About the RV Goddess
Much of our young married life was spent overseas, where DT’s job took us to The Philippines and Taiwan for several years. After returning to the United States, we realized we had seen much of the world, but not too much of America. The rest of the world is wonderful, but the beauty of America and the interesting people of our native country needed to be discovered! We knew the best way to see the US would be in a recreational vehicle – the same way I traveled as a kid with my parents.
We have visited 47 states – excluding (obviously) Hawaii, Alaska (soon!) and for some odd reason, Missouri – in our RV. (We are still not sure how we missed Missouri!) We often use our RV to attend track & field events – our big passion – but you can also find us on a hiking trail, on a golf course, in a museum, a farmers market or other sporting events. I am a food and travel writer, specializing in the western United States. My other interests include needlepointing, hiking, golf, and Jimmy Buffett. One of the most important aspects of RV travel we both enjoy is discovering regional food specialties, restaurants, produce and local food purveyors. I love to photograph the food we eat – so there is plenty of evidence as to my figure!
In 2009, I started blogging here at RVGoddess.com – a place where I could be a bit more personal with my readers. I love meeting RVGoddess.com readers, so if you see us on the road, please stop in to say hello.
Bryce Canyon, May 2013