Young - RVing Women" - The first woman featured, 73
year old Shirley Walker, is absolutely amazing! She says she
is thrilled to "be free to travel, explore life, and to
live in a different kind of way. I think little old people like
me ought to be out and doing things and challenging knowledge
and moving ahead, and enjoying themselves. Truly my body isn't
what it was when I was young, but it's a very good body and
takes me where I want to go... The thing about an RV that's
wonderful is you can change your mind at any crossroad!"
"met" Adrienne through RVTravel.net as we both have
written columns for Chuck Woodbury in the Women
RVers section. She shared her story with me and I'm sharing
it again. I really got a kick out of her talking about being
Dogs on the Run
and Jonna live fulltime in a Class C they've named "Tortuga"
the travel turtle. They are quite experienced in travel in Mexico,
so check out their Traveloque for great info about that.
Jeans and Flip Flops
Lesli and Karen seemed to have inherited the fulltime RVing
gene from their parents. The first post I saw was "Slavery
Sucks and How I Escaped." Lesli's description of selling
her "things," things she had spent years collecting,
things she loved big and small - all the things that "masterful
marketing...dictates what will make you happy - and you know
it never does - not for more than a moment anyway." So
much of what she describes in her process of preparing for the
fulltime RV lifestyle was exactly how I felt in 2001 when I
got rid of the bulk of my things. And I've never regretted what
I had to free myself of in order to live the "blue jeans
and flipflops" fulltime RVing lifestyle. They also have
a great section on RV
Remodels, Renovations, Modifications, Redecorating & Decor.
the death of her beloved husband, Dawn became a fulltime RVer
and blogs about her experiences.
Woman's Journey on the Road to Life." She once wrote me
"I can't describe the feeling that I have when I'm traveling
and exploring new places. It's like I'm finally untethered from
my daily life and able to soar. That sounds a little extreme,
but I'm the happiest when I'm traveling." Extreme or not,
I can relate...
is a talented jewelry designer who is in the process of beginning
her fulltiming dream. I could empathize with some of her insecurities
and impatience and I'll be following and rooting for her!
born, Joei has been fulltiming solo for over 20 years and describes
herself as "Author, adventurer, RVer, lecturer and trailer
trash with an ATM card."
on the Open Road
has been a fulltimer since 2000, primarily boondocking in the
Western U.S. She stays connected with satellite TV, cell phone
and internet card, keeping batteries charged by solar panels.
my websites, Malia's
RV (Inspiration's Journey about how I started solo fulltime
RVing) and here on Malia's
Miles, I write about my miscellaneous RV and life experiences
on my blog.
been fulltime RVing since 2009 and I enjoy her blog about her
adventures as a "Spiritual Traveler" at location "Galaxy"
and the fears and triumphs she freely shares. A
YouTube interview with Minnie and a tour of her 25' Minnie
Sue and Her Canine Crew
is "living on less and enjoying life more" in her
BLT (Best Little Trailer), a 2011 17' Casita Liberty Deluxe.
She even shares her living expenses
Crane no longer travels alone, but she's written about the RV
lifestyle for for many years and I always enjoy her adventures
on the Fly
group of women who challenge ourselves in all that we set our
minds to do. We have no age or color. We represent no religion
or political group. We welcome all women who want to share the
adventures of "sisterhood". We have more fun than
anyone! We invite you on our outdoor adventures with travel
trailer caravans to the most beautiful places in the country.
Our sisters like to share tips on buying and restoring vintage
trailers, they know that once you see all the fun fly-fishing,
riding horses, camping, eating, and laughing, You just might
want to join the Cowgirl Caravan on its next ride."
Groene interviews solo women RVers, as well as offering tips
from RV industry insiders.
& Trails of the Fab Finds Diva and Her Pinkster
is renovating a vintage 1978 GMC RV called "The Pinkster."
Can you tell what her favorite color is? I enjoy her spirit
and relentless positive attitude!
of 2011, Annette has been living in a 1975 Airstream trailer
for 6 years - 3 in southern Arizona and now 3 in Mexico in Bahio
Kino. I've followed her expoits for quite a while now and always
enjoyed her "Home
for the Bewildered" posts.
interesting women RVers and read of their experiences through
interviews and blog posts.