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There are sure to be lots of amazing sights, vacation spots, odd happenings, weirdness and fun.

As amateur RV full timers, I’m betting that there just might be a bit more weirdness than anything else…You certainly don’t want to miss that!

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    1. Well good luck. It will so much fun if you don’t push driving.
      We have decided 2:30 is a nice time to stop. Then you have time to get set up, maybe take a drive around the town, and have dinner while it is light.
      Hope to see you down the trail…camping is wonderful and traveling is the best.

      1. Hi Dianne!

        Thank you so much! And we are definitely taking your advice. We haven’t had to hook up yet in the dark and hope to not have to deal with that. The first leg from Atlanta to Little Rock took nearly 8 hours and totally wiped Dave out. We are going to take it in much smaller doses now with a nice break at each stop. Heck, we have time now, right?

        Thanks for following along!


  1. I can only hope that you bump into Tom Selleck at a KOA or discover a treasury of knitting books somewhere in your travels. Let me know if you decide to travel up to Canada. 🙂

    1. Hi Monica!

      One never knows! I’m in Branson right now doing my best to run into Barry Williams (AKA Greg Brady from the Brady Bunch). A life-long dream, I’m sure!


  2. I’m having trouble signing up for the new traveling sitcom emails. We did the motor home life for five years and loved it and I really am excited to follow you on your journey.

  3. At 84 and retired and after many years of RVing, I can only envy you your travels, treasure every minute and mile. The memories you are making will be priceless later and the educational value is unbelievable. Enjoy!

  4. As a fellow camper, good luck on your new adventure, looking forward to following you and if you ever get to Ohio, would love to see you at our campground. We are only summer campers ! I will private email our camp if you are interested!

  5. Wow! This sounds like such an exciting adventure!! I love hearing how people follow their dreams and goals!! You guys are really going for it!! Congratulations!! I look forward to reading your new posts 🙂

    1. Hi Myhriah!

      Thank you so much for following along! This should be an amazing journey and I am thrilled to be able to share it with everyone! We are headed back to Georgia now to tie up a few loose ends and then we are off to Bar Harbor, Maine in about a week!


      1. Have camped in Bar Harbor Maine and it is a beautiful area, stayed 3months while working as a travel nurse at the hospital. Good luck on your travels and enjoy this beautiful country.

  6. have a great time. i would say i wish it was me, but i am a real homebody. this looks like something that was made for you!

    1. Hi Sandi!

      Thank you so much! I think I used to be a homebody also, but after years of dealing with commuting to work in terrible city traffic, and the whole corporate atmosphere, I can’t wait to hit the road. 🙂


  7. You’re living my dream!! Thank you for the opportunity to “travel along with you”. Best of luck!

    1. Hi Peggy!

      Thanks so much for following along! We are nervous, but very excited to start seeing the country!


  8. I too am having trouble signing up for the new traveling sitcom, is it because I am already signed up for the regular sitcom? So excited for you and your new adventures!

    1. Hi Nancy!

      The system was having issues earlier. Try again, and if you still have issues, I can sign you up from this end! Thanks so much for reading!


        1. Hi Heather!

          Check your email to confirm. I have sent the confirmation to you. If you do not see it in your email, be sure to check you spam folder just in case.

          Thank you so much for following along! It should be an amazing trip!

  9. You are living the life! We (he) retires next year & we will hit the road. Not sure yet if we will sell the house later.
    Trying to subscribe, but it doesn’t seem to like my email this time – ast time it was the spinning wheel of death. Help!

  10. Thank you – it worked! I’m near Ft Leonard Wood & we had some snow too, but I’m ready for warm weather. Branson is beautiful so enjoy it. Go to Springfield if you can – huge Bass Pro shop & great museum across the parking lot.

    1. Hi Liz!

      Thanks so much for following along! You are now subscribed. Check your email to click on confirmation. If you do not see it in your in box, check your spam box just in case.

      So sorry you had issues signing up. Seems that some do and some don’t and the mail service can’t find an issue!

