Saturday, September 19, 2009

Close encounters of the RV kind for PA duo

BANGOR, Pa.—You can't hide from a spouse in a camper. Good thing Jim Caverly and wife Jeanne Meyer-Caverly usually get along so well.

The couple, formerly of Pennsylvania, now of Everywhere, USA, live full time in a recreational vehicle.

"Let me give you a tour," Jeanne, 62, chuckled, "Here's the living room, here's the kitchen. That's about it." She had not moved a step.

A walkthrough bathroom and bedroom in the back completes 320 square feet of living quarters in the 40-foot Country Coach diesel-pusher. The rig was parked on a farm outside Bangor, Pa., about 60 miles north of Philadelphia in the Poconos, while the couple visited family in August.

Alumni of then-East Stroudsburg College about 15 miles farther north, the couple worked and raised three children before retirement. Jim, 66, was an FBI special agent; Jeanne was an elementary teacher. They settled in Ballston Lake, N.Y., about 20 miles north of Albany.

They camped when the kids were young. Vacation time was always too short. They wanted to spend more time in some destinations. Bumping into full-timers in campgrounds helped convince the couple it was the life for them too.
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