Beginning today, longtime RVer and writer Julianne Crane will be overseeing the Women RVers blog.
(Previous editor Andrienne Kristine retired from active RVing in 2010 -- See 'From RVing woman to RVing woman advisor')
Julianne began writing about RVing in the 1980s when she lived in the Seattle area and owned a "grossly under-powered" Toyota Dolphin class C motorhome. Between 2003-2007, she wrote a weekly RV lifestyle column and blog for The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash. In 2008 she started publishing RV Wheel Life online. Currently, she also contributes weekly to RV Short Stops.
Julianne and her partner, Jimmy Smith, recently completed a six-month trip circumnavigating the USA in a truck and 8.5-foot camper. Their homebase is in Eastern Washington.
Julianne is always interested in sharing stories about women who love RVing, contact her at WomenRVers@gmail.com.
Photo: Julianne Crane on the Nez Perce National Forest in Idaho. (Jimmy Smith)