Tag: travel

Home, sweet home!

  I overheard a conversion not long ago. Hey, if you talk loud enough that I can hear you, I’m probably going to listen!   So, the waitress was talking to a family from Miami that came to the mountains to evade hurricane Irma.  She was telling them,  as soon as she finishes school,  she’s […]


Someone asked an interesting question on Facebook today, regarding full-time traveling, which got me into deep thinking mode. I won’t post their direct question, as it is a private group, but essentially they asked, “What do full-time RVers mean by saying they have ‘more freedom’? What is your definition of freedom?” I rarely respond to […]