My name is Jim. I’ve been traveling in Roo, my class A motorhome, and pulling Old Gray, a Jeep Wrangler, for several years. Throughout this time I’ve stopped to work now and then, but no more. I have promised myself that I will travel and write until I can’t do that any longer. Well, I’ve made myself that promise before. Each time it’s lasted 5-7 months. This time I’m shooting for 6 years, or more.
I am now retired. I plan on continuing to travel and share my experiences with anyone who cares to read about them. Until recently I would work five to seven months out of the year, occasionally longer. I’ve found work in Human Resources, Risk Management, retail, and customer service. I’ve been employed as a casino worker, concierge, warehouseman, computer programmer, dispatcher, and census worker. I’ve found work in food services, at a hotel front desk, RV park, a marina, and whatever else that has come along that sounded like fun. It’s not what I do, but where I do it that counts.
I’ve been a full-time RVer since the day I bought a 27 ft pull trailer in April, 2000. Other than a couple of three to four month stints living in a brick and mortar structure, and a few weeks taking vacations in places like Hawaii, Sedona, Lake Tahoe, Texas Gulf Coast, etc., I’ve been residing continuously in a recreational vehicle. It’s my home on wheels. Wherever I park, it’s where I am—for a day, a week, and sometimes several months. It feels so liberating knowing that I can move anytime my heart desires.
I’m now going to share some of my travels with you. I’ve done this in the past (2007-2011), but not to the extent that I’ve got planned this time. I’m going to share with you reviews of some of the products and devices I use that make my life easier on the road. I’ll be posting videos and photos I take during my travels. In short, I’m going to share what it’s like to be a modern day nomad in a society that does not understand the benefits of this lifestyle. It is not for everyone, but those of us that embrace it wouldn’t trade it for anything.
Feel free to wander around this site. Or, if you’re in a hurry, use these handy links to get you to where you want to be:
The open road beckons