I am the owner of a small communications company focused on health care. I've worked in medical research for almost 20 years. In 2017 I sold my house and moved into a travel trailer. With some health issues and disabilities, 100 square feet and winter in Florida is working out way better than that house ever did.
I recently published my first book, The Airstream That Ran Away with the Spoon, found on Amazon with more info at spoonierv.com, so today I know about launching a book. I've also had a lot of experience RVing with bunnies and RVing with disabilities.
No pets at the moment. For my first two years I traveled with my elderly bunny Happy, and then baby bunny Bronson who had an energetic, but short, life. Maybe there's another bunny out there for me.
From Arroyo Grande, CA. Have home-base in Cary, NC... have lived in the area since attending UNC the 19... a while ago!
Airstream Sport 16 foot. With the Expedition tow vehicle I am 35 feet nose to tail.
enjoyed hosting halfloaf was quiet and respectful, welcome back anytime
Halfloaf was a very pleasant guest. She has an awesome spirit, easy to talk with, and just a nice person.
We hosted Halfloaf for several days and shared a meal and conversation the evening of her arrival.
She and Mary Ann visited the North East Classic Car Museum together and had a fun time.
She is welcome here anytime.
Very gracious quiet guest with our First Rabbit traveling companion. Travel safe and keep enjoying everything out there waiting for you.
Mary was very friendly, showed my kids her pet bunny and offered information and resources for road life. She was quiet and left the property as she found it. We would love to host her again.
We hosted Halfloaf and Happy for two nights. They were perfectly self sufficient and super quiet. Mary was able to get some work done and much needed rest after her long travels. We did have a brief visit and are excited to purchase her recently published book. We hope her travels brings her back in the future.
We enjoyed hosting "HalfLoaf" at our home but we didn't get to spend much time with her. We were in and out as we are in our travel season. She and her bunny are welcome back any time.
We enjoyed meeting Mary and her lovely companion, Happy. She was delightful, quiet and completely thoughtful. I hope she'll pass by this way and visit us again.