Posts Tagged With: full-time RVer
When I initially bought my trailer, I wasn’t certain I was ever going to take it on the road. I just figured I’d learn the in’s and out’s of RV life — and it’d pay for itself over the course of two years in the money I’d save on rent deposits and furniture. But then … Continue reading
Jeepers adopted me during my first Journey. It was in Bullhead City, Arizona. I’d left the door my room ajar to visit the pool for a moment and, when I came back, this scrawny little blue-gray cat was ripping into a loaf of bread. Apparently the pickins’ are sparse along the banks of the Colorado … Continue reading
I had owned my rig for two years before I took it on it’s first and only trip. The 80-mile voyage would be a weekend trip north on 395 to Susanville, California. I’d been there a couple times. There’s not a whole lot in Susanville — a prison, a couple bars, a bike trail, and … Continue reading
I grew up in Jacksonville, Illinois. My early grade-school years were pretty happy times. My parents rented an old farm-house in the country, where I collected wild amphibians, turtles, and insects for pets. I walked to a rural elementary school everyday, where I was very popular amongst the farmers’ kids — athletic, smart, gifted, and … Continue reading
One of the main reasons I decided to start this blog was to build a network of friends that share my passion. I feel I need to utilize the power of the internet because I’m disadvantaged in that I’m simply not a stereotypical full-time RVer: For one thing, I’m only 40. I believe most full-timers … Continue reading
Allow Me to Introduce Myself Greetings! I’m the Ramblin’ RiverCat. My passion is exploring. Different cultures. Fresh landscapes. New adventures. For seven years I wandered the United States — mostly with my girlfriend “Bubbles” and my cat “Jeepers”. They were the best years of my life. Magical. I discovered during that time that the nomadic … Continue reading
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