Lynne came from a small western city in Alberta, Canada to the big city for find work and adventure.
She found Fred and together they started their lives of adventure going ‘Back-to-the-Land’ in Cape Breton in 1969.
In 2001 Lynne took a two year sabbatical from her
work as a independent Human Resource Consultant to become a turtle and explore North America in their Recreational Vehicle. She never looked back.
Lynne started her writing career by creating a Photo Journal Web Site (before Blogs). She has had a number of articles published in various RV magazines, the Canadian Stories magazine and currently edits a newsletter for a group of writers (Penwheels)who belong to the Escapees RV Club.
Lynne considers the RV as their home but spends some time in their expensive storage unit Condo in
She can be reached at email@example.com
"Jacob's Tails"-a collection of stories with over 50 photographs highlighting the adventures of Jacob (the eldest dog)and his humans, Lynne and Fred over seven years going back-to-the-land in the 60s and 70s. Armed with how-to books and little experience: they had chickens that wouldn't lay; a goat that wouldn't milk; and a horse that avoided work. They built a dome; used wind power and survived.