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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Monday, November 17, 2008

My World Tuesday - The gypsy life



Columbia River & Bridge to Hood River, Oregon

The cash award I received allowed me to buy my first RV, a slide-in cabover camper for my old Ford and resume the gypsy life...(read more here)

12 comments:

ewok1993 said...

thank you for the cyber rv tour, i completely enjoyed myself.

i'll take your tour next week too :)

Migs CFL fan said...

Fascinating shots. Thanks for sharing!

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Greyscale Territory said...

Love your gypsy life! i am dreaming right along with you!

Arija said...

So many mangical photos in your post. That dune really sings to me, there is something about a windswept dune undisturbed by humans. Great trip down the coast. In 1976 we drove cross Canada from Montreal o Vancouver and down the west coast to San Francisco. That was some trip as we were restricted for time and had an old bomb held together with chewing gum. Whenever we sprung another leak, the kids had a lot of chewing to do!
There is just so much to see and experience in North America.

Cheryl said...

My students go down to the dunes on weekends. I haven't been there myself yet. I need to take a trek down to the Salton Sea and beyond! Thanks for sharing!

The Good Life in Virginia said...

i think the sand dunes my favorite and then the oregon coastline...

have a great week gaelyn...hope you are doing better :)

Erin

Kathiesbirds said...

Sure seems like you get around. Like the sand dunes photo and the Salton sea.

Jan said...

Very interesting. I've seen the US, from a car and/or truck, there's nothing like it. Your photos are wonderful.

Lifecruiser said...

It sounds so great, I wish I had done something like that. Such a freedom instead of working like a slave like I did.

Love that sand dunes photo - I didn't know that there were any over there. How little did I know!

Karen said...

Love the photo of your truck camper at Joshua Tree. This story of yours is fascinating!

April said...

Beautiful scenery along the Oregon Coast, and the desert looks very pretty. Those are some huge boulders you're camping beside. Very nice virtual road trip and lots of great memories for you!

Bernie Krausse said...

It's wonderful that you are truly Living the Life that You Love. Keep on Living in the Moment, allowing you to see with fresh eyes and true Inspiration.

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