About 1.5 years ago, several life events made it possible for my fiance and I to consider a mobile lifestyle. We bought an RV, renovated it, moved out of our apartment, and hit the road. We've learned a lot over the past year and love the RV lifestyle. We both work from our RV, as a cyber security consultant and a photographer. We've spent a lot of time on the east coast and now we're happy to explore what the rest of the country has to offer.
She's a photographer and also has years of experience with digital marketing, writing, floral design, gardening, and various homesteading activities. The other half of the team is tenacious and can solve most any problem (which has been great during our RV travels). He also has worked doing corporate helpdesk support and cybersecurity. He can troubleshoot most computer problems.
We have two cats, Oliver and Noah. A lot of our travel decisions revolve around keeping them happy and comfortable. They've adjusted well to life on the road, and I think they enjoy the extra time they get to spend with us.
Dixie National Forest, Utah and Kaibab National Forest, Arizona. It's nice and cool beneath the pines.
We also recently enjoyed our stay near June Lake, California. The pine forests there are beautiful, the weather perfect, and the location provides great access to Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes, and Mono Lake.
We're both from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We travel full-time and no longer have a "home base." Though, someday the plan is to buy some land or a mountain cabin as a home base. We hope to always be able to travel.
We're traveling in a 2006 Forest River Sierra, 30' fifth wheel. We gutted it and renovated the RV so it was more suitable for our mobile workspace. We have solar panels so we usually do not need electric hookups, unless it's very foggy or cloudy. We tow with a Ford F250.
We recently hosted Ateamlife at our place. We enjoyed a fun evening talking about our various travel adventures. They then brought out their 'lighted' bocce balls, and proceeded to teach us this fun game which we played on our large grass yard on a dark moonless night.
We would highly recommend that other boondockers host this young couple.