BANGOR, Maine — When Pat Guerard was preparing to retire last year from her 20-year career as a patient advocate with the Connecticut Department of Mental Health, she realized she’d been so busy working and living life that she barely knew a soul in the community she had called home all that time.
“I looked around and said to myself, ‘This isn’t where I want to live long-term; it isn’t my tribe,’” she said. So Guerard — 62, twice-divorced, solvent and in good health — decided to embark on a journey of self-discovery.
She hit on the idea of buying a used recreational vehicle and hitting the open road.
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