Originally Posted by Herk7769
...Not sure how a systems analyst works from home (other than using the internet), but a description of what that entails might cue her in on something that will work for her. ...
It's not that hard really. Most systems these days are remote (or virtual) so really it doesn't matter if you're logging in from a laptop sitting in the client's site, connected to their network, or if you're on the same laptop, connected to your phone via hotspot, with a VPN connection into the client's network.
In my case I have the freedom for remote work, but the job also entails a lot of interaction with the client which is just more effective when you're in person.
For the OP, another avenue you might consider is taking local trips. There's been a few times where we've stayed at a park that was close enough for the DW to still commute to work (say 1 hour away or so). And I've read about some seasonal campers who just move in for the summer and commute from there.