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Sunny has been RVing since she was a kid, and she'll show you how to leave the American Dream behind for a more realistic and fulfilling way to live a simpler and less stressful life. Her book is not just filled with good advice, but also offers hope to anyone who wants to live on the road or close to nature but doesn't have the money or know how to get started.
Sunny currently spends half her time as a campground host near a national park in SE Utah. She spends the other half on the road with a menagerie of dogs and cats in a small trailer.
This book covers the following topics:
Do You Have the Nomad Gene?
Should I Do This?
Can I Do This?
Making Great Memories
The RV Life
Do You Have What it Takes to Full-Time?
Is This Lifestyle for You?
How Can You Tell if You'll Succeed as an RVer?
Leaving Your Options Open/Know Thyself
Some Benefits of the RV Life
Some Drawbacks of the RV Life
How to Get Started
Getting Free of Stuff
Getting a Rig
Picking a Home Base
Life on the Road
Is RVing Physically Difficult?
Getting Sick or injured
Work and Money
Where Can I Park?
Will I Be Safe?
On Loneliness and Civilization
Traveling with Pets
Communications and The Internet
Food and Water
Having An Exit Plan
If you enjoy this book, you'll also like Sunny's The Truth About the RV Life and Tales of a Campground Host, also available here on Amazon, as well as Any Road, USA: Living a Life of Freedom on the Road by Sunny's friend Bob Davidson.
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By Tamra D'amore on 06-25-14
Written by a woman but narrated by a man
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Yes, Have a woman narrator. It really makes a difference to me when listening to an audible book to have the same gender as narrator.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Living the Simple RV Life?
When I found out at the end that this was written by a woman. I did not know who Sunny Skye was, I just listened to the book.
Did Richard Henzel do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
Yes however his voice reminds me of films I use to watch in class in public school. I almost did not continue to listen to the book because of this. Made the book more of a textbook instruction than a "story".
Do you think Living the Simple RV Life needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Any additional comments?
The book covered most ins and outs when thinking of full time RVing. It was written well enough, But the narrator was not a good match and gave it a lessor good feeling for me.
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