Solo RV snowbird Catherine Woods roams southwest


“I got into RVing because I thought winter camping would be more comfy in a Scamp than in a tent,” said longtime tent camper Catherine Woods of Asheville, NC.

This winter has been her maiden voyage in her 2014 13-foot fiberglass Scamp travel trailer. She has spent much of January and February in Arizona’s state and county parks.

She admits that she has made a few small mistakes.

“It has been a challenge,” she said, “but I’ve always liked being challenged and think it is necessary for keeping a vibrant lifestyle. I never was in an RV nor pulled a trailer, but thought it must be in me to do it.”

For an expanded interview about Catherine Woods’ first winter as a solo RVer click on: “Longtime solo tent camper Catherine Woods moves up to 13-foot Scamp travel trailer”

Julianne G. Crane

Photo: Catherine Woods of Ashville, NC, at Catalina State Park near Tucson, Ariz. (Julianne G. Crane)

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