We're both retired and active. We enjoy traveling in our motorhome, gardening (if you're lucky, we'll share when the sweet corn is ready...), flying, kayaking, bicycling and just about any outdoor activity. We play instruments, and love to attend bluegrass festivals or play in brass bands.
Renaissance man- do all my own repairs on the RV, car and home.
No favorites, yet- we're just starting out!
We have a 2006 40' Monaco Camelot with 4 slide-outs towing a Ford C-Max.
We recently stayed 2 nights with these hosts, and their farm is just beautiful. Very accommodating, private set up next to their barn. Such warm and friendly people. Thanks for a great stay!
I had the pleasure to stay with them recently, with my pop-up trailer tent. They are such nice people. Warm, pleasant, they really made us feel at home. Their site is simply amazing. The pictures don't do justice to the location. Too bad their RV does not fit in my site, I would have loved to have them over at my place. I hope to get the chance to go back next summer.
We were tempted to not write a review, so as to keep this boondock location to ourselves! In truth, this was our first boon docking experience and we were blown away by the generosity and hospitality of our hosts. Situated on about 40 acres of beautiful, pastoral New Hampshire land there is ample room to hike and walk/ exercise the dog. You may even run across a wild turkey or two. The location is not far off NH Rt. 101 and easy to get to with a big rig. We were parked between the residence and a large barn but there was more than enough room on solid ground to maneuver and back into the space. (Didn't have to back in, but the view is more scenic if you do). We were welcomed like family (or old friends) and we left with every intention of keeping in touch with two very gracious and fun RV'ers.
We enjoy stop over at this location, offers some privacy and very spacious. This gentleman really does more than just being helpful and great host. Our dogs couldnt be more happier! Will we come back? You bet!