Come Along With Me

It was a bucket list trip for me: driving my RV to Alaska and back.  I fulfilled this dream in the summer of 2019.  Now, I’m off on other trips.  So, follow me here on this blog as I drive my truck, Rory, and go on adventures!

I left Indiana at the end of May in 2019 and got back at the end of August.  For 2021 I’m headed to the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  After that, I’m going to Colorado, Utah, and Arizona.   It should be an amazing trip!!

Log…No, I mean BLOG


Hi everyone.  I’m Andrea, and I’m a Pediatric Pulmonologist in Indianapolis.  I was born and raised in Washington state–the eastern side most people don’t know about.  I graduated from high school in Spokane and left to go to upstate New York for university, then headed to western Pennsylvania (Go Pens!) for medical school.  In 1996, I started my pediatric residency in Indiana and I’ve been a Hoosier ever since.

My parents owned a trailer; my dad lived in it while building roads in remote areas of eastern Washington, northern Idaho and western Montana.  I have great memories of picking huckleberries and learning to ride a dirtbike while at a campground.  And it wasn’t just trailers: I loved sleeping in tents as well.  One of my favorite vacations was tent camping my way from Spokane to Washington, D.C. with my college friends Mike and Brian.  We had a blast in Yellowstone and many other places along the way.

But, tent camping is not so fun when you’re middle aged.  So, in 2015 I bought my first trailer, pictured above in Charlestown State Park (southern Indiana), and my first Superduty truck, an F-250 I named Bruce.  I’ve been enjoying RVing ever since.  Bruce has been replaced by an F-350, Rory, and I now have a fifth wheel, which is much easier to tow.

Contact Me

Please feel free to send me an email!  I have Verizon, which I’m told has great coverage–for the most part.  However, there are definitely many areas I’ll be in that won’t have cell service or WiFi, so if I don’t answer quickly, please pardon the delay.