Solo RVer Carole Paulett, volunteers each autumn


I am constantly amazed by the number of absolutely incredible people one meets while RVing around America (or for that matter, in almost any local campground).

Carole Paulett is such a person. This independent gentle soul wraps herself up in a U.S.F.S. volunteer jacket each October and gives freely of her time, insight and wisdom at a campground just off the Blue Ridge Parkway on the George Washington National Forest.

To read more about this RVing lady, click on WomenRVers.blogspot.

Photo: (click on image to enlarge) Carole Paulett and dog pal Missy in their 1983 VW Westfalia. (Julianne G Crane)

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