BoaVida Bullish on Virus Impact
Living in a recreational vehicle might seem like the ideal way to ride out a pandemic—cocooned in your own aluminum box and free to wander. It isn’t turning out that way for Cindy and Doug Creek.
Ten months ago, the couple, both around 40 years old and parents of two children, left Fairbanks, Alaska, and embarked on a freewheeling life as year-round recreational-vehicle nomads. After spending the winter at a KOA campground in Gila Bend, Ariz., they planned a leisurely tour of the American West this summer and fall, featuring stops in Oregon, Colorado and Texas.