I am a new RVer. Bought a 26' Serro Scotty with a cummins diesel and love it. There weren't a lot of them made so you might not recognize the make. It can take me most places I would like to go and those that it won't, I would need a 4x4 for. I love the wilderness and nothing makes me feel more alive than waking up in a country setting. I grew up in on a family farm as a kid, which gave me an extremely diverse nature and interest in just about everything. I never try something just once even if I don't like it. Just to make sure that I really don't like it.
I am a 4th generation butcher/sausage maker, however the only preservatives I use now are sea salt and smoke if it is a smoked sausage. It's healthy sausage for me or no sausage at all. Of course I don't make a lot of sausage in a RV:)
I am an avid cook and cook cuisine from around the world. I have a box full of spices and use every one of them. I especially like middle eastern food. The complexity of spices and aromas are intoxicating. The most important space in my RV is the kitchen and cooking utensils. I have built many of my own homes and the kitchens are the biggest you will find. It was quite a task limiting what I could take and what I had to give away when moving into the RV.
I am really looking forward to getting to meet a lot of people a long the way over the next few years.
Rather diverse, cooking of course. Anything with animals (grew up on a dairy farm). Build anything (every house I owned since 1986). Plumbing, some electrical (after i refresh myself with reading). Solar power. Hydro power. Fixed everything that broke on the farm.
BLM land, Army Corp of Engineer locations and anyplace in the country.
Grew up in Northern Wisconsin and was living in Eden Prairie, Mn.
1995 Serro Scotty, with cummins diesel and 26 feet long. Very rugged and durable.