Hi there! We are Scott and Chantal and we can't stay too still for too long. We've fallen in love with traveling and now have the opportunity to visit other cities as often as possible, without breaking the bank, because we have embraced RV life! We are Australian, moved to Canada in 2002, and we finally feel we have had our fair share of snow experiences and freezing temps. Now it's time to see more of the USA, and we are currently on a 6 month RV roadtrip around the country: headed east and then south towards Mexico. We are considering shipping the RV to Europe next year, and continuing our digital nomadic lifestyle - any advice?
Him: Product design and development; Solar systems for RV living; Recycling shower systems for RV living
Her: Geographic Information Systems; Data analysis and visualization, Vegetarian cooking for RV living
Travel stories and advice: Australia, Europe, South America, East Coast and Central Mexico, Canada, China, Japan...and now USA!
Canadian prairies and various farms in the USA Midwest so far!
Brisbane, Australia and Calgary, Canada.
Jayco Eagle 243RKS Year 2000 28 feet including the bike hitch on the back. Mostly renovated inside... Solar powered
Scott and Chantal are amazing people and I wish they could be our neighbors forever! They have the coolest modern, customized, high-tech trailer with great power systems and re-cycling shower that Californians would die for. Chantal is a sweetheart who even volunteered to help stain my deck so she grabbed a paint brush and joined right in! Scott gave us a tour of his awesome inventions for his RV systems (which I appreciated as an aerospace engineer) and we had a couple meals together with fantastic conversation. I wish them Godspeed on their journeys. I just bought another RV myself so I should go catch up with them!
Scott and Chantel are a 10 if I could rate them. They enjoyed the Twin Cities for Three days and we did not
get to spend any time with them until the day they left. They called and wanted to meet for coffee. We had a wonderful time sharing our house and looking at there RV. Scott has created a recycling shower that uses only 1 1/4 gallons. He also shared his Solar knowledge with me. They had hookups but choose not to use them
because they did not need them. They shared parting gifts with us that were appreciated. They are a wonderful God fearing family from Australia and then the last 12 years in Calgary.
Jim and Christy Funk
Chantal and Scott stayed overnight with us. Such honest and delightful and thoughtful people! We were sad to see them go. I hope their boon docking and other adventures take them to wonderful places.