Joseph Denise

Age: 45-55

Member since March 2017

We sold everything to buy an RV. We travel, give to causes we love, and collect experiences, not stuff. Welcome to where we're going!

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Denise is an artist and activist. Joseph does communications and gardening. We travel with a pit bull mix called Kimbo in a 2010 Coachmen Freelander 21QB named Loretta. It's our first RV, so we have a lot to learn. Our toad vehicle is a 2014 Nissan NV200 known as Jo Jo. We have a route planned from Austin, Texas to the Olympic National Forest in Washington state. Our first workamping assignment is in Yellowstone National Park for the summer. At the end of the 2017, we'll decide if we want to keep traveling or settle down again. If we keep traveling, we're considering spending the winter in Mexico, likely the Huastecas region.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Denise: found object artist, organizing and leading activist actions, medical records specialist, housekeeping

Joseph: writing articles for print and web, teaching computer and smart phone literacy, teaching gardening and composting basics, managing community gardens, food rescue, graphics and web production, organizing and leading volunteer workdays, volunteer management, electronic information resource (EIR) accessibility remediation (a fancy way of saying to edit computer files so people with disabilities can use assistive technology to access them)

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We've only ever boondocked twice near Bob Hall Pier on the Texas Gulf Coast near Corpus Christi, Texas -- and that was before we had a Class C RV.

Joseph Denise's Hometown

We're from Texas, but don't have a home base because we sold everything to travel full time.


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Joseph Denise's Rig

Loretta is a 2010 Coachmen Freelander 21QB, a Class C rig. Her previous owners named her after "Get Back" by The Beatles. We named our toad car, a 2014 Nissan NV200, Jo Jo to match. Loretta has a rear bed, U-shaped dinette, and an over cab bed. We chose not to have a slide out to reduce maintenance and risk of eventual slide out breakdown.