Let us introduce ourselves. We are a couple of RV fanatics. We love everything about being an RV owner. We enjoy the flexibility and freedom of being ready to go anywhere at any time.
My wife and I both enjoy the great outdoors. Camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, and just plain romping around in the woods are some of the things we like to do most. We also love to travel. We look forward to being behind the wheel of our rig as much as sitting on a stump with a fishing pole.
God blessed us with two sons, then a daughter-in-law, and now 2 beautiful granddaughters. They all love the great outdoors as much as my wife and I do. Spending time with them is the pinnacle of our lives.
On the morning of July 7th, 2019 my youngest son took his life after struggling with depression for many years. This event has brought forth the final chapter of our family’s lives as our lives will forever be redefined. Life is now a day-to-day struggle for me. I hope that one day a purpose will return to my life. I have given up on anything more than a brief moment of happiness here and there.
Our story began in Michigan. The state has quite a lot to offer an RVer. Since we were both employed here, we could only travel as far as our vacation time will allow. We would try to get in at least a couple of vacation trips a year. You would, however, find us somewhere on the road most of the spring, summer, and fall months. After several years we decided to leave our home in the very early spring, hit the road, and not return until the hard cold winter months would return. Being actively employed we still had to commute to our jobs, so traveling very far was impossible. We were both dreaming of a time where we can spend all of our time on the road.
Fast forward to today. We sold our house, sold our stuff, and packed our necessary belongings into our new home-on-wheels. We have fulfilled our dreams and become Fulltimers. Look out world here we come!
My wife and I were working professionals with full-time careers. My wife was employed as a Senior Human Resources Generalist for Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority with a background in finance and purchasing. I jokingly referred to her as “H.R. Pufnstuf”. I was a Field Service Engineer for Eastman Kodak Company (yes, they do still exist.) For those of us old enough to remember, Kodak was in the “picture” business. They now focus on becoming a major manufacturer of commercial printing equipment. See the pattern 😉 another thriving business to get into.
One of my favorite parts of RVing is all the interesting people we meet along the way. Everyone has a story to tell and I enjoy listening to all of them. In this RV blog, you will discover some of the many places we have visited and some things we have discovered. I take notes and try to pass along the knowledge we gather as we travel. My wife and I truly enjoy sharing information about the RV lifestyle that we enjoy so much.
Please take a moment to drop us a note. We would enjoy hearing from you.
Tim & Terri Enright