Dolores Westfall, 79, stands in the doorway of her motor home she calls Big Foot at the Darien Lake theme park camp site in September in upstate New York. The roof leaks, as does the pipes beneath the kitchen sink. Her generator and water pump are failing. Dolores worked overtime all summer to fund repairs, yet the $500 extra dollars were gone, spent on necessities like a pair of sturdy work shoes and a rain parka. Yet she maintains a positive attitude.
Dolores Westfall, 79, stands in the doorway of her motor home she calls Big Foot at the Darien Lake theme park camp site in September in upstate New York. The roof leaks, as does the pipes beneath the kitchen sink. Her generator and water pump are failing. Dolores worked overtime all summer to fund repairs, yet the $500 extra dollars were gone, spent on necessities like a pair of sturdy work shoes and a rain parka. Yet she maintains a positive attitude. Francine Orr TNS
Dolores Westfall, 79, stands in the doorway of her motor home she calls Big Foot at the Darien Lake theme park camp site in September in upstate New York. The roof leaks, as does the pipes beneath the kitchen sink. Her generator and water pump are failing. Dolores worked overtime all summer to fund repairs, yet the $500 extra dollars were gone, spent on necessities like a pair of sturdy work shoes and a rain parka. Yet she maintains a positive attitude. Francine Orr TNS

On the road, way past retirement and chasing jobs

February 06, 2016 05:37 PM