All my work life was spent in Houston, Texas handling the administration of network servers for various corporations while working for EDS. When I retired, Houston was way to crowded for me, so after spending time visiting in a few different places, I ended up in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. And no, I don't miss Houston at all, and yes I do like Bartlesville. Anyway, I have since acquired a couple of aussies that I walk daily & have a great time with. I also keep up to date with all things electronic/computer, but I wanted to do more. I wanted to get out and do some traveling with the dogs, but without imposing too much on anyone I was visiting. So after a bunch of research, reading forums, & watching videos, I decided to buy and build my campervan.
Computers, tablets, cell phones
Yes, Jayke & Matilda. They are both Australian Shepherds, both about 8 years old. Yes, we travel together, & I wouldn't have it any other way. They are great companions, as well as helpful security.
I have yet to expereince much boondocking, but look forward to doing it & meeting new people.
I have a 2007 Ford E-150 van that I have converted into a camper with sofa/bed, & everything I need to boondock whether it be at someones residence, out in the woods, or even in a Walmart parking lot (if I have too).
We were traveling ourselves when they arrived at our house. We has house sitters, and checked with them if it would be okay for boondockers to park out front, no problem! Our house sitters said they were awesome. Hopefully, we'll be home ourselves if they come around again.
Churninern and his two traveling companions spent last night here. We had such a nice visit with him. His two dogs are very well behaved. We wish him well with his travels. He was a great guest and he is certainly welcome to stay with us again if he is passing this way.
Churninern and his dogs were great and they are welcome back to our place anytime would love to visit with him again sometime
Very enjoyable visit with Ernie and his pups.
One of the reasons we joined Boondocker's was to meet new and interesting people.
Ernie matched the description.
With his camper van it was very easy to set him up for the night.
Next time through the town/state he will be more than welcome to drop in again.
Safe travels on your adventure.
Until next time............