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Ramblings: Tales from Nomads – The Mutiny

Meet Clark & Lynn

Clark & Lynn of Tales from the MutinyAfter a 20 year career in law enforcement, Clark decided to take retirement the day he qualified for it – at the age of 50.

He and his wife Lynn got rid of their house and bought an RV to live in at a local campground for a year before the big retirement day.

They officially hit the road in October 2012.

They share about picking out an RV, adjusting to a small space, making an RV feel like home and share some of how they live within their fixed pension income while feeling abundant in their travel experiences.

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Update to this story

We filmed this story in June 2013, and just spent a month as neighbors with Clark & Lynn in Cedar Key, FL this winter.  We’re happy to report they’re still loving RVing and have no plans to end anytime soon. Lynn has started reviewing yoga studios she visits during her travels.

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Meet some of the other nomads we’ve interviewed in this series:

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Stay tuned.. more nomads coming soon!

Ramblings: Tales from Nomads is intended to introduce you to some amazing people who are living life on their terms by traveling full time.

We started filming this series in 2010, and it keeps growing and growing!  We now have over 20 episodes produced, and many more filmed.

In this video series, you’ll meet some diverse and inspiring nomads we’ve had the pleasure of spending time with. They all have one thing in common – they’re not waiting for a traditional retirement to pursue their dreams of perpetual travel.

The entire video series can be explored at: https://www.technomadia.com/ramblings

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  1. We really enjoy your Nomads series, all of you look so young! Since we are in our late 60s,I guess you guys are young to us. We have been rving/camping for eleven years now, but still have our home and family here in SC. We have stayed a few weeks at Sunset in Cedar Key in April, and it is a wonderful place. Question — How do all of you manage with health care while living 100 percent of your time on the road, especially with this new Obamacare legislation?

    Dee Tillotson
    Summerville, SC

  2. Hi Cherie and Chris you have become very popular, we have followed your site now for 4 months and are in the process of liquidation and want to hit the road this fall.Your web page have been extremely helpful in our planning for our new life!We have been camping our whole life and have always loved the people we meet on the road so it makes sense that this lifestyle is for us.I feel more and more free as we get rid of everything and have become dept free.We are in our late 40’s and I am now retired with Mel working part time,so we are getting close.I just want to thank you for all you offer on your site and hope to bump into you someday!Ps. I’m a hell of a good mechanic when it comes to rv’s

  3. Cherie, as always thank you for sharing. Your posts are always interesting. I’m not a RV person but who knows someday I might be and in my younger years 1960’s and 70’s I was on the road. Before the internet. Happy trails and best wishes. Cheers, Michael in Montana

  4. Our time is getting closer to being a reality ..just have to sell the house and organize my paper flower business to take it on the road..Stories like these give us drive and excitement about our soon to be adventure.

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