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Francesco Pegoretti attends a screening of the Oscars on Monday, April 26, 2021 in Rome, Italy. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino, Pool), APTOPIX

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Sandy Bosley (R) and Kathy Healy (L), members of the RVing Women mid-Atlantic chapter are seen inside their RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Sandy Bosley (R) and Kathy Healy (L), members of the RVing Women mid-Atlantic chapter are seen inside their RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Members of the RVing Women mid-Atlantic chapter walk past a sign placed for the group during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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A woman who is part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, throws pines into a fire pit during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kathy Wardell, a full time camper and member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, poses outside her RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kathy Wardell, a full time camper and member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, poses outside her RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kathy Wardell, a full time camper and member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, poses outside her RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kathy Wardell (C), smiles with other members who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Rue Watson (L) and Sandi Muller (R) who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Members of the RVing Women mid-Atlantic chapter walk past a sign placed for the group during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Myrt Yarbrough a member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, walks with her dog Lucky during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kim Miller a member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, drinks wine during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Kim Miller a member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, drinks wine during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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RVs are parked at the Ramblin Pines Campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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RVs are parked at the Ramblin Pines Campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Myrt Yarbrough a member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, gives a treat to her dog Lucky during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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A member of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women, walks past a "Happy Campers" flag during an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Women who are part of the mid-Atlantic chapter of a group called RVing Women participate in an RV camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)

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Sandy Bosley (L) and Kathy Healy (R), members of the RVing Women mid-Atlantic chapter are seen outside their RV during a camping weekend at the Ramblin Pines campsite just outside of Baltimore in Woodbine, Maryland on April 23, 2021. - The curtain falls on award season with "Nomadland" taking three of the biggest awards at Sunday's Oscars, but for the women whose lifestyle the film portrays, the curtain will continue to rise, quite literally, on the vast American landscape. For Kathy Wardell, a 56-year-old who decided to live full-time in her camper RV beginning in October, that landscape was the semi-rural Ramblin Pines campground in Woodbine, Maryland over Oscars Weekend. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY / AFP)