Indianapolis Monthly

Road Rage

THIS PAST SUMMER, some friends of mine sold their house, bought an RV, and hit the road. As I write this, on a cold and cloudy Indiana day, they’re camping in New Mexico, where it is 80 degrees and sunny. I’m following their exploits on Facebook and hating them more each day. Worse, they are my age and now retired, something I won’t be able to do for another five years, since I made the brilliant decision to pick the one pastoral job in America, Quaker ministry, that doesn’t come with a pension.

A home on wheels is a distinctly American invention. When Europeans were building stone houses to last for centuries, Americans

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