Ray and Lorraine Judd of Huddleston returned recently from a two-month trip across the country in a camper van. It was just the two of them, and they spent every night except two in the van. And yes, they are still married. “This wasn’t an RV, but a little van,” said Lorraine. “It’s a good thing we get along well.” The couple knew what they were getting into; it was their second trip across country. “We took the southern route in 1992 and this was the northern route,” she said. The couple retired to the lake in 1990. Ray, a former industrial engineer, and Lorraine, who previously worked in accounting, are both pilots and often fly themselves around the country to visit their six children and five grandchildren. Among the places they’ve traveled to overseas: Spain, Portugal and Hawaii. By far, their favorite place, said Lorraine, is the United States.
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