Monday, April 21, 2014

The Little Trailer With the Big History

The Little Trailer With the Big History

While fulltime RVing several years ago, I was often taken by the sight of a small vintage-looking fiberglass travel trailer that had rounded corners resembling those of a bowler derby. It was usually cream or beige colored and was being towed by a car or small truck. I came to know the little trailers as Bolers.
The climate created by the Great 2008 Recession had spawned an appeal for “small” houses, automobiles and RVs. I was definitely not immune.
The Boler seems to this day to be permanently embedded in my pysche. But why? In an attempt to answer the question for myself, I did some research....(read more)

Meet the Wynns

Meet the Wynns   Jason and Nikki Wynn call themselves perpetual travelers and modern day documentarians. In 2010, at 28 years of age, this couple decided to uproot themselves from their successful urban lives in Dallas, Texas to live more authentically as eco-friendly, full-time RVers.

The Wynns early in their marriage decided that the dream of “boy meets girl, couple gets mortgage payment, 60-hour work weeks, two and a half kids, two weeks of vacation a year and if you survive, retire at 60″ sounded exhausting and wasn’t their version of the American Dream.
Why an RV?  (Click above to read more.)