The kids had the opportunity to have their first interview about life as a teen, tween while traveling in an RV full-time. I was so curious as to what they said about this lifestyle while I was not listening to their answers. Would they tell him the nitty gritty about how I sometimes wake up late and walk around in my pajamas all day, or get irritated by the camper next door blasting their music?
This article gave me an insight into their life, a positive experience with the editor, Greg Gerber. Here is a great example of Roadschooling, real life opportunities of “education.”
For teens and tweens, RVing involves travail, treasure and travel
By Greg Gerber
Editor, RV Daily Report
It has been more than two and a half years and tens of thousands of miles since the Anderson children lived in a traditional home.
For Elizabeth, 16; Ethan, 14; and Grace, 12, it should seem like a long time. But, to them, it feels like yesterday.
“We have been on the road exactly two-and-a-half years today,” Elizabeth explained while participating in the Fulltime Families rally in Montrose, Colo., in July. “I don’t think anyone really knew for sure, but I went back and researched when we actually started our journey.”
They have been traveling primarily in New England, the Midwest and Southwestern part of America helping their mother, Jema, who transformed the family’s motorhome into a Monarch butterfly mosiac as part of an international art project. To read that story, click here.
“I like seeing all the places we have been,” said Grace. “We’ve been able to visit places like the Grand Canyon and the Statue of Liberty that many kids our age can only see on postcards or over the Internet.”
Elizabeth enjoys the opportunity to try a variety of new things. She’s not afraid to experiment and force herself out of her comfort zone.
“I think RVing has really helped me grow as a person, and it has made all of us…(READ MORE FROM RV DAILY REPORT)