ONTARIO – Every morning, Tiana Gutierrez-Costante wakes up at home, in a 32-foot travel trailer.
She takes her five dogs outside, fills the water tank, and prepares breakfast – pancakes, eggs, a strawberry or banana smoothie.
Outside, her children play in a dip of green grass, and beyond that, 166 other RVs line up neatly into the distance.
Gutierrez-Costante is one of the million Americans who live full time in RVs. Her neighbors in Ontario’s River Point RV Park are diverse: some are travelers in million-dollar RVs, others narrowly escaped homelessness.
“I think the misconception that people have is that it's like, the worst way of life,” said Gutierrez-Costante. “But you get all walks of life. This is actually a very beautiful way to live.”
The Gutierrez-Costantes prepare for an evening of . . .