Traveling artist Don Dyson roams the country with his family making a living by painting outdoor scenes and selling his paintings as he travels.
A studio motorhome started its travels from Selby, North Dakota, with artist Don Dyson, a landscape painter, at the wheel. Mrs. Dyson and seven children, ranging in age from 9 to 17, accompanied him, in the converted Oneida bus.
When the Dysons pulled up their North Dakota stakes, they had no idea that business would develop among RecV enthusiasts like themselves.
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When they discovered they could buy an original showing the view where they had stayed or stopped, many ordered a painting on the spot.