About Us

Thanks for stopping by. We are David and Keng. In July 2016, after having lived in Richmond, Virginia for 12 years, we retired, bought our RVs, sold our house, became full-time RVers, and moved back to the West. Looking back, it was a big leap of faith and we were glad we did. We’re enjoying the mobile lifestyle and slowly exploring this beautiful country. Come along with us.

Where are we now?

We completed our relocation from Virginia to Oregon in July 2016 (read our first blog about it here). We spent the first few months in Oregon to get our RV set up, visit with friends, and enjoy summer and fall in the Pacific Northwest then headed south. We spent the first winter in Desert Hot Springs. Read a recap of our 2016 travel here.

For our current location and where we head next, see this post.

What about our Tiger?

Tiger likes the outdoor.

Tiger likes the outdoor.

One of the things that worried us during the planning for this transition was our cat, Tiger. We adopted him in 2008 and he had been the center of our attention in Richmond since. Tiger is an outdoor kitty which we didn’t think would transition into a traveling cat very well. Besides, with our travel plan it meant we’d be out of the country for an extended period occasionally. Fortunately, we found a good home for him but it wasn’t without issues. All is good now. So the kitty situation turned out to be the best for him and for us.



  1. Hi Keng – Thanks for liking my post on BoondockBob’s blog. In turn, I read your wonderful Alabama Hills blog post and enjoyed especially your photographs illustrating the visual difference between boondocking and staying in crowded RV resorts. With your permission I would like to repost your Alabama Hills piece in my blog and would include a link back to your blog. You can contact me directly at hrvlcontact (at) gmail.com. Thanks and Happy Travels.

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    1. Hi Bob – Thanks for your kind words. We enjoyed our time in Alabama Hills and will definitely go back again. I am happy to have you repost the Alabama Hills article. I found your blog to be enjoyable to read and a great resource especially for me who just started RVing and camping in public lands.

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