Just like a good idea in a comic strip, it all started with a light bulb.

“It might be the most expensive light-bulb ever,” said Anita S. Henehan, whose small purchase 10 years ago prompted her to sell her home in Ladue and begin a four-year odyssey in a 42-foot recreational vehicle.
In 1990, she remarried. She and her husband, Paul Henehan, began bicycling. In 1995, they bought a small pull-along trailer so they could go to out-of-town rides without worrying about lodging.

“So when we got back from a trip, we stopped into an RV dealership to get a little bulb for the trailer bathroom. The next thing we knew, we were selling the house with a pool and an acre of ground and pretty much everything we owned to buy a 42-foot Holiday Rambler Navigator.”

For the next four years, the couple were full time RVers with no fixed address and spent their time crisscrossing the United States. Realizing they needed a place to receive mail, they bought a townhouse in St. Louis and settled down, a bit.
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