Retired from wholesale building material business and hosting (bed and breakfast). Gave up flying as a private pilot a couple of years ago, enjoy bicycling (currently tadpole trike) and traveling in 2011 Roadtrek 210P motor coach. Recently downsized to Roadtrek from 1976 GMC motor coach. Have been active in GMC groups and now Roadtrek groups, member of FMCA, Escapees, WIN, and other travel groups.
conversation if it does not include religion or politics.
All over US and Canada.
Grew up near Maryville, TN on family dairy farm, graduated from high school at Washington College Academy, near Jonesboro, TN; college at Giffin College, Van Wert, OH and Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT. Have also lived in Winnipeg, MB, Augusta, GA, Fulton, MO, Nashville, and for last 30 years in Watertown.
2012 Roadtrek 210. Roadtrek is 21' with bike rack on rear for total of 24'
Gotta love a guest who's a good sport and fits right in!
We had planned to attend the monthly dance at our local Legion so we invited Bob to come along. There's always a shortage of single men there so, as you can imagine, he was a hit with the ladies. And a hit with us too - we had such fun. Come back any time Bob. Who knows what we'll try to talk you into next time!
Enjoyed a 2 night stop. Location was quite and with 4 restaurants, a laundry mat and a Dollar General within 2 block walk it was great. Thanks Bob for the electric and water.
We needed a simple overnighter on our way home from Florida. Although Bob was not in town, we had no trouble finding it and hooking up. Thanks, Bob!
Bob was out of town ,told us we could still come. The pizza lady said he is a good guy .The pizza place is great . We had the $16 bomb with ranch sauce . Wow it's worth the trip just for the pizza.
Great stay. Railroad buffs would love it. (for those who are not buffs we only had one train in 3 days but it was the best looking train that I have seen in a long time.) It is a hike to Nashville but that is what toads are for. Eating places are within walking distance.
Spent 2 nights at Bob's and enjoyed it. I met Bob on the second day and he was a very gracious host. He provided water, electric and plenty of room. It is a very short walk to a very cute downtown. FYI, the road is quite busy. Folks around here jack up and soup up their trucks. While they are not as loud as Harleys, it is not for lack of trying.
This is our first stay using Boondockers Welcome and it was a wonderful experience. I was not sure how it would work but our host made it so very easy. I put in my request and he answered me as soon as he got it. He also phoned me to see if I had any questions. He gave detailed instructions as to where to go and to use the electricity and water hookups, which we thought was a bonus! You see he was out of town the time that we wanted to stay. He was very kind and still welcomed us. I just wish we got to meet in person. Maybe one day our paths will cross.
Bob was extremely polite and the spot was great. Unfortunately due to some local bad weather we decided to leave early. Bob can't control the weather lol.
Shared travel, RV tips, and great stories. Great host the
This is so convenient to everything. Really cute town center, lots to see and do.
Enjoyed the stay, missed meeting the host however.
Bob was a great host, very quick to answer our request and even answered quick concerning our updated plan. Great host, great level site with great amenities. Highly recommended.
Bob graciously hosted us at his place in Watertown Tennessee. There was plenty of room for parking and it was only two blocks from old town where we had dinner at a local pizza place. This was a special treat since the first Sunday of the month local musicians gather here to practice and play their music.
We stayed with this host last year also but did not get to tour his beautiful historical B&B. He was gracious enough to give us a tour this time which we thoroughly enjoyed. He is a very talented man. As a fellow Roadtrek owner we had a lot in common to talk about. He was very helpful in getting our vent repaired. We had the same issue. Excellent site to stay at.
We had the most pleasant stay at Bob's in Watertown. Bob is a kind host and we thoroughly enjoyed visiting with him. Bob made us feel welcome and right at home right away. He made a wonderful recommendation for dinner at a fantastic restaurant (Nona Lisa Pizzeria) which was a very short walk into the town square. Bob could easily be the mayor of Watertown if he wanted. He is the nicest, most pleasant guy you could meet. We'd also like to give a quick mention and thank you to the guys at the business next to the boondocking property. They got us in and settled and were fun to visit with. Everyone we met in Watertown was incredibly warm and welcoming and we can't wait to return.
We were only able to stay with Bob one night, but we had a great stay. The town is charming, we went out and had pizza at a local joint. The boondocking spot was easy to find and Bob was very helpful!
A nice place to stay for a night on our way west. We were not able to meet Bob as he was not home when we arrived. But we did talk to him several times on the phone. A Neighbor helped get us settled in. The people in Watertown are really friendly and we had a nice meal at one of the local restaurants. He has a nice class B Roadtrek so he is a fellow
Road Trekker. We Hope he will come visit us in Abingdon.
