A couple of grizzled old geezers leave for a months-long RV trip in February 2020.
But they are about to hit a bump in the road.
Gerri Almand and her husband Michael have been living part-time in their RV for years. She has gone from a reluctant RV wife to a deep appreciator of the open road, so when it comes time for their next trip, she knows she’s ready.
When the pandemic breaks out, their return home becomes impossible. They must run for their lives to elude the dreaded coronavirus, and they do what any logical senior couple would do…
They sell their home and embrace a full-time RV life.
They spend six weeks in a nudist RV park, chase after Dennis Hopper’s ghost in Taos, deny themselves a Koi fishing expedition in Cripple Creek, learn the art of the ‘wike’ in Leadville, survive a snowstorm outside Colorado Springs, stroll across the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, and nestle in the desert in southern California as the pandemic rages.
Running from COVID in Our RV Cocoon is the humorous true story of one couple’s paradoxical journey of both losing and finding freedom during Covid-19. It is packed with helpful tips to becoming full-time nomads and offers the complicated truths of what it’s like to live in an RV during a terrifying pandemic.
What Others Are Saying:
"Running from Covid in our RV Cocoon is a humorous look at what many of us full-timers have experienced during the pandemic. Almand had the unique experience of being pushed into the lifestyle when the coronavirus erupted and RV travel became challenging. This must-read story will help others find inspiration and community on the road." - Jack Huber, author of RV Life Happens and the Pat Ruger Mystery Series
Running from COVID in Our RV Cocoon is a finalist in CIBA's Uplifting & Inspiring Nonfiction category!
by Gerri Almand
Page Count: 242
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: May 20, 2021
Imprint: Brown Posey Press
TRAVEL / Special Interest / Family
TRAVEL / Special Interest / Senior
TRAVEL / Essays & Travelogues
HUMOR / Topic / Travel
TRAVEL / United States / General