Steven Fletcher Full Time RVer

Steven L Fletcher

Full time RVer, web
designer, and columnist.

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My Wood Carvings

My Stained Glass

USS Weiss APD 135

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Home Is Where We
Park Our House


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Welcome to Steven L Fletcher's web siteHello, thanks for visiting my web site! My name, if you haven't figured that out yet, is Steven Fletcher.

I'm a full time RVer and truly love the RVing lifestyle and RV travel. When we're not traveling, I can hardly wait to hit the road. I know full timing is not for everyone, and I can't really explain why, but I really like living in an RV. I think it's mostly the feeling of freedom it gives me.

While we travel, my wife Fran Crawford and I keep a travelog which we post to our HomeIsWhereWeParkOurHouse web site and also email to a list of family and friends.

I like to read RV books and have compiled a list of recommended reading. If you're just getting into RVing, or even if you are a veteran, these books have a lot of good information and some are even fun reading.

I like doing my own RV repair and maintenance. I have earned four service technician certificates from Dometic by completing a correspondence course. I've posted some of the maintenance tips I've accumulated over the years to this site:

From the year 2000 to late 2004 I was writing a column called Curbside for RV Companion magazine. The original publishers sold it and soon thereafter it went out of publication. A lot the material from my columns found a home at

We are members of the Escapees Club, Good Sams and Coast to Coast. Our home park is Royal Oak Resort in Kingsburg, California. We recently became members of Thousand Trails.

I started woodcarving thanks to a fellow full timer RVer Bill Buhl. He and wife Nancy were staying with us at Travelhome RV Park in Yuba City. Bill was very helpful in getting me started by loaning tools and patterns and sharing a few of his ruff-outs. I lost a good friend when Bill passed. l miss him but always think of him whenever I'm carving.

I've posted photos of my woodcarvings for you to see.

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