Tuesday, May 01, 2012

WomenRVers.com editor Julianne Crane shares tips about the RV Lifestyle

WomenRVers.com editor Julianne G. Crane
Julianne's update ... Monday 5/14/2012...thank you everyone who stopped by my booth on Saturday. The number one interest from solo women was how to find other solo women to travel with. 
The groups that I recommended are RVing Women, Wandering Individuals Network, Loners on Wheels, and Escapees RV Club's Singles Birds of a Feather (must be a member of Escapees).
If you have experiences with other groups, please send them along in the 'Comments' section at the end of this post.

WomenRVers.com publisher Julianne G. Crane talked about the RV Lifestyle at the "Celebrate Life Expo" at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center (404 N. Havana St., Spokane).

Julianne has been writing about the recreation vehicle lifestyle since the mid-80s when she owned first small Mini-Winnie motor home. Between 2003-2007, she wrote 'Wheel Life,' a weekly RV column and blog for The Spokesman-Review.

In 2008, Crane began publishing RVWheelLife.com and, in 2011 started contributing to RVShortStops.com. She is currently the RV lifestyle specialist for MotorMatters.biz, an automotive content provider serving the print and online pages of daily and weekly newspapers across the United States. Thousands of her articles and posts have been published in newspapers, magazines and online.

She spends between six and eight months a year RVing North America. In Spring 2012 she returned to Eastern Washington after 'snowbirding' for five months with her partner, Jimmy Smith, in their 29-foot fifth wheel trailer, traveling as far as the Texas Gulf Coast.

The previous winter they spent six months in an 8-1/2-foot truck camper on a 12,000-mile RV trip circumnavigating the USA; during 2009-2010 their three-month, 8,000-mile journey crisscrossed the Southwest.

A number of RVers and 'wannabes' stopped by the "RV Travel Tips" booth on 5/12/12 with questions about Living Life on the Road.

For information on the 2013 Expo, Call (509) 326-1471 with questions. For more information go online to www.ped-spokane.org

 Photo: Julianne G. Crane

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