Nancy Bridges has an infectious laugh and an incredible ‘never give up’ outlook on her life-on-the-road.
I first met this Georgia lady on the day her 2006 40-foot Alfa See Ya Gold motor home almost tipped over.
It seems a friend (who had only recently returned to the park after being away for several months) had unknowingly directed Nancy onto a driveway that had been previously softened by several days of rain, hail and snow. Within moments the ground collapsed under the weight of the Alfa motor home.
After an amazing rescue of Nancy’s rig by Clinton of Eppler Towing, I learned that this was not her first RV misadventure.
Back in 2008, just three months into her fulltime RVing lifestyle, Nancy’s first motor home burnt down to the frame 90 miles from the closest town in Montana.
Read more about Nancy and her some of her RVing escapades by clicking on WomenRVers.blogspot.com.
Photos: (Top) Nancy Bridges; (middle) her tilting motor home (Julianne Crane).