We arrived when Bob wasn’t yet abailable, but no problem: we were friendly welcomed by the guy in the workshop. A lot of space is there. A bit afraid for the noisy presence of the highway 70 so close, but this was Nº problem during nighttime. In the morning we had a nice chat with Bob. We enjoyed our stay and thank Bob and his crew.
We had an amazing time staying in Watertown. Bob replied immediately to our request for 2 nights and gave us clear and precise directions to the lot.
The old town of Watertown is really cool, and has a lot of history. We met Bob on the 2nd day and he was not only a funny and smart man, but invited us over to his house for Kentucky Derby get together.
We had such a great time there and met his wonderful daughters and neighbors.
The lot had full hook up, and plenty of space and privacy, behind a workshop.
Fantastic location, 20 mins outside of Nashville.
We cannot wait to return! Thank you so much again Bob and family :)
Host was out of town when we arrived, No problem finding the place. Did reach him on the phone and he was very friendly and helpful. Walked into town for dinner. The locals were very friendly. Did talk to the host again the next morning but we had left early so again didn't get to meet him. His home is a beautiful historic house. Never heard the train at night. Some noise from local traffic. We would have liked to meet Bob personally as he seemed like an interesting Man, and besides he is a fellow Roadtrek owner, so that says a lot. 😀
We stayed at bob's location, it was easy in and out quiet little town, we walked 2 blocks down town and ate some of the best pizza either of us had ever ate
Highly recommend both the location and the pizza
Chris & Elka Lang
This was our first stay through Boondockers Welcome, and it set a high bar for future stays. Our host was welcoming and gracious, and our conversations included engaging stories. The site is easily accessed and included 30 Amp power. More than we could have asked for in a boondocking experience. We'll be back!!
We arrived in Watertown and found our spot with ease and set up. Mr. McComb arrived shortly after to greet us and was very warm. He recommended some places to eat in town and then wished us a pleasant stay. Mr. McComb saw us off the next day and was generous enough to allow us into his families historic home. Absolute hospitality.
Short trip to Nashville and needed to get in the night before. Did a quick overnight with no hookups, and it was great and very convenient--easy to find. Thanks, Bob!
Thanks to Bob's generosity, he opened his Boondocking place for us even though he wasn't home during our travel dates! We were thrilled with the large gravel parking area, complete with water and electric. Also, Watertown was a lovely place to stay...very cute and welcoming! We would highly recommend staying here if you have the opportunity. Bob is so accommodating and responds back in a timely manner. We wish we would have been able to meet him be in person!
We stayed one night in December 2017 at Bob's place, on the way to Nashville, TN.
Bob replied promptly. Although the cold night, went out to show us the spot and how to connect to utility and water.
The next morning was a surprise, since Bob came to invite us for a Community Breakfast, at his home, where we had the opportunity to meet also his nice friends.
Bob is a warm welcoming host. Highly recommended.
.Stayed here in May 2017. I am remiss for not having commented sooner. . I think I was Bob's first guest. He let me stay at his location for 2 nights even though he was going on a trip.
To insure my safe arrival and find the location he had arranged for a friend to look out for me. When I arrived I missed the turn into the site but as I circled the block Bpb's friend flagged me down and directed me to site.
A nice town. Friendly folks who greeted you on the street. Pleasant librarian who provided info about the town, vendors were very welcoming,
Thanks Bob for hosting our group.
Our GPS was a little off we ended up in the bank parking lot next store. Bob rescued us and directed us to his commercial lot across from his house.
Bob was very informative about the area and Nashville which helped greatly with our visit.
We really enjoyed our stay, Bob was friendly and informative. The town was very interesting, and we enjoyed meeting some of the shop owners. Located less than a block away from Bob's, was a very nice laundromat, which was a big bonus.
We planned to stay at Bob's location for 3 nights however, due to truck problems we had to stay an extra day. It was so nice to have a safe and convenient location while getting our truck repaired and touring Nashville. Bob was a friendly and helpful host and well thought of in the town which made the residents friendly to us. Thanks ever so much!!!!
Very nice and helpful host. The place is located in a very nice little town and we had a wonderful Halloween evening! Hopefully Bob told us about as we are french travelerd and discovering the country.... It was nice to meet Bob and speak with. Thanks again!
This Boondocker lives outside of Nashville within driving distance of the Grand Ole Opry. He recently purchased a RoadTrek, which is what we have, so hope to see him at a RoadTrek Rally which will be at our place in January of 2018. He was a very gracious host and did everything he could to make us feel welcome. We called him at the last minute, and even though he was very involved with a festival in his home town he allowed us to camp at his place. The accommodations are first class with provisions for water, electric, and sewer. Lives only a block from downtown in an historic home in a quaint little town so much to do and see if you have the time. We would highly recommend this Boondocker to anyone.
Wonderfully accommodating and the town is beautiful. The people are so friendly and helpful. Thank you Bob for allowing me to boondock and experience this awesome small Tennessee town.