We’re two retired Boomers traveling fulltime in our 27 foot, class C, Lazy Daze motor home. Ann is a retired ER/Critical Care RN. Jerry is partially retired but still trades stock options via the internet connection. After years of caring for Ann’s parents we sold our home, furniture, etc. in Northern California in 2010. Ann’s parents are gone now but we know they would be happy that we are traveling. Ordered our Lazy Daze from the factory and picked it up in August 2010, loaded our “stuff” on board and took off on our travels. Our goal is see as many interesting places in North America as we can while we are still reasonably healthy. We learn a lot about the places we visit. Mostly, travel teaches what is important to us in this last part of our lives. This blog explains how we live and travel fulltime in a “small” RV, about the places we visit, the things we do and what we see while we travel.
We personalized our motor home to meet our needs such as adding solar, adding a more accurate tank level read-out system, adding a pantry and adding “small item” storage in the bathroom. We like the new technology that is available to travelers these days that make keeping in touch and finding the way to places much easier and fairly dependable. Our motor home is considered small for fulltiming. After subtracting the cab and engine compartment from our 27′ footprint we have about 19′ of actual “living” space. Good thing we like each other a lot!