Tuesday, April 03, 2007

A single life on the road

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury bumped into full-time RVer Betty Chase in Quartzsite, Arizona, where he sat down with her in her motorhome to talk about her life on the road as a single, woman RVer.
Here is a brief excerpt of what she had to say.


  1. Way to go Betty!! I'm just going to get started (retirement) I've camped for years and I am so looking forward to getting out there. Are there any sites, blogs, chats that you recommend for single women to discuss camping, the road, things to see and do?

  2. I too would like any information for full time single RV ladies! Buying my 37' Class A motorhome within 90 days and hitting the road!

    Any scuba Diver ladies out there? Drop me a hello and say HI!


  3. Both ragamuffin01 and scuba gal are invited to the RVing Women section on the RV Travel Forum any time. This summer, I'll be in ID, WA, OR, PA, MI, WI, MN, ND, IA, IN and CA.

    I've been scuba diving since 1977. My favorite dive spots are Moorea and Truk. How about you?

  4. So.Calif Corona. Empty nester researching. Ready for a change!
    Any comments appreciated.

  5. Adrienne...sorry I missed you in stockton..I was only able to get in one day, but it was great. I have been planning for two years to go fulltiming..but life keeps getting in the way...house didn't sell...mother very ill.
    Sooooo much information on the ineternet; conferences, seminars, rallies, festivals, workamping. I just have to be patient and flexible and maybe stay local for a while and keep looking on the internet. I am pretty computer challenged, but my son will get me set up with a lap top. I already belong to Escapees and Rving Women. Great support. Certainly a Life on Wheels seminar is high on my list of things to do for myself. I live in Red Bluff, CA and can hardly wait to hit the road! Thanks for sharing information and support.

  6. Moscow, Idaho isn't that far from Red Bluff and they're still taking reservations. If you can possibly make it there, you'll have a great time and learn a lot.

  7. Don't forget the clubs with both men and women such as Loners on Wheels, Inc. There are chapters all over the states and Canada which meet monthly at various locations. There is a monthly newsletter to keep track of meetings, rallies and general news. see lonersonwheels.com fyo