVers. We ride motorcycles and like to geocache.
and Susan's Excellent Adventure
Susan and I are in our early
50s. Since the day we met, our enjoyment and main activity has always been
camping. We are Full Time Rvers. We no longer own a stick house
on a foundation. Our house has wheels. This is a lifestyle that is becoming
more and more commonplace. The ability to choose your neighbors, weather,
and surroundings at the drop of a hat is absolutely the best. Check in
often to see where we are and what we are doing. There may even be a couple
of updates per day. We would like to here from you.
After 34 years of marriage
and Jeff retiring this year we are beginning an adventure we have discussed
for years, full timing in our 2001 Tradewinds. We are experienced RVers
who have owned motorhomes since the 1970's and have always enjoyed RVing.
We plan to spend some time visiting North America and deciding where we
plan to settle down interspersed with visits to our daughters and their
families in Illinois and Hawaii.
and Phil discussed and researched the lifestyle. They worked together for
nearly five years in preparation for their dream of full time RV living.
Phil retired in June 2004; they moved into the perfect motorhome; held
the last garage sale; sold the vehicles, boat and house; bought the Ford
Ranger; crossed off what seemed like thousands of to-dos on the lists and
at last, the day of departure arrived. Welcome to our weblog and let the
on the Road
I write about our travels
every other day or so. We are fulltimers, on the road for nearly 3 years
in our Rexhall Aerbus 32'. .
We've recently changed
the look of my blog.
Goin' RV Boondocking
The online storytelling,
lessons learned and ruminations of a broken down old Cowboy outfitting
his rig and goin' yondering!
WE ARE A COUPLE OF BLACKJACK
DEALERS SPENDING THE WINTER MONTHS IN LAUGHLIN, NEVADA, AND THE SUMMER
MONTHS DEALING AT LAKE TAHOE. WE WORK AN AVERAGE OF 40 WEEKS A YEAR AND
TRAVEL THE OTHER 12 WEEKS. WE LIVE FULLTIME IN OUR 34 FOOT CAMPER. WE STARTED
THIS BLOG IN THE SPRING OF 2006 TO KEEP OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS "UP TO SPEED"
ON OUR DAILY LIVES, LIVING IN A 34 FOOT CAMPER. WE USE THE "HODGEPODGE"
APPROACH TO BLOGGING AND INCLUDE WHAT WE'RE THINKING, CUT & PASTE ITEMS
OF OUR INTEREST, DAILY LIFE, CASINO STORIES, COOKING STORIES, TRAVEL STORIES,
AND A GENEROUS PINCH OF BULLSHIT. MARY AND I SHARE IN THE WRITING OF THE
BLOG, AND REX ALWAYS TYPES IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, SO YOU CAN TELL WHOM
IS WRITING. Note:
Their posts are in CAPS. We know they are not YELLING so just go with it...
They have asked to be listed a couple of times, Go Rex and Mary.
the road with Larry & Teddy
We are fulltime RVers, we
live in and travel in a "5th Avenue" 30 foot fifth wheel trailer w/2 slides
and base our travels out of the Schlueter family farm near Traverse City,
Michigan. I am a retired Public Radio Engineer from Lawrence University
in Appleton, Wisconsin. Happily married to the love of my life, Teddy (nee
Teddy Schlueter). Teddy is a retired Medical Records clerk from Theda Clark
Hospital in Neenah, Wisconsin.
sites for the price of one . Above is the
main site 'full
of great infomation' or go right to their blog.
We are the Brauns, traveling the country in our 2002 Palisades fifth wheel.
We have been on the road since September, 1998 and our goal is to play
golf in all fifty states while enjoying the sights along the way.
Padraic & Willie RV
adventure: We travel and see the country in our Enterprise (2002 Mountain
Aire and 1998 Volvo).
I'm currently a fulltime
RVer, living in my 2003 Tradewinds Diesel Pusher with my Italian Greyhound,
I sold my Las Vegas home
and put only the large furniture and antiques into storage.
