Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim: From Corporate Lawyer to Airstream Nomad

What a delight to read the journey of Linda Rozell’s pilgrimage while traveling in her Airstream.

The mixing of her travel observations along with her spiritual reflections is a refreshing approach to documenting the the nomadic lifestyle.

Christians and non-Christians alike with find this book an enjoyable read.



Three years ago, Lynda Rozell sold her house, quit her job, and began living on the road full-time in an Airstream travel trailer that she tows with a RAM 1500 truck.

This book chronicles Lynda’s transformation from her previous life to that of a Tin Can Pilgrim, including her ongoing spiritual growth and the practical skills she has acquired to live in and tow her Airstream trailer.

Lynda seeks to live out her Christian faith in her ordinary, everyday life as she travels around the country visiting campgrounds, RV resorts, parks, and religious sites. Through engaging stories, she invites others into the communities she has found on the road and shares the beauty of Creation and spiritual signposts that continue to lead her to radical trust in God.

About Lynda Rozell

After practicing law for many years at a private firm in Washington, DC., Lynda Rozell sold her house, quit her job, and began living on the road full-time. Three years later, she continues to travel with her trusty Airstream trailer, her Ram 1500 truck, and her small dog Penny. Before embarking on her Airstream journey, Lynda lived in New York and moved to Virginia where she also worked at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC. and for a non-profit as a project manager and in-house counsel.

On her nomad pilgrimage, Lynda writes and gives talks around the country. She also provides counseling outreach, and volunteer services wherever she roams. Her travel blog,, chronicles her adventures, provides RV’ing tips, and shares reflections about the religious sites, parks, and areas of natural beauty she visits.