For the most part we camp mostly around our area or within a couple hundred miles. Would love to take a trip out west when I can get time which there doesn't seem to be enough of. I keep saying I want less to do but it seems as I get older I keep getting more to do.
I am a realtor and outdoorsman. Love traditional archery and am a avid Bear Archery collector.
Yes, 2 beagles but they are both buried in the back yard. We certainly do miss them but being dog free makes it easier to travel now.
anywhere its peaceful
Lived in Grayling since 1976,
29' Nomad tag, 12' slide, we love the layout of it with its big bathroom and kitchen. Furthest we have traveled with it is to Norfolk, Va and the shenandoah national park skyline drive where it really made me wish I had a diesel.
We stayed at the hosts place of business in town. The spot was flat and large with plenty of room for us to get out and stretch our legs after a long day. Pete came by with his family to meet us. He is a really nice guy, it was to cold to sit outside and we have a Class B van so we didn’t visit as long as I wish we could have. Town is really quiet for a good nights sleep. There is a gas station, restaurant and bar a very short walk away. I would gladly stay here again.
We stayed one night and unfortunately did not get to meet Pete, however he was very helpful and friendly on the phone. He also told us about a nearby restaurant that we enjoyed very much! We hope to meet in person some day!
Such a quaint little community. Nice little restaurant/bar just down the road. Our hosts, Pete the Greek, were so cordial. They even made us the most delicious breakfast coney dogs we've ever had on the morning that we left.
You just want to become best friends right away with this guy... what a nice friendly soul. Had a very comfortable stay behind the business... not crowded...open space all around. Thanks Pete. Windmill camp.