Meet the Mooneys!

Michael, Christi, Trinity, and Avery

Lilith

     Our Story

The Mooney family is a traveling family of four and one dog (Lilith).  We are collectively known as, the D20Nomads.  We made the lifestyle change to full time RVing in the spring of 2015.  We are a homeschooling, wide open adventuring, free-thinking kind of family who want to explore and experience the land around us.  We are a younger family taking this journey and have learned so much about life we were missing before.  We are always looking for new ideas and chances to grow, not only as people, but also our knowledge.  The Mooney family enjoys all things geeky and sci-fi; from shows and movies to games of all kinds, we enjoy having as much fun as we can.  We want to travel all around the country and eventually throughout Canada, Central, and South America.  We are willing and able to take on all kinds of work and certainly do not mind getting our hands dirty.  Customer service, cleaning, office work, hosting, arts and crafts and even a little maintenance and cooking are some of the skills we bring with us and are offering to you.


Michael I spent five years in the Navy as part of the navigation team on a submarine.  After leaving the military, I went on to get my teaching degree and taught in the Georgia public school system for three years before deciding to pursue alternative education positions and ideas.  I have a passion for history and passing that passion on to others because it is important to know where we came from to understand where we are going.  I am a jack of all trades and seem to learn new skills every day.  Some of those skills include small carpentry jobs, minor plumbing and electrical, strong computer and customer service, outstanding attention to detail and organization.

Christi I spent nine years in the Army National Guard working as a heavy equipment operator.  I also worked in the construction industry as a purchasing agent, negotiating contracts and maintaining budgets for seven years.  My strong budgeting skills can rival any bookkeeper.  After the birth of our second child, I opted to stay at home with the kids.  During this time, I became heavily involved in non-profit organizations working as an events coordinator and a children’s club director.  I have a passion for crafting, especially working with polymer clay, crocheting, and dabbling in other creative mediums.  My can do attitude is my strength and I use it everyday.

Trinity Trinity is 10 years old.  She is a social butterfly and loves meeting new people.  She has a passion for nature, animals, and science.  She loves riding her scooter, hiking through the woods or just hanging out in the RV watching movies and playing games.

Avery – Avery is 8 years old.  She loves anything logic oriented, especially puzzles and games.  She also enjoys asking questions about everything, running, and playing with her stuffed animals.

The Mooney family would love to help out and bring their ever expanding knowledge and experience to your location!  Please contact us by phone, 229-561-4687/229-588-1013 or by email,  d20nomads@gmail.com if you have any questions or need any further information.  Thank you for reading about us and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

  • The D20Nomads were featured in the March/April 2017 issue of Workamper News magazine. 

Our Rolling Canvas

Our Home

FlÓki is our 26 foot class C motorhome.   He has no slides and works on a 30 amp service.  We decided to create a very unique home to reflect our unique personalities. We add new art work to him frequently which means there is something new to discover every time you look at him.  It’s always nice to tell someone who might be looking for us, “you will know us when you see it”.


Workamping Experience

River Park RV Park – Valdosta, GA – Primary responsibilities – cleaning larger bath house and laundry room daily

Contact : Ann Williams – Phone: 229.244.8397


Amazon Camperforce – Campbellsville, KY – (Twice) Primary responsibilities included working in the fulfillment center stowing, picking, and packing customer orders.

Contact: Kelly Calmes – Email: kcalmes@amazon.com – Phone: 270.849.2602


Aramark – Surprise, AZ – Primary responsibilities included working a concession stand at a baseball stadium.  Functioned as lead cashier in charge of a team of people as well as being responsible for collecting, balancing, and depositing the money each day.

Contact: Danny Tabuchi – Email: tabuchi-danny@aramark.com – Phone: 623.222.2381


Adventureland Amusement Park – Altoona, IA – Primary responsibilities included working the various rides in the park, customer service, and safety.  Functioned as both operator and assistant at big and small rides throughout the park.

Contact: Gary Pardekooper – Email: hr@adventurelandpark.com – Phone: 


Camp Gulf RV Park – Christi’s primary responsibility included working the front desk and store handling a busy phone system and assisting guests with questions, purchases, reservations, check in, and general customer service.  She has extensive knowledge of the Astra campground manager program as it pertains to reservations.  Christi was also responsible for keeping a cash drawer balanced as well as daily deposits and filing.  Michael’s primary responsibility was beach patrol which included greeting the guests, escorting them to their site and assisting in parking the rig.  He also worked closely with the guests addressing any problems or issues that came up during their stay.  Michael was also responsible for park security, opening and closing duties, the honey wagon, filling propane, and general park beautification.

Contact: David Campbell – Email: customerservice@campgulf.com – Phone: 877.226.7485

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