After Deonne Kahler finished grad school she decided it was time to fulfill a long-held dream: buy an RV and travel the country. Deonne did the research, then bought a Scamp, a 13’ wonder outfitted with a tiny bathroom and kitchen – perfectly sized for one smallish traveler, totally self-contained, and easy to pilot. Aside from the discoveries and good times that come from traveling U.S. highways and back roads, Deonne most loves talking to people she meets along the way. Red state or blue state? Blue collar, white collar, or no collar at all? Dogs or cats? No matter. As Depeche Mode sagely noted, People are people. Sure, we have our differences, but Deonne believes we share common ground as well. We do, don’t we? Share common ground, despite what the media might have us believe? Deonne aims to keep asking the question, and sharing what she experiences on the journey – the beautiful landscapes, wacky roadside attractions, and spectacular diversity that are the United States.
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