Carole and Scott are from Casselberry FL.
They have been full-timing since 2015. Scott was a police officer and later a college professor in his career days and Carole was a realtor before they hit the road.
They found some information about Care-A-Vanners on an Airstream forum. They saw our post a few weeks ago about the need for volunteers at this build and contacted us to let us know they were going to sign up. We're glad they did and thoroughly enjoyed our time with them. They liked being on the build and said they'd been participating in future builds.
Brenda and Kit are from Gardener Maine.
He was a career social worker and she had a clinical psychologist practice. They are long time Habitat for Humanity volunteers and have been on many oversees efforts building homes with HFH and the Fuller Center out of Atlanta GA.
SKP Saguaro CO-OP where they spend the winter months. While they are on the road, it gets rented out. The facility is part of the Escapees properties throughout the U.S.
The name of their Tiffin Allegro Bay is "BHOWER", which stands for Bigger House on Wheels Includes Everything. Their previous RV as a 5th wheel which they named HOWER.
They are going to be volunteering next week in Brookings SD with another Care-A-Vanner group, then in November will be leading a group from the Fuller Center on a house building project to Sri Lanka. They have been on similar efforts to Nicaragua, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Boliva.
The third couple in the group is David and Jo Ann Lininger.
They left their home in Missouri and have been on the road full-timing almost three years. They have three kids in the surrounding states and I believe they said they have 11 grand children.
Laborers for Christ" and have split their volunteer time over the years between that group and the Care-A-Vanners.
Among their many skills, I think it was Jo Ann who seemed to 'connect' first with the home owners at each house we worked. There were two houses and two families and she befriended both very quickly. It was fun to work along side of them.
From Sioux Falls, they were traveling to the headwaters of the Mississippi River.
We have many fond memories of our time in Sioux Falls!
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!