As a child I was privileged to have traveled to many states with my parents. Now as an adult, between the Army and and my wife, I have added a few more states and added a few countries as well. I find it fascinating how the earth was formed and how it changes. I also find it interesting how different cultures interact with one another and among themselves. Because of this, Kathy and I have decided to venture out and use my nursing experience to travel as a traveling nurse. This will give us the opportunity to have an income, enjoy traveling, and have the opportunity to see this amazing country and beyond. It will also allow us to see the different cultures and to learn about these cultures in person. This blog is being written so our friends and family have an opportunity to follow along in our journey. It is also designed to answer questions for those seeking information about full-time traveling, travel nursing, or both. We are in no way experts, but we will give an unbiased answer to any questions you may have and if we are unable to provide the answer, we will attempt to direct you in the right direction. Our answers are going to be based on what we have learned, seen and by trial and error. We will also take any meaningful advice from those who have journeyed before us.
I have always had a love affair with anything related to travel. I can't wait to see this great country of ours and all of the beauty that it holds.
Some of the questions I will help answer:
Are you interested in a behind the scenes look into travel nursing?
Ae you planning a vacation and are in need of some information on a particular city or state?
Are you wondering how you can be a Travel Nurse and not have to unpack at each and every location?
Anything and Everything RV related from what RV/Truck works for us to which Campgrounds to pick and many other RV related items.
How having a baby/toddler/preschooler on the road changes things and what life is like while living in an RV.
These are some of the questions that our blog will help answer. I will give advice about the ups and downs of travel nursing and full-time RV'ing, and everything in between. My husband is an Emergency Room RN, and he accepted his first travel nurse assignment in November, 2011. He started out alone and in February of 2014 we joined him on the road. My plan for this blog is to write about our daily life, which will include advice on travel nursing as well as our RV information based on our experiences. I’m hoping that our lessons learned can be passed on to other individuals to help them make a decision on if what we have done will be right for them. Please enjoy looking around we can't wait to read some of your comments or suggestions:)
I'm a 7 year old active little boy that likes riding my bike, exploring, sports and learning new things. Although I can't yet type in the blog I still have plenty to say. My mom will be doing most of the talking for me on what my life is like in a 300 sq foot tin box with my Dad and Mom!! I love being on the road, I mean how many other kids my age are able to go on such a great adventure. Stay tuned and keep reading daily since you never know what I will be up to!!
Sassy is our dog we got from a rescue in Arizona when she was just 9 months old. She has acclimated to our family very well and loves to go on rides and play with Garrett and other dogs. Sassy is 3 years old and her Birthday is May 1. We look forward to many long years with her and having her be a part of our family!!