Finally, the RV book I've been looking for. Well, not quite since as almost everyone has noted it's too short. (Perfectly "good value" at its length for its 99¢ price tag, I just wanted to read more!) For all of the MANY people out there living and traveling in RVs, there is a remarkable shortage of books where people combine their travel stories with the more practical aspects of traveling by RV. Alexis deftly marries the two in this story of her first year as a full-time workcamper. I didn't want it to end and I sure hope she has more books in the works.
I totally enjoyed going through this journey as Alexis shares her adventure and heart! Well written, funny and poignant, I felt I was right there with her. When is Part Two coming?
I really enjoyed this tale and look forward to reading more adventures of CoachLife. RElish the concept of women who have "can do "attitudes while
taking into the account the real danger they might encounter(. A real life adventure that runs the gammet of freedom, need for support, comfort, humor, sadness.)
Loved this read. It really gets you thinking about your own personal dreams and goals and how to ignore those of whom are against it, feed off those who support it and summon the braveness it takes to achieve it. On a more personal level, this read for me served as confirmation that I’m not the only one out there trying to embrace a minimalist lifestyle. It’s very well written and sends a positive message about being true to yourself, living life the way you want, and finding the best in the people you meet along the way and the relationships you develop over time.
I loved this book. It's short and a very easy read, but it's full of interesting experiences of a young woman who leaves her secure home behind and ventures out into the world in her newly purchased recreational vehicle. The reader gets to "travel along" with and share in her many fascinating experiences. Upon finishing the book, I sat back, smiled and wished I could go along on her next great adventure!