On this week’s show I interview Suzanne Saunders who is a life long camper. She was first a girl scout and then a family camper in the 1970’s with a Starcraft pop up trailer. When she and her husband Gordon retired they crossed the country several times in their fifth wheel trailer. After losing Gordon nine years ago Suzanne continued her travels as a solo woman traveler in a scaled back Class C motorhome. She visited family and friends along the way and even went to Alaska alone. She did not belong to any women’s travel groups preferring the freedom of an untethered schedule. She is on the show today to share her experiences, wisdom and advice for women facing the question of whether to continue in the RV lifestyle after the loss of a travel partner. Suzanne is a dynamic traveler who has been to 62 countries with more trips on the planning board. In addition to being a terrific role model for Girl Campers of any age, she is my Aunt Sue!
Girl Camper #38: Hope for the RVing Widow
Jun 28, 2016 | 5 comments