Medical Considerations for Full-Time RVers

We stopped full-timing eighteen months ago. We left the road for medical reasons. But now, due to a remarkable series of events, we are moving back into the RV again in a couple of weeks and resuming the journey. You can watch me tell the story here. Our experiences have taught us a few things, … Continue reading Medical Considerations for Full-Time RVers


It was the last week of June, 2017. We were on our bi-annual camping trip. Along with both our daughters and their families we were at the Platte River Campground in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. We had been planning for months for this week. We all had arrived on Saturday. The plan for … Continue reading THE UNEXPECTED JOURNEY Part 2


When we retired in October of 2019, we began a journey that we knew would be filled with adventure and surprises. On our very first RV journey, back in the 90’s, we had learned this lesson. We were driving from Yellowstone National Park to Stanley, Idaho. While driving across southern Idaho, all of a sudden … Continue reading THE UNEXPECTED JOURNEY


According to Workamper News, work campers are adventurous individuals, couples, and families who have chosen a wonderful lifestyle that combines any kind of part-time or full-time work or volunteering with RV camping.  We had gone to Texas because I had taken a position with Christian Resort Ministries (CRM). I would be serving as chaplain for … Continue reading WORK CAMPING