Dreams on wheels…thank you Fleetwood!

After selling our house and deciding to travel for a year the choice to live in a RV of some sort seemed logical…the question was living quarter horse trailer? Fifth wheel? Motor home?

We had owned a living quarter horse trailer years ago when the kids were small but for this adventure, a year on the road, we knew we needed something a bit bigger. Our boys are now at ages 13, 14 and 16 plus two adults….we knew we needed room.

Little did I know when I wrote the blog, pros and cons of buying an RV, that the CFO of Fleetwood would be reading it…and oh, by the way, he shows his horses in team penning and follows me on Facebook!

Lance reached out and offered to give me advice or at least things to consider when looking at motor homes. I love learning so I made the call.

I have been blessed in many ways while doing what I love and this time Fleetwood has been my blessing. After several phone calls Fleetwood decided they wanted to support our adventure.

Right now as I write this I am in a 42 foot American Revolution…my temporary MH (motor home) while Fleetwood is building…yes, building…my Fleetwood Discovery. I’m not telling all the details right now but WAIT ‘TILL YOU SEE IT!

Watch for us and our modern day wagon train coming down a road near you!



  1. Jamie Wohlgemuth on October 6, 2014 at 10:24 pm

    Wouldn’t it be something to see Fleetwood build a custom rig for our family of 14?!?! We have been blessed by adoption and are in the process of starting a therapeutic riding center. I’d love to travel and visit Therapeutic Riding Centers across the country. There isn’t a dull moment around here and these kids’ crazy antics keep me laughing. Add into the mix watching therapy horses transform lives before our eyes and life just doesn’t get any better than this.

    • Stacy on October 7, 2014 at 3:10 pm

      Wow! That would be a big rig…but some of the rock stars have buses that sleep a lot, lol, we could start a whole ‘tour’ together!

  2. Patricia woodruff on October 4, 2014 at 9:34 am

    Stacy & Jesse, I am thrilled for you and the boys to be receiving such a beautiful MH. You deserve it because you and your family give out blessings to all you are in contact with, just from living the good life that you do, therefore the blessings are falling back on you and as you already know, it’s a gift from God.
    Do you ever come to South Jersey? Not too much is going on around here but I was hopi g you could pass through someday.
    I am still waiting for your book and movie about your life and how it all began..Love you all!

  3. Ronald Jackson on October 2, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    For me that would have been a wonderful idea after the kids were grown and gone but when they were younger it would never have worked besides that even the world champions were not making much in the way of money so like so many others I worked my trucking job and trained when not delivering someone’s cattle, today with health problems and a lot of age have given up training and until my health gets better riding, you are a very good trainer Stacey keep going as long as you can.

  4. Martina Braden on October 2, 2014 at 4:09 pm

    Wow!!! What a life!! Enjoy every moment!!!

  5. Suzi on October 2, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    Oh my! Is Fleetwood reading the responses? I’ll promise to write wonderful blogs if they’ll support me to drive around the country with my horse(s)!!

    You are blessed Stacy and family! Can’t wait to see your new ‘home!’

  6. Molly on October 2, 2014 at 10:15 am

    Iowa is waiting to see you!!!

  7. Michael A, Pontes on October 2, 2014 at 9:54 am

    Ride & Roll, the Cowboy Way! 🙂 pickles samantha & Woodrow!

  8. Erica Wallace on October 2, 2014 at 9:30 am

    We would love to have your family stop and send a few days at our place in central Indiana. Check it out at http://www.wildcatcreekhorsepark.com

  9. kainbear on October 2, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Thank goodness you have connections with Fleetwood that look out for your best interest. I own a Fleetwood (purchased May 2013) and have had issues with numerous items since day one. I’m still trying to get some resolution from them to handle them. Love the RV just frustrating to not be able to go somewhere in it without the leveling system no working properly.Maybe you can have your friend contact me.

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