Linda from Kansas only purchased her small, newer trailer named 'Madame Butterfly' earlier this summer and has already pulled it to Virginia, the Carolinas, Alabama, up to Illinois and will continue on to Wisconsin and Michigan.
Cindy and her husband run a restaurant near St. Louis and since it's difficult for them to be gone at the same time, she often camps alone. She said she has three trailers at home but brought a tent on this trip, along with three teenaged girls. How brave is that?
I also met a woman who flagged me down because of my very cool bike. :-) She was not a glamper but had driven from Massachusetts to Oregon and was on her way back. Her 13-year-old daughter had accompanied her but had to be flown home in time for a music camp. She was tent camping.
So now we are back home for two days to clean and wash and restock and then off to Shady Creek on the Mississippi.
A couple of writing notes: I just posted a final revised version of the book trailer for Lady of the Lake because of the cover changes: http://youtu.be/bmJ06foWlFA
And I am well into a new non-Frannie book about a vintage trailer that is a time travel portal and having lots of fun with it. Watch for it!