Journeys with a
Tin Can Pilgrim

from corporate lawyer to Airstream nomad

finding joy in everyday life

Lynda Rozell




Live Life Fully and
Change Your Circumstances

Abandon apathy
Find spiritual and emotional renewal
Experience healing and adventure
Discover beauty and the divine in life

Find Joy in Everyday Life

Building Faith

It isn’t about me. It’s about God and developing a close relationship with Him so I can love the people He loves whether they are family, friends, or strangers on the road.

Finding Healing

At your core, you are completely free and whole. The wounds of life, the scar tissue that constricts your free movement, do not define your true self. You can choose to love where there seems to be no love and to receive the love He gives you.

Embracing Adventure

I’m working on my sense of adventure, to be more open to staying at places spontaneously. One of the best features of life as a nomad is that I have wheels. I can leave or stay, altering my plans in a moment. Spiritually, it is a matter of trust that can be rewarded with delightful experiences.

Lynda Rozell - by Renata Grzan Wieczorek

Photograph by Renata Grzan Wieczorek

About the Author

Lynda Rozell

Three years ago, Lynda Rozell sold her house, quit her job, and began living on the road full-time in an Airstream travel trailer she tows with a Ram 1500 truck. Her travel blog,, chronicles her adventures with her small dog Penny, provides RV’ing tips, and shares reflections about the religious sites, shrines, parks, and areas of natural beauty that she visits. Lynda practiced law for many years at a private firm and at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC. Before embarking on her Airstream journey, she worked at a non-profit as a project manager and in-house counsel. Since becoming a nomad, Lynda writes and gives talks, as well as providing consulting, outreach, and volunteer services wherever she roams.

Journeys with a
Tin Can Pilgrim

“Life on the road makes you more fully alive as you are closer to nature, able to see and absorb the beauty of His Creation. You realize that you have that same spirit within you that breathed life into this world.

Whatever the means that opens your eyes, as you see more clearly, you find Him. Trusting Him leads to detachment from things and activities that may be obstacles to a closer relationship. As you detach, you find peace and the promise of joy. As His children, we are all heirs to that joy.”