We’re Ron & Tricia from South Carolina. We’ve been RVing for nearly 60 years in everything from homemade campers to motorhomes.
Trivia note: For the last12 years, we lived in a 43-foot Newmar DutchStar full-time — inside a garage — and traveled in it part-time. Today, we drive a Winnebago View full-time, and live in it part-time.
Countless others ventured into full-time RVing long before we decided to give it a try. Many have written extensively about their experiences. Hats off for their guidance! We hope that our somewhat ‘hybrid’ RVing lifestyle will add to the conversation.
Retired marketing guy ... previously employed as a marketing executive in the computer industry, as owner of a website/video production company, and as a radio announcer.
I am still surprised that Tricia (a former teacher) married me because
I never learned how to sit still.
Retired school teacher ... certified to teach elementary education
and as an ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) teacher.
Taught in the public school system for over 20 years.
I met Ron 50 years ago in high school. We’ve been married
46 years, have two daughters — one on each coast —
so we've always got some place to travel.
I am Tricia’s brother. My wife (Judy) and I are retired and married 51 years. We traveled and lived full-time in motorhomes for about eight years after retiring.
Today, we live in a ‘park model’ log cabin on our own 11-acre campground. It features a beautiful pond and just two camping spots — one for our current Winnebago View motorhome and one for visitors.
I help maintain this site by updating The RV Daily JUST FOR FUN page every day.
I am Ron’s brother. Although I live in a conventional home for now, I am just as fervent of an RVing fan as you will find anywhere.
My first RV was a travel trailer, switching later to a Class A coach. I now camp in a Winnebago View motorhome. Like Ron, I’ve been RVing my entire life.
After 40 years of working in corporate sales, I recently retired and now enjoy keeping the RV & OTHER NEWS and BLOG sections of this site updated.
We’re all kinda nuts about RVing. In fact, it's nearly impossible for us to drive by a dealership, a camping gear store or a campground without stopping. Browse through our RV scrapbook and you'll see why.
P.S. Wondering about the hats? it’s kind of a running joke with us. We picked them up on our maiden trip in our first diesel pusher RV and have been wearing them off and on ever since.