      Suzy Myers

  11. Hi Suzy I have enjoyed your sitcoms, and would like to hear about your new adventures also, but I am trying to sign up on this site, and it won’t let me send it. Could you send a link, or tell me how I
    can receive this sitcom info? Thanks and congratulations on your dream adventure! Linda Wilson

    1. Hi Linda!

      Thank you so much for your kind note! I am so sorry you are having problems signing up! I went ahead and signed up for you using this email address. You will have to verify it. Check your email and just click on the link to verify. If you do not see it in your email box, check your junk email box.

      Thank you for following along!


  12. Hi Suzy & Dave,

    I too had a bit of difficulty getting subscribed. Seems that clicking the “Subscribe” button does little but exercise my index finger. I feel bad that I didn’t get to visit more with you guys at the BootKamp, althoughYoly certainly enjoyed meeting you. I’m enjoying your site here and your narratives of your travels so we want to keep up with your adventures. Our first foray into the travel trailer lifestyle in 2013 took us up to New England in our little T@B and in fact, Yoly and I guest-hosted the “Teardrop Trailer Radio Show” from our camper in Bar Harbor. There are lots of videos from the area on our YouTube channel as well as an older blog (with a link to the radio show) that Yoly may not have mentioned …..

    Yoly & I are looking forward to the Blue Ridge Rally outside of Great Smoky National Park on the 29th and then really eager to get on the road for Lake Tahoe on Cinco de Mayo 🙂

    1. Hi!

      I’m not sure why, but a few folks are having issues with the subscribe button. I need to research that issue this week. In the meantime, I subscribed you. Check your email for the confirmation. If you do not see it in email, check your junk mail box.

      I will definitely look into your older blog! Who knows, we may meet again in our travels!


  13. Hi Suzy,
    I am also having trouble signing up for The Traveling Sitcom. I am excited to read about your travels. We will be heading out West sometime this fall as our youngest grandchild will be entering school so that full time job won’t be there anymore. We will be traveling with our 5th wheel (and our 3 dogs) and plan on taking our time and explore! We have leased a home in Lake Havasu, Az. for 4 months and then explore our way back to Michigan. Will keep reading about your journey!!

    1. Hi Janet!

      Sounds like you have lots of great times planned! Maybe we will run across each other in our travels!

      I signed you up for the Sitcom. Check your email to confirm. I’m so sorry you had trouble signing up. I thought I had it fixed, but apparently it still has issues. Thank you for following along!


  14. We are familiar with all 8 of your gripes and we don’t even get the fun of travel! I grew up living my first 6 years on a sailboat in Florida Keys. Lived with my husband a few years on a fishing trauler in So Cal. Now we are living in a tiny travel trailer in Southern Oregon. The key for me are hanging out with the animals outside a lot! The poop issue is the worst!

    1. Hi Maggie!

      Wow, It sounds like you have definitely taken on the tiny house living trend! LOL! And yes, we hang out a lot outside. But that is the best part of it I think. Seems that when you are working the corporate life and living in a big house that you never seem to spend much time outside enjoying the scenery.

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

  15. We have a fifth wheel, but since I’m still working we haven’t been able to venture far from home. Some day we’d love to take off and go wherever the whim takes us!

    1. P.S. Does leaving this comment get me signed up to this blog? Also, what do you do for TV? We have a Directv satellite dome, but we’ve been told the technology will be discontinued in a few months. It was expensive, so we’re pretty bummed and have no idea what to do to replace it.

      1. Hi Barbara!
        I’m so sorry it has taken me this long to get back with you! I’m finally getting this website caught up. Regarding your first question, you can follow my site by going here: Television is something that we watched way too much of when we were living in a house. It was hard to break the habit, but we just watch what is available where we are. If there is cable, then we use that. We are currently using over the air in Montana. We have discussed purchasing a satellite deal, but then decided that less tv is better for us and we did not want to take on the extra expense. Suzy

    2. Hi Barbara!
      We love the lifestyle and after nearly four years, we still look forward to our next adventure. Maybe we will meet on the road sometime! Suzy

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