Thank you for stopping by & welcome to our non-traditional life! We are Tina & Craig.
We are two empty nesters living full-time in an RV (fifth wheel) with our two cats. We are living our retirement dream earlier than planned and we love it!
In 2017 we downsized from 4000 square feet to 400. We have always been travel junkies and this RV lifestyle now allows us to be as free as wheel ever be!
Craig works full-time as an Account Manager for a company that manufactures cable assemblies and power cords. He is fortunate to be able to work remotely with some travel in the US so being close to an airport is key! He has a degree from Penn State University in Mechanical Engineering. He grew up in State College, PA.
Tina worked in the financial services industry for over 30 years in various roles – branch management, training & leadership development, retail & business lending, coaching and much more. She currently works on this blog helping others transition to this lifestyle, explore new places, connect with those they love and have no regret.
We spend a lot of time on the east coast visiting family & friends in PA, NC & SC – many times parked in our kids driveways. That helps us stay true to our primary goal in choosing this lifestyle – spend more quality time with those we love. We have 5 children and 5 grandchildren who live in a few different states.
Our secondary goal is to experience all this beautiful country of ours has to offer. We do our best to immerse ourselves in the culture of new places by exploring, eating, drinking and getting to know the locals and what they love about their region of the country.
Our two adventure cats are Tinsley & Carter. Can you guess why we gave them these names? If so, drop us a line because we were definitely meant to be friends! We rescued them at what we believe was 3 months old and they are brother and sister. We had just lost our two older cats within 6 months of each other and needed some positive energy back in the house and we are very thankful these two came along when they did. They had a hard time adjusting to the RV lifestyle in the beginning but now they feel right at home.