Stephanie and Bryan Fritz, Colorado natives, were a bit ahead of the curve when they sold their home and belongings three years ago. They opted for an alternative lifestyle and purchased a recreation vehicle (RV) to gallivant around the country and work along the way.
“Our children went off to college, and we decided to get rid of all our stuff and shed the suburban culture. We downsized and simplified our lives, while able to remain near family,” says Stephanie, from her 41-foot-long 5th wheel (towed by a pickup truck), with 382 square feet of living space.
Stephanie and Bryan are both in their mid-40s. Stephanie works as the associate coordinator for Christian formation for the Presbyterian Mission Agency headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. Bryan is a manager for Life Safety Services, located in Louisville, whose position requires him to travel around the country….