Meservey native embarks on new adventure starting in Sheffield

Jamie Peters poses with her dog Otis outside of her camper in Galvin Park in Sheffield, where she is the campground host for the summer. PHOTO COURTESY OF JAMIE PETERS

Jamie Peters has never been a conventional girl. The self-declared tomboy — who grew up just outside of Meservey, and attended high school in Sheffield — is not scared of hard work (as a result of her rural upbringing on a small farm), loves motorcycles and has worked as a refinish technician painting cars at Hawkeye Auto Body in Mason City for the last 10 years.

That pattern of unconventionality only continued when Peters decided to throw caution to the wind, sell the house she used to own in Dows, buy a Dutchmen Voltage Toy Hauler camper, live on a set of wheels permanently and start a new adventure as the campground host for Galvin Memorial Park in Sheffield this summer.

Read the full article in the July 13 edition of the papers.