Retired from healthcare in 2012, I experimented RVing in a 21' TT, then realized how lovely it is to always be at home wherever I roam. So in 2015, I put my home in SD on the market and purchased my current motorhome. It had to be large enough to hold a decent amount of quilting supplies and my machines!
My children all live in western ND, all five are married and have children. All together, I have 4 granddaughters and 14 grandsons, ages 16 to a few months. I enjoy my time with them when I can make it to ND.
One of the lovely characteristics of RVing is the wonderful folks I meet everywhere I go. RVers seem to have a special understanding between them that most of the people from more settled lives simply don't get. My Escapee friends have been a wonderful support group in learning the ins and outs of things, along with so many others, especially the Monaco folks.
Besides quilting and everything related to it (quilt shop tourist), I enjoy walking, hiking, cooking and coming up with creative recipes for the food I have on hand, attending church services in the places I visit, reading, walking or riding my bicycle, learning about the areas where I travel, eating local cuisine, and most importantly, getting to know people who cross my path.
Raised my children on the farm, and am good at gardening, truck driving, mowing, etc.
Great with kids!
Quiltmaker since 1982.
Mitzi is a yellow tabby and eleven years old. She's a terrific travel companion.
BLM land in SW
Born and raised in Williston, ND, now the epicenter of the Bakken oil patch. Have lived in many locations and currently have SD as my legal address, having worked and lived in Mitchell, SD, home of the Corn Palace, for several years. I live in the rig, but often spend several summer weeks in the Dakotas.
2004 38' Monaco Diplomat diesel pusher with 2 slides on the driver's side, brown tones. I tow a Honda CR-V.