Hi out there!!! I am a single 54 yr old young woman who just became a full time RVer last May 2011. I have been on the road ever since and would not think about going back to being tied down to a house that does not have wheels to go anywhere I take a notion again. I LOVE TRAVELING IN MY RV!!!
I have to say there are times when it is a bit lonesome out here all on my own, but that is when I try to hit a RV Park with lots of other folks around. I spend a lot of time boon docking, which is fine and where you get to see a lot of Nature and Wildlife that was my goal when this all began and what I set out to do, but I still need that "human touch" and conversation every now and then. So if you have ideas for me I would appreciate suggestions.
I am currently in Quartzsite, AZ a place a lot of RVers told me to go see and take in at least once and I am glad I did, but that itch to go on and see more has begun. I had wanted to be to the Pacific coast by now but old man winter delayed me getting there by the end of last year, so now I will begin traveling there this Spring. I want to get there in time to see the Whales migrating in Monterey area and beyond. If there is anyone wanting to go that way and take our time and enjoy getting there look me up. You will never truly know how far you can fly until you spared your wings and drive, is my new motto.
I began my trip in Indianapolis, IN where I lived; from there I crossed Illinois, Iowa, and the turned to the North to South Dakota, all the way across there and on to Wyoming to Yellowstone. I saw many things along the way, Hell's Half Acre, yep I found it, Devil's Tower, The Badlands, and yes of course Sturgis. Black Hills and mountains and valleys and the beginning of nothingness along the way, no doubt I began to wonder if I had done what was the craziest thing I had ever done. I traveled all over the state of Wyoming, through Wind River Canyon and found the best place called Thermopolis with real hot springs and some great people.