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Age: 45-55

Member since April 2014

Fulltimer RVers in our 5th year, traveled 50 states so far, sharing the journey at & YouTube

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We're a married couple in our mid 40s – Marc is a Colorado native, born and bred in Golden, Julie is an Australian who has been living in the USA since moving to Colorado in 2008.

In 2014, we sold our home and moved into a Class A motorhome to travel, work and live a more meaningful life – rich with experiences instead of things. This lifestyle has proven to be more rewarding than we ever imagined and one of the greatest gifts has been the people we meet along the way.

We are both optimists, create and live our lives in line with our values and enjoy sharing our stories, photos and videos in the hope of inspiring others to do the same!

We love sharing our experiences, travels, tips and learnings with others along the way.

We mostly stay in campgrounds (Thousand Trails) but we also enjoy boondocking when we get the chance and being in quieter, more natural environments.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Marc - health and fitness (he was a judge and program manager for Bill Phillips Body-for-LIFE program for 10 years). He's also very handy with fixing things and a qualified massage therapist! He is also a bit of an RV guru these days and a handy guy to have around!
Julie - an experienced writer, blogger, marketer and social media maven. Lifestyle coach and personal development coach who has worked and traveled with many international spiritual teachers and authors. Produces the content for our blog and YouTube channel.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Our first real boondocking experience was in Yuma, Arizona (Winterhaven, CA to be precise), followed by Quartzsite then Lake Havasu. Our fave boondocking location was near Bryce Canyon in a spot we probably would not recommend most RVers try to go unless they are a truck and travel trailer! We took it easy and made it - the location was beautiful. We were alone and camped right by the red rocks, amazing. Another face location was actually at a rest stop in Kansas on I70 just 7 miles west of Colorado - they allow overnight parking and the stars were unbelievable - the best we have ever seen.We have stayed in Quartzsite several times as well as Forest Road 525 in Sedona and Lake Shastina in CA - which recently removed the ability to overnight, sadly.'s Hometown

Marc grew up in Golden, CO, Julie is originally from Australia (grew up just north of Sydney) and moved to Boulder, CO in 2008.


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Rig Type: Class A

36 feet long

A 2012 Tiffin 35QBA - it's 35 feet 10 inches in length and has 4 slides (but we don't need to pop them in order to stay, if space is limited). We can be fully self contained, but ideally would love to be able to run an extension cord to hook up to power, if possible. If not, we can fire up the generator if needed - or not if that will bother you. We also tow a Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. You can also check out pix of our rig at's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle