Ramblings of a Rambler
Welcome aboard. This is the story of me, a British/Canadian lawyer turned stay-at-home-mom, turned full-time RVer, my husband – a charming Tennessean carpenter, and our rambunctious and adventurous toddler. Names may be changed to respect privacy but the stories and calamities are all very real.
This is us. This is our adventure. This is our story.
I sometimes think that the size of our happiness is inversely proportional to the size of our house. — Shantaram, by Gregory David Roberts I started this blog as a sort of diary of my adventures with my husband, Chris, our one year old son, and our dog, Devon. In about June of 2019… Read more
“Absence of Quality is the essence of squareness.” Life in an RV is very different to conventional living. There are adjustments to be made in both the physical day-to-day living, but also in terms of one’s mentality. Some differences are obvious and readily identifiable by merely looking at any rig. Others are more subtle and… Read more
I’ve been working here at Vogel for 2 weeks now and have worked as a camp host for 2 months. I had anxiety about any form of work after being a stay at home Mom for a year and a half now. I had the return-to-work jitters that took a minute to wear off, but… Read more
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