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Michelle came to my place not long after I got out of the hospital. My neighbor laid the electric cord out for her but, it didn't look like she used it. Water was available for her too. Her dog looked like he was enjoying the large fenced in ...
This spot is fantastic. A favorite boondockers welcome site.
Great location and setup. Great host. Highly recommend.
Great spot, great location and great host. Would stay again.
We had a great time with Tjez and enjoyed sharing stories of family and travels with each other. Wonderful guests
Both Melinda and Jim are very kind and gracious hosts. We enjoyed staying at their place and talking with them. Their place is vey spacious, clean and quiet.
We were able to hookup to water, sewer, and electricity while we spent a day at the Alamo and another at the San Antonio river walk. Both were so worthwhile and impressive. One night we went out for Mexican which was tasty and authentic. We made...
We had something in common, Joe Burreaux, yes we spell it that way here. Wonderful couple with nice little doggy just stayed in the driveway a short overnight then headed off to Alabama, but they are welcome back whenever they need a spot to stay....
I can't say enough about the kindness and helpfulness of our fellow members. Everyone was so considerate and helpful. I can't wait to welcome our first guests and start repaying the kindness that's been shown to us.
We boondocked all the way from NE Canada to southern Mississippi using eight sites! The pressure was off, because we knew we had a warm resting place each night. We enjoyed meeting a diversity of hosts. And every host said, "What a great idea -- Boondockers Welcome!"