I work for Union Pacific Railroad. I have decided that hotels are stifling and feel like an RV provides a more fulfilling lifestyle. I love to meet new people and experience the places my work sends me. I've chosen a Class B motor home. It's just under 22' long fully self contained. At times I will bring my motorcycle on an 8' flat bed trailer for commuting to and from the work site. It is not loud. Just a bit of fun.
Many construction skills. I spent a couple decades building homes and pools before becoming a Gandy Dancer for the Union Pacific Railroad. I now opperate a Brandt Power Unit and Tracker. It’s a big Truck and a Jhon deer crane ish thing.
I also blog Roadtovanlife.wordpress.com
I wish to retire as an artist. Photography and oil painting.
Yes I have a few pets. Chickens a dog a DRAGON. No they do not travel with me.
I have been doing this for a long time now. I guess I would have to say us higway turn offs.
I love to listen to the ocean crashing on the cliffs in Northern California. Big Sur is incredible.
Catching a six hour nap before sunrise in a National Park in an overlook are always a stunning way to wake up.
National Forest are a bit wild and some roads can be a bit much for my Sprinter but when I find a good road they lead to amazing places to be.
I love to hike so trailheads are great overnight stops when permitted as well. I like to get started in time to watch the sun wake the land.
Tucked inside a Mountain valley in Northern Utah. Near Ogden/Salt Lake City.
2006 Gulf Stream Vista Cruiser G24 Class B. 21’6” long, 9'6" tall, 7' wide. It's essentially a Sprinter Van converted by Gulf Stream. At times I will pull an 8’ flat bed trailer with my motorcycle tied to it. An Aprilia Caponord ETV 1000. Adventure class. Basically a big enduro style bike.