By Carol V. Weishampel, Ed.D #80679Photos By Lynne Martin. “Fireweed jelly? Is it hot?” The lady from the neighboring rig asked as she picked up a jar from the tower of jelly jars I was trying to pack into the basement of my small class-C. “Blueberry jam and cranberry jelly.
By Diane Berry #102219 Question: My husband and I have recently retired and taken to the road full time in the hopes of finding the peace and contentment we feel we have earned. But we seem to be running into many people who are rude and disrespectful at every turn.
By Diane Berry #102219 Question: My spouse was recently diagnosed with a serious illness. I’m trying to stay positive and supportive, but sometimes I become terribly upset because this could mean having to change our RVing plans. What can I do to help us both through this process?-Afraid Dear Afraid:Change
By Karen Minard #64779 I met a couple, Virgil and Nola, at a Monaco rally in Salem, Oregon, in 2004, and it inspired me to write this article on an important subject. It is a subject specific to men’s health but has the potential to affect everyone he cares about
By Evanne Schmarder #65409Photo courtesy of Howard and Fran Smith #83749. Escapees are an elite bunch. We seek freedom, life on our own terms and a manner of unconventional living that makes some envious, while others shrink in disbelief. We are as varied as the landscape of this great country, yet
By Diane Berry #102219 Question: This year I will begin full-time RVing with multiple members of my family. With so many people living in a small space, I anticipate an occational conflict may erupt. Do you have suggestions for positive ways to handle this type of situation?-Peacekeeper Dear Peacekeeper, This
Our RV and our boat are our homes, where we lay our heads down to sleep every night. But so many come with, shall we say, crappy mattresses. Meant more for weekend excursions than everyday living. But you don’t have to put up with it. There’s nothing that says you
It’s only May and already it’s been a big year. I got really sick (again), quit my job, we started a new business and we’re about to enter our 4th year of full-time RVing. For the first time in over a year, I was finally able to sit and reflect on
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