My friend Lois is a nomad. She’s also single and pretty much retired. Lois doesn’t have a huge income or the security of a well-stocked trust fund. And yet, Lois has one of the richest, fullest lives of anyone I know. This delightful, spirited woman lives in a 10 foot 1965 vintage Aloha trailer that she pulls with her aging Mercury Montero. Freedom? Oh my! She’s got that in spades. A couple of weeks ago, Lois waved goodbye to Portland’s rainy winters and headed south with “Li’l Homey”. She shares her travels and nomad lifestyle on her blog Playing a New Game. Thank you Lois for inspiring the gypsy hiding in me.
These days more and more senior single women are taking up life on the road. They are firing up the RV or hitching up the trailer to explore the highways and back roads all across the country. They are creating new communities and making friends as they go. And, while there are are some very interesting challenges in this lifestyle, these gals are rising to the challenge and loving their new home on the road.
If you are feeling the call of the open road as a retirement option, check out these very informative links for more information and a some stories that are guaranteed to make you smile
Unlikely Nomads ~ the Christian Science Monitor
Happy End of the Road for RVers – Assisted Living on Wheels ~ AOL Real Estate
And, finally, if you are not sure the RV life is for you, perhaps you like to give it a try for a night or two in one of the beautiful vintage trailers at the Shady Dell Resort in Arizona or one of the eight cuties available in Bend, Oregon at Cowgirl Cabins.
Who’s in for a Wild Women’s Weekend this summer at Cowgirl Cabins? Sounds like fun, doesn’t it.
See you on the road.