Started full timing after retirement In 2013 as a solo. Love crafting of all kinds, riding my bike, learning new things and meeting amazing people. I love to laugh, explore, get excited about what must be around the next bend or over the next hill.
Starting in June 2017, my ex-husband, ( 37 years divorced) , will travel with me for awhile. He is curious about this life I love so much.
I was a traveling claims adjuster for State Farm and only saw the worst side of people. These last four years has really changed my thoughts. People are generous and basically nice.
I joined the Boondockers Welcome as soon as I started RVing, I contacted one person and they never got back to me so I let the membership drop. Decided to try it again .
I weave on an inkle loom as well as a Navajo loom and 4-harness table loom, spin, nuno felt, crochet, knit, digital scrap booking, machine embroidery, sew and dabble in miniature landscape quilting. My ex-husband will travel with me awhile and since we have been divorced and have not seen each other for 37 years, I am not sure what he is good at. I did tell him his job will be to keep the RV mechanically sound and he said, "ok".
Harvest Hosts locations, beach, forest. Ok, I like to travel anywhere.
I live full time in my RV. I have been taking Navajo weaving classes so spent last winter 2016 and will this winter in Mesa, AZ, so I can take more classes. I started out in Maryland in 2013.
I have a 30 foot Nexus Viper 2013 classified as a B+/C. I tow a Ford Focus. I have three slide outs. I have 600 watts of solar and prefer to Boondocker than go to RV parks. I have a generator but only run it once a month because I was told I should . When I park for a week are more, I glamp out the outside of the RV complete with shutters and flower boxes. OK, the shutters and flower boxes are custom decals I put on wood and hang with suction cups. I also made trim for the awning to give it some color.