My wife and I have 5 grown children. We both ride Harley's and love to travel.
We love meeting people and places we've never been before. My wife likes Big Band music and I like country. We do ministry work with youth and work full time.
I do motorcycle repairs when I'm not doing ministry.
Yes, a Black Lab and a cat but they do not travel with us.
New to Boondockers and have not used it yet.
Our home town is Tidioute, Pennsylvania. It is located in the Alleghany National Forest.
We have a Toyhauler 20' Trailer that is fully self contained. We haul our Harley's in it and camp in it at the same time. We pull it with a pickup truck and sometime with our 30' Coachman Motorhome.
Terry was a gracious host who left a bundle of wood, a fire pit and a nice table and umbrella at the private parking spot up the road from his house. Unfortunately we didn’t get to meet as we have a habit of parking and then heading out for a walk (which is also when we missed Terry as he stopped by to say hi). We walked up the road always with the dog in the rainy weather (I’d recommend driving up to the outlook as there was some traffic, not a great road shoulder to walk on and not great sight lines for cars and pedestrians). The next morning we walked with our coffee down into town and over to the river park - quiet and peaceful. Sorry we missed meeting our kind host, but a spot we recommend for its peace and quiet, nearby small town and nice views : )
We stayed 2 nights with terryrides while visiting Allegheny National Forest and really had a pleasant stay. It was thoughtful of terryrides to have a table and fireplace with firewood setup at the site. He suggested few places to visit while we were there and invited us back anytime. We will definitely visit terryrides again and the Allegheny National Forest.
Seriously folks, this host is awesome. We arrived late at night and an hour later than we had planned. The host was out looking for us and helped us get parked. The site is great. The town is cool. The Allegheny National Forest is beautiful. The host was kind and welcoming. We enjoyed visiting with him and sincerely appreciate the hospitality.
Wonderful place, nice short walk to Overlook for the sunset. Thank you very much
This was another great Boondockers Welcome location. It was easy to find and easy to get in and out of. It was a beautiful setting with a view. While eating breakfast we saw a groundhog & several deer. It was very peaceful. I recommend them very highly.
Felt very welcomed. Very nice view that is quiet. Woke up to deer near us. Host Was friendly and Accommodating. Would definitely come back again. Go to the Tidioute lookout up the road. Great little park.
Unfortunately, we were unable to meet our host as he was out of town on business. However, he provided great directions and restaurant recommendations. Would stay there again if traveling in this area in the future.
We stayed here two nights. Very quiet and the parking area was perfect for our rig and toad. Saw a number of wild turkeys out our front window. Only down side was we did not get to meet Terry, our host. We ate ice cream down the hill from our location which he recommended and was very delicious. We would stay here again if we ever are in the area.
This was a relaxing quite and secluded spot on a mountain side with great views. Terryrides was more than accommodating when asked if we could stay another night due to some towdolly issues. Townsfolk were really nice too. I went for a jog and two cars stopped to ask if I needed a ride.
The hosts were welcoming and accommodating...above and beyond. Unfortunately the rain kept me inside.
Good sun for solar. Not too close to houses if you need the generator. Great people.
Terry was away so we didn't get to meet, but this is great boondocking spot. Flat, easy to get in & out and don't really see any other houses. A short bike ride into the cute town, and where there's a lightly maintained rail trail along the river.