Will two more years of RV travel turn a reluctant RV wife into a minimalistic nomad at last?
In this follow-up to her award-winning memoir The Reluctant RV Wife, Gerri Almand hits the road with her excited husband once again. After arguing about whether to live in the RV full-time for two years, they return to the open road to find their answers.
The couple encounters more than a few hiccups during their quest, including unexpected challenges, bizarre situations, unusual people, and a whole lot more. Home Is Where the RV Is provides readers with day-to-day life and hilarity that might just send experienced RVers into gales of laughter while providing non-RVers with an entertaining glimpse into the growing U.S. obsession with RV living.
This true story reveals one woman’s struggle with retirement, aging, and an ever-changing world. While not an easy battle, Gerri’s search for the courage to change will inspire readers to follow their own dreams, whether it involves RVing or some other lifestyle change.
What Others Are Saying (about The Reluctant RV Wife):
When his RV dream rear-ends her perfectly mapped-out retirement, navigating through their travails and travels - in life and on the road - spins a romantic and humorous adventure. - Doreen Orion, author of Queen of the Road
Page Count: 258
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Imprint: Brown Posey Press