From the Back Cover
Overworked and underappreciated? Is your nose sore from keeping it to the grindstone day in and day out? Have you ever been tempted to climb out of your rut and escape the rat race? Nick and Terry Russell did it, and you can too!
Come along for the ride as a pair of overworked baby boomers decide that life is too short for their 75+ hour work weeks, sell off the "stuff" they accumulated over the years, and cram what is left into a motorhome and hit the road! Join them as they wander the highways and back roads of America in search of adventure.
If you've ever wanted to climb out of the rut and run away from the rat race, this is the book that will tell you first-hand what it's like to take the big step. Irreverent, funny, and serious, Meandering Down The Highway is a true look at the RV lifestyle, from the good to the bad.
Learn why our pair of modern day gypsies chose the RV they did, and learned to regret it. Discover the delights awaiting you in small towns, historic sites, and campgrounds around the country, and about the one-million-plus community of fulltime and extended travel RVers and their life on the road.
A compilation of a year's Meandering Down The Highway columns from the Russell's popular Gypsy Journal RV travel newspaper, this is the book you can't miss if you have ever thought there is more to life than hard work and frustration!
About the Author
Nick is the author of Highway History and Back Road Mystery, Meandering Down The Highway - A Year On The Road With Fulltime RVers, Work Your Way Across The USA - You Can Earn A Living And Travel Too!, The Frugal RVer, and the new Big Lake mystery series.