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They are now off the road as fulltimers. Nick does a daily blog with their life adventures. New York Times bestselling author of suspense, thriller, and mystery novels. He is particularly famous for writing the Big Lake mystery series, the John Lee Quarrels mystery series, and the Dog's Run series.
We're a family who sold our 3,300 square foot, 5 bedroom house, to downsize and live full time in a 400 square foot RV. We're homeschooling our two kids and showing them the world! Join us on all of our adventures.
With The Wynns
We’re Jason and Nikki Wynn, a couple of perpetual travelers and modern day documentarians.
We started Roam Lab in San Francisco. We decided to participate in another popular Bay Area activity: starting our own business. We pooled our savings, got a RV, and mixed business with pleasure by living and working on the road. Join us on our perpetual trip across America.
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...
I hit the road in 2005 and every year since, and now 2019 will be my 14th year of ramblin'! My how time flies. Maps and descriptions of over 715 campsites.
on Tour Blog
2 computer geeks live, work, and travel in their Motorhome giving seminars at RV Rallies. You know them from their Geeks on Tour website.
Lady Is A Tramp
I’m Tammy, a trial attorney specializing in medical malpractice defense in Seattle, Washington. After 20 years of practice, I decided another 20 years was too long to wait, and on March 31, 2015, I ceased practicing law at the age of 46. Right now, I’m out on the open road
Free | Ride Free
We are Ching and Jerud, a couple of outdoor enthusiasts who decided it was time to make the nomadic lifestyle happen for ourselves. With that in mind, we hit the road with the goal to show that living fossil fuel free in an RV is possible. A 25 ft. RV that is powered by solar panels and a truck that runs on waste vegetable oil.
and Barbs RV Adventure
We left Wisconsin and hit the road in March of 2014 starting the next chapter in our lives! With a passion for fishing, we are traveling and fishing across the US and Canada detailing our trials, tribulations and adventures on the road. Though now building a house in SD their past travels are worth looking at. Just told they are planning another Alaska trip next summer. Do see their 2016 Alaska trip.
|On the Road Abode
Trading a zip code for a toad. Fulltime RV'ers, and our big, new adventure. It's just the two of us, and the "fluffy dog", off to see this beautiful country with only the seasons as our guide. We're really doing it!
A Big Rig looking for a Tent Experience.
Traveled all summer (Canada and Alaska) now back at our winter vacation location in AZ
|Back Roads and
Follow us as we follow the road
Welcome to our blog! We are travelers from Ontario, documenting new adventures in our 2019 Carado Banff campervan. We would love to take you along as we travel on short and long trips across North America.
|Travels with Towhee
Travel allows me to see new things, taste different kinds of food, meet all sorts of wonderful people, and enjoy the pure fascination I have with all of that. This RV trailer that I now own is a perfect way to travel on land.
|Chapter 3 Travels
We are Kevin and Laura. We’ve been on a mission to see as much of the United States as possible. Realizing that we could walk our own path, we came up with a plan to turn our dream of full time travel into reality.
I am a photographer and naturalist traveling about photographing and observing the world.
|The Rolling Steel Tent
Wandering but not lost. Yrt. A van, because owning an RV, with all its mechanical complexity, is too much like owning a house. Too much to go wrong. Besides, the larger the vehicle, the fewer places I would be able to go. And stop. So, stay tuned. And discuss the craziness of my decision amongst yourselves.
|Wandering His Wonders
All of our married life we have enjoyed traveling together. We have lived in Western Oklahoma all of our lives, and we're really looking forward to living all over this grand country--staying in places long enough to get a feel for the culture and way of life of our neighbors around the USA!
|Glamping in my RV
We are a retired married couple that wants to follow the sunshine, view the mountains, hike the trails and enjoy a fun relaxing life with our three little puppies
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