Woman solo truck-camps 5 weeks West, South
One windy afternoon in Balmorhea State Park in west Texas, I spotted a solo woman camping in a 2004 4X4 Ford Ranger extended cab pickup with an A.R.E. canopy. Dawn was on the backside of a five-week circle trip from Pennsylvania to the West Coast. "Camping is the
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Solo fulltime RVer Jacque Green explores USA with a sense of joy, paint brushes, lively puppy dog
In the spring of 2016, Jacque Green, an accountant in Tulsa, Okla., didn't know if she would make it through an unexpected medical crisis. While in the hospital, she realized life is too short and unpredictable.  She figured she should not postpone her dream of expl
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Solo RVer Diana Pace loves hiking National Parks
Diana Pace, a retired nurse from Roseburg, Ore., has been camping most of her life. She tent camped and backpacked with her sons until they off and on until they were in their mid-20s. And then, sometime in the 90’s, she went on a hiking trip with a friend who own
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RVing widow Judy Howard becomes author after traveling 'Coast to Coast with a Cat and a Ghost'
Judy Howard has traveled solo with her pet companion, Sportster, for 11 years in her 1997 24-foot Class C Winnebago Itasca. She wrote her first book about her 3,000-mile trip in 2004, shortly after her husband passed. Coast to Coast with a Cat and a Ghost (2011) is
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Update: Vivian Grybko, a solo RV WINer
Two years ago, about this time, Vivian Grybko, a shy but independent woman, crossed my path at the Escapees' RoVer's Roost SKP Co-Op RV Retreat in Casa Grande, Arizona. We became fast friends over a brilliant sunset and a cup of coffee the next morning in her 1999 24
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Writer Malia Lane shares favorite RV holiday memory - her first RV Christmas dinner
This holiday season solo fulltime RVer and writer Malia Lane is celebrating in the season in her hometown of Austin, Tex. When asked about one of her favorite RV holiday memories, she did not hesitate -- it was her first Christmas as a full-time RVer more than a doz
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Fulltime solo RVer Joyce Caudell volunteers for another summer at Oregon's Wallowa Lake State Park
Fulltime RVer Joyce Caudell will be spending this summer "surrounded on three sides by 9,000' tall snow-capped mountains and a large, clear lake" volunteering at Wallowa Lake State Park in northeast Oregon. "Wallowa Lake is in a remote location that is a jump off to
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RV holiday memory from solo Adrienne Kristine
Adrienne Kristine, who wrote for Women RVers.blogspot while she was solo RVing, shares a few thoughts about solo women on the road during the holidays. "I've been alone on most holidays for many years but I'm never lonely. The nice part about being solo is there'
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'Growing Young' RVing Women
Full-time RVer Malia Lane's posted an item on her Blog about a YouTube video featuring a group RVing Women as they caravanned along the Oregon Coast. This video was made in 2011 as a PBS pilot for a series called 'Growing Young'  about aging successfully. The fea
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Retired nurse Linda Taub takes to the road
Linda Taub, a former Peace Corps volunteer from Michigan, wanted to spend more time in nature, and travel within her budget. So, early in 2012, this retired nurse purchased a 2002 26-foot Born Free class C motor home. Since then she's traveled the Eastcoast and so
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