We have a space on the side of our garage that runs from the fence line of the back yard to the street. It is a back-in space from the street.
Please no noise after 10pm. We are in a suburban area.
Suburban paved streets, 10 minutes from HWY 61
On-street overnight parking of the rig is over 40 ft (march-November). Otherwise, the tow vehicle can park in front of the rig.
Anything in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding area.
The hosts made sure they were home to help us park and setup. And, of course, this 2020, the year of Covid, so our greetings and reception was distancing outdoors. Nevertheless, we had the sense from the start that the hosts were eager to meet and share stories and future plans. We indeed had a great time sharing.
It was mid October in Minnesota. You might think frost and dreary weather, but, we had delightful weather with peak color change where ever we explored.
On Saturday night, our hosts invited us to campfire complete with S'mores. We love campfires. We always learn something while sitting around the fire. We usually have a good sense of time, but I looked at my watch and it was 11:00 pm already. Time flies around the campfire.
We took the opportunity to spend one whole day to explore from Hasings to St. Paul. Using the map and gps, we started at Ravine Park, then hugged the Mississippi River shoreline as close as we could on the way to St. Paul.
There are residential areas, lots of parks, overlooks, industrial areas, islands, marinas. We made it to Mound Park in St. Paul before returning to the hosts.
The parking arrangement slopes a bit. Our host helped us to get level with some of his 2x4s. The hosts power is 20 amp on a dedicated breaker.
We hope to follow our hosts on social media as they make progress with their plans.