Starting my journey as a full-time RVer. Resigned from my corporate job in 2012 after my father passed away and sold my home in 2021. Worked as a seasonal worker at shipping companies and would like to do camp hosting but I need an internet connection because I also sell index and stock options. That wasn’t the end to death in my family. Father died from glioblastoma cancer. t hen my mother passed away from ovarian cancer in 2016.
Lastly, my common-law partner of 25 years passed away in April 2020 from alcoholism I have learned that my health and well-being are more important than money. Life is too short, I will be a nomad for the first 6 months or 1st year or longer but would like to buy land in Arizona and build an off-grid cabin possible. My expertise has been solar and working with woodworking tools (basic tools for building small structures). The last thing I built was an outdoor patio with a screen in porch by myself and currently. installing solar for my truck camper.
I like mountain bike and hiking. I have been planning for life as a nomad for 2 years. By the way, I do have 3 cats that travel with me. 2 of the cats were my partner's, and told her I would take care of them after she passed away, which I did while she was sick the last 2 years of her life. These cats are like family. Excited about the journey and look forward to meeting everyone in the community.
Solar power, building wooden structures. The last project was the patio structure.
Just started but I would say the Arizona area to start. Have been researching that area for a long time.
East Palestine, Ohio
F-250 truck and truck camper is Laredo SC 2021
Enjoyed kevinsheely visit hope he stops by the next time he is in the area.
We had a good time in the short time KS was here. He had never had Mississippi crawfish before and we ate a ton of it. He’s just started out full time RVing and is enjoying it. He’s welcome back
We enjoyed Kevin's visit. We talked a little about his trip and his work experiences. Relaxing and Boondocking were enjoyed by all. Come back sometime when you pass by our place.