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A restless sixty-nine year old, Sharon Waters buys an RV, leaves everything behind except her devoted pets, and embarks on a solitary journey akin to the proverbial wandering in the desert. Her three-year trip along harrowing highways and in freezing parking lots tests her strength, ingenuity, and resilience. She digs deep into her personal marrow, meets many, and learns m A restless sixty-nine year old, Sharon Waters buys an RV, leaves everything behind except her devoted pets, and embarks on a solitary journey akin to the proverbial wandering in the desert. Her three-year trip along harrowing highways and in freezing parking lots tests her strength, ingenuity, and resilience. She digs deep into her personal marrow, meets many, and learns much along the way, but mostly it’s a search for herself. This inspiring memoir relates a wealth of practical knowledge and tells a cautionary tale for those new to RV travel. For more experienced travelers, she shares familiar insights as well as ordeals they may wish to avoid. Throughout her venture, the author is comforted by her steadfast companions, two Schipperke dogs, Magic and Cricket, and a cat named Milo. By the end of her journey, Ms. Waters finds that for all her focus on RV improvement and maintenance, it’s her self-esteem and confidence that gain the most from her challenging odyssey. Her quest becomes less about a place as destination, and more about achieving a peaceful state of mind.


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A restless sixty-nine year old, Sharon Waters buys an RV, leaves everything behind except her devoted pets, and embarks on a solitary journey akin to the proverbial wandering in the desert. Her three-year trip along harrowing highways and in freezing parking lots tests her strength, ingenuity, and resilience. She digs deep into her personal marrow, meets many, and learns m A restless sixty-nine year old, Sharon Waters buys an RV, leaves everything behind except her devoted pets, and embarks on a solitary journey akin to the proverbial wandering in the desert. Her three-year trip along harrowing highways and in freezing parking lots tests her strength, ingenuity, and resilience. She digs deep into her personal marrow, meets many, and learns much along the way, but mostly it’s a search for herself. This inspiring memoir relates a wealth of practical knowledge and tells a cautionary tale for those new to RV travel. For more experienced travelers, she shares familiar insights as well as ordeals they may wish to avoid. Throughout her venture, the author is comforted by her steadfast companions, two Schipperke dogs, Magic and Cricket, and a cat named Milo. By the end of her journey, Ms. Waters finds that for all her focus on RV improvement and maintenance, it’s her self-esteem and confidence that gain the most from her challenging odyssey. Her quest becomes less about a place as destination, and more about achieving a peaceful state of mind.

30 review for Three Years in a Walmart Parking Lot

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sally Roberts

    Just love it every about it.I also have a Rv and don’t do much with it.This is inspiring to try ,what she accomplished. Thank youPeople I know that think like I do about RVs nothing needed to change in the book needed I also would love for her to write about her adventures after selling the RV.It is hard to come up with additional words because I said everything that I can think of no changes I liked it the way it was it was right on she was very down to earth just like us asked me my husband and Just love it every about it.I also have a Rv and don’t do much with it.This is inspiring to try ,what she accomplished. Thank youPeople I know that think like I do about RVs nothing needed to change in the book needed I also would love for her to write about her adventures after selling the RV.It is hard to come up with additional words because I said everything that I can think of no changes I liked it the way it was it was right on she was very down to earth just like us asked me my husband and myself and our two dogs and one cat only we have not got to travel yet and we are in our 70s

  2. 5 out of 5

    D

    Interesting, probably self-published book, about the author's three-years living in an RV with her two dogs and a cat. She stayed in Walmart Parking Lots when she could and spent as little money as possible. This book was interesting and and a quick read. It had a lot of details on RV maintenance and repair and convinced me that I never, never, never want to live full-time in an RV. I hope that Ms. Waters found her perfect home. Thanks for sharing your three year adventure. Interesting, probably self-published book, about the author's three-years living in an RV with her two dogs and a cat. She stayed in Walmart Parking Lots when she could and spent as little money as possible. This book was interesting and and a quick read. It had a lot of details on RV maintenance and repair and convinced me that I never, never, never want to live full-time in an RV. I hope that Ms. Waters found her perfect home. Thanks for sharing your three year adventure.

  3. 5 out of 5

    LL

    Not bad The authors adventure and experiences in RV living for three years in Wal-Mart parking lots is quite a tale , she did well and survived on her own at a senior age, what more could you ask? The book was a little wordy and seemed to jump back and forth in places. But hopefully the author is well and still thriving with her dogs. Good luck.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Carol Rode

    Great book I loved this book. Her travels were fun to read about. Her problems, something that all RV' ers have The places she visited. The fun times and the bad. When she lost her cat and was so happy when she found him. I to am a cat person and my heart broke when Milo disappears. Her limited budget. A wonderful book. Great book I loved this book. Her travels were fun to read about. Her problems, something that all RV' ers have The places she visited. The fun times and the bad. When she lost her cat and was so happy when she found him. I to am a cat person and my heart broke when Milo disappears. Her limited budget. A wonderful book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Norma Meeder

    Best book ever! This book was a nice surprise..I hada hard time laying it down once I started reading..She made me wish I had the nerve to try something like this.I lived inmy moterhome but never traveled in it.She is a brave person.I am glad she did it,now she can relax And enjoy the rest of her life.I just love this life.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aaron H

    Thank God for a mature woman Loved book. It freed my spirit. Identified with the author and her pets. Her strength and intellect led her to try a different life which led her to know herself and experience 3 years of living in an RV. I am going to read it again!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Terry Martin

    Interesting take on on self healing. This is a very compelling account of what it's like to just take a time out from the stresses of every day life and try a different approach to your on happiness. Interesting take on on self healing. This is a very compelling account of what it's like to just take a time out from the stresses of every day life and try a different approach to your on happiness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Jenkins

    The book was fast reading. It was quite repetitive. I just didn't Lear much from it. The book was fast reading. It was quite repetitive. I just didn't Lear much from it.

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    Anne Ward

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  18. 5 out of 5

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    patricia bulhack

  28. 5 out of 5

    Linda mason

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joanne K. Malbone

  30. 5 out of 5

    Julie Swanson

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