We're traveling grandparents who still work but living in our RV.
Looking forward to meeting you and seeing some of the area around there.
Any good coffee shops around? <emoji>
We're still pretty new to the RV world and Boondocking.
Jack of all trades and master of none :-). Pretty good at figuring things out mechanical side, we do make good coffee!
I grew up in Alaska so that would be my favorite Boondocking location
We lived in the Shenandoah Valley for the last 20 years in a small city and a great place to visit. Currently we sold our home and live in our RV.
Our home is a 40' Open Range 5th wheel. 5 slides total (3 on drivers side) We greatly appreciate water and electric hookups if available but we do have a very quiet onboard generator when or as needed. The trailer is in good condition and looking pretty much like it did when it was made.
B & G are terrific guests, they were quiet, respectful and all around just nice people. I'm glad I got to host them, hope they come back and stay again.
Thanks BGKet for hammering down those nails we appreciate it very much. So glad you enjoyed the place in our absence and sorry this reference is so late Hope your having fun this summer safe travels
They were in constant contact even though they did not end up staying. Very respectful of the process.
BKNet, Was in our area for a work assignment. We try and make our workcampers as comfortable as possible. They are awesome guest! We look forward for them to stop in again!
Big hearts and easy to be with, this couple is delightful to host. We have every intention in meeting up with them again as hosts or as travel buddies. They arrived as "boondockers" and left as our new friends.