I turned 40, got divorced and now I am free to start living my gypsy dreams. I bought a tiny house on wheels in Seattle and brought it across the country to Ft. Lauderdale, my home for the past 20 years. A lot of people ask why I went all the way to Seattle. Couldn't I find one closer to home? Hey, it was an amazing deal!
I had never towed anything before until I drove away with my tiny house. It was quite an experience to start off with a 12,000lb beast! I did it and I was very proud of myself and encouraged to keep going. So in December(2016) I will officially be traveling with and living in my tiny house. I plan to visit all the national parks and spend a lot of time in the northwest. To me traveling means freedom. I am very excited to meet new people from all over the country. I already got to meet a lot of nice and incredibly helpful people as I drove down from Seattle and stayed at RV parks along the way. I love the RV community and I am happy to be a part of it.
I am a good cook and an amazing baker! I make the best caramel brownies and gingerbread cookies in the world. I am a little sad that I can't bring all my bake ware with me in my tiny house. I LOVE to bake for people. I am also a photographer and an artist of many mediums.
I love everywhere in Washington and Oregon and Colorado is pretty cool too. I love mountains and tall trees. Any place where I can hike and explore in forests is preferred. Northern Cali, Texas, NC, Utah.
I am originally from Texas but I've been living in Ft.Lauderdale FL for the last 20 years.
My tiny cottage on wheels is 24', including the hitch. It is less than 8'wide and doesn't have slide outs. It is very tall though, almost 14' so sometimes trees are a problem. It is only a couple years old and it has all the RV hook ups and holding tanks. It is low to the ground so I can't go over steep driveways or driveways with a dip unless I take them at an angle. Sometimes I have to go to the next gas station.