People who are not RVers seldom comprehend the lifestyle appeal. Perhaps only those who are living it and enjoying it, understand. For me and for most RVers, the seeing and experiencing of new places and adventures is the main drawing card but add to that the meeting of new people and making friends and you get the bigger picture.
For instance, I recently had a delightful daylong visit from the Van Aukens from California. We’ve kept in touch through Christmas letters (Now you know why I like those!), and rare visits during their vending days at Quartzsite. We exchanged “You didn’t!” and “Have you ever been to…” traveling and family stories. We met in a parking lot in Connecticut in the late 1980s.
Arline (Chandler) & Lee Smith were in the SKP campground for a week. Arline and I are both writers and we taught seminars at Life on Wheels so poor Lee didn’t have a chance in the conversation department. The women did the whole service on Presbyterian Women’s Sunday that we attended. Since the pastor is part of the praise band that plays ahead of the service, Pastor Paul fit right in by wearing a wig and a skirt. My Baptist friends got a kick out of it, too.
God Bless until next time.
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At 45, Widow Minshall began 20 years of solo full-time RVing throughout Alaska, Mexico, and Canada. Sharlene canoed the Yukon, mushed sled dogs, worked a dude ranch, visited Hudson Bay polar bears, and lived six months on a Mexican beach. She lectured at Life on Wheels, published six RV-related books and wrote a novel, “Winter in the Wilderness.”