As we criss-crossed the U.S. in our RV, our Greyhound John Lee seemed increasingly anxious. As it turned out, he was very ill. How we’re coping. What’s next.
Getting out of our house and into our RV without losing our shirts (or our minds) seemed like too much to ask. In 2005, the house’s reasonable price, proximity to work, nice neighborhood, fenced backyard for the dogs, and low property taxes seemed like good reasons to buy. Sure, it was a big-ass house – […]
Downsizing nearly drove me insane – until I met a woman who knows how to kick downsizing’s ass.
If there’s one thing I’ve actually, finally learned in my 5+ decades of life it’s that big changes of any kind very often take longer than we’d like. After we told everyone our plan to live in an RV and go wherever, people constantly asked when we were going to leave. It was a source […]
Friend and fellow RVer Liz Wilcox invited me over to The Virtual Campground to share about some of the tradeoffs we made when we made the move to RV life.
It’s lighthearted food for thought for any aspiring RVer or, if you’re an experienced RVer, a good laugh about things you’re trying not to miss.