Solo RVers in Australia circle rigs

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Members of the solo network of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia are in Biloela, Queensland, this week for a rally and lots of potluck dinners.

Solo RVer, Ngaire Thomas, talked about her life on the road with the host of Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Capricornia radio feature: ‘Breakfast with Jacqule Mackay.’

Thomas, in her mid-60s, hopes to be traveling fulltime in her RV for at least another 20 years.

Read the full story and listen to her interview by clicking on here:

For another  article on Australians on the road click on “Aussie RVs: When a Winnebago is not a Winnebago,” by Gail Bennett.

Photo source: ABC Capricornia.

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