From the bloggers at The Lady is a Tramp.
When I announced to friends, family and coworkers last year that I was going to be a solo RV traveler, I sensed that their ensuing trepidatious questions revealed their own fears and misgivings.
A friend who finds it hard to ask for help wanted to know what I would do in the event of a roadside emergency. Another who tends to expect the worst in people inquired about my personal safety. And more than one shy person asked, “Won’t you be lonely?”
I knew solo travel would bring its share of challenges, but loneliness was not one I considered; I am loquacious and outgoing, and when I am alone, I am rarely lonesome.
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