I've outfitted my coach
with satellite Internet capabilities and continue to work on my web site
I live with my partner John
and Prince the cat in our 2001 Winnebago Ultimate Advantage 40J motor home
while we travel from computer consulting job to job. I program Lotus Notes/Domino
applications and web sites. My interests include geeky computer stuff,
programming, 8-tracks, ham radio, eating chicken, retro computing and playing
Ya' Down The Road
Norm and Linda Payne traveling
fulltime in a motorhome.
See where they have been,
what they are doing and where they plan to go.
One of those sites all other
sites are compared to. Do Visit Norm and Linda's site.
I retired 3 years ago as
a Fire Captain with a dream of becoming a full-time RV'er. Since retirement
I have become a Campground Host with California State Parks on the central
coast of California. I am also currently the west coast Wildland Fire Safety
Consultant for ABC News. I spend 6 to 9 months of the year camp hosting
and doing work for ABC News and the rest I try to travel with my RV. I
am also Moderator of the "Full-timing" Forum on RV.Net where I have met
many fantastic people and made some lasting friendships.
"Fulltime RV Experiment
with Something New Posted Each Day" "Dale and Gwen are trying fulltime
RV living for the first time and reporting their experience with daily
adventures along with their dog Morgan and cat, Annie. This is also their
first experience as a workamper.
Experiment with Full Time RV
Val & Tucker's Adventure
Worked in Youth Justice
Correction for a total of 30 years. Came to BC from Quebec in 1965 with
the army and never looked back. My wife Valerie is from Ontario and is
a registered nurse. She will be retiring as of October 15 of this year.
Our small pet is Tucker, a mix shiitsue/japanese chin. He is like a kid
to us and acts like one. Going full-time as of October 1, 2005
On The Road
Two Cheeseheads, an RV,
and a Yorkie
is the webspace of Terry and Dale Pace. We are retired and have recently
become "full-timers." We live and travel in our motorhome along with our
two Scottish Terriers, Bailey and Neal. This space will allow our family
and friends to keep up with our travels. Terry taught early in his career
and Dale taught for 34 years, which gives us the name of our space, "Skool'z
New blog with the travels
of Don and Lou
Who are we? Mac and
Chris McClellan, escapees from the prison of "normal" life. We'll
tell you more about ourselves as time passes and we get to know you better.
All the little daily things; what we do, where we go, opinions about camps,
restaurants, etc. You name it, every tedious and mundane part of
our lives you can read about here in detail.
live RV webcam, bi-weekly travel log, and Technical and RV lifestyle articles
added every couple weeks.
Welcome to the adventures
of the Farquhar Family in Arizona.
We love to travel and explore,
which is evident in the following pages. Grab a cup of coffee
and take a look around.
We've found a ton of useful information on the Internet, and hope
we're able to provide some
back in return. Thanks for stopping by!
to Sean and Louise's Home Page
You want to talk bus conversions?
Odyssey! You haven't seen ANYTHING
Bold text does not do justice
to this site. And a blog of their travels now that it is done.
Indian and a Gypsy
This is the travels of Joe
and Nancy. Full timers for 4 years + Come be with us as we travel and see
this great country of ours.
"Camping Europe in a
VW Van and now The Americas" in our Motor Home
- By Joel Goodman and Louise
us on the road
“Dean and Laurel’s site
contains an Alaska travel and campground guide, plus information and photos
from the lower 48 and Mexico. If you are planning a trip check out the
map page, choose a state and find some neat, mostly out of the way places
to visit. Included is a section on the rehab project on our
97 Mountain Aire DP, including photos and costs. Our site also contains
information about family and the friends we have made on the road. Stop
and visit with us.”
We retired in 2004 and
now travel extensively in our motorhome and overseas, visiting family and
friends and enjoying the outdoors. Follow along with us as we travel and
share our experiences in words and pictures.