There is a movement sweeping the United States and Canada and I am not referring to the RV Nomad movement I am talking about myself and the RVing for women movement that is over a 100,00 women strong.
These women are selling, packing and buying that home on wheels. These women range in age from 20 somethings just starting out to retirees, widows and single women who are 25 to 70+ years old.
They are fearless, focused and independent women who crush the traditional stereotypes women have had to endure for decades.
These RVing women are Wives, Mothers, Grandmothers they come from every walk of life. They have decided not to be stuck in the 9 to 5, Brick and mortar ideals we all grew up with. They travel the highways and Byways and the Roads less Traveled, in the United States and Canada.
They raise their families while RVing, those with children home school and work remotely.
There are a great number of RVing women who live full time in their RVs. They make no excuses for the lives they have chosen nor do they need to. I am proud that I chose RVing for women as a full-time lifestyle. I have been full time for two years now.
Yes, there are challenges but I have never regretted my choice. I only wish I had done it sooner. Many of the women I have spoken with having no regrets and no intention of returning to their conventional lives.
Not all RVing women are on this journey alone many are married, have partners or friends by their sides. I can speak for the solo RVing women as I do RV alone.
These RVing women are Driving Class A, B, and C, Motorhomes, Camper Vans, and Skoolies (converted buses) Class A’s can be up to 45 feet in length.
They are towing travel trailers, teardrops, fifth wheels and hybrid RVs of every size and length. They back, park and maneuver their rigs whever they need to go.
We all had to start somewhere and that is at the beginning, trial and error practice makes you better never perfect.
These RVing women may be across the country from one another but through Social Media Groups and Chapters of RVing women maintain a closeness that is felt by us all as we share our experiences, challenges and the good times.
The advice is better than anything you could ever pay for as it comes from the women who have actually been there and done that.
It’s like a wiki how for RVing but better, There is a camaraderie felt by these RVing women, even though they are 32,000 strong and that is only one of the many groups of RVing women that is available to join.
There are CAMPOUTS where members meet in different States and meet other women campers where they enjoy friendship and fellowship.
They enjoy activities like boating, fishing, hiking, they have potluck dinners, games, Happy Hour and Breakfast Round the Campfire. We are RVing for women.
So if you have ever considered the RV lifestyle you now know that there is a network of women who can answer RV questions, offer advice and best of all offer friendship.
Thanks for taking time out of your day to read my post. If you have any questions or comments I would love to hear them, just leave them below.