Settling down was far from our minds after only seven years on the road fulltime RVing. Living on and volunteering for national wildlife refuges for the past few years has instilled in us a love of open spaces inundated with wildlife. But when we found a small affordable house on two acres in lush desert [...]
“Do you live out in the wild?” The fourth grader who asked this as we finished a classroom presentation to prepare his class for their fieldtrip to Imperial National Wildlife Refuge appeared quite serious. We weren’t sure how to handle the question.
Five years of volunteering at national wildlife refuges has brought my husband Chuck and me into contact with many other volunteers whom we’ve enjoyed working with and living near in our RVs.
Our snakes are cold blooded, dependent on Chuck’s traveling zookeeper skills for food, water, housing, and, of course, the proper temperature. Traveling with snakes in an RV requires different procedures from housing them in a stationary facility.