We are puttering around the USA, via US & State Highways, in our 2006 Class B on 2-3-4 week tours. We are alpine skiers, Tanya still competes in USSA Master's & we will be going to other Division's venues so she can expand her need for speed. David enjoys skiing at any resort, esp., new ones. .... will write more when practical.
David - Trades-based Preservation crafting skills. Project/Contract Management.
Tanya - Computer skills.
Mountains of CO.
Now Silverthorne, CO. Past Chicago & Urbana, IL - David. Hanover, PA & Champaign, IL - Tanya.
2006 Dodge (Mercedes-Benz engine), Leisure Way Free Spirit.
It ended up being a boon docker weekend for us. These 2 fine people rolled in just as a couple of families had left. They shared their love for skiing as well as offering us some new skis and boots for our daughter! Very friendly and welcome back any time
Vey nice couple. Here for one night as they were passing through. Very quiet and easy to be around, just what you like in a Boondocker!! Had a nice discussion the morning they left and they are certainly welcome back anytime.
Quiet, no trouble, and very friendly, courteous folks. They are welcome back anytime.
We got acquainted in my basement during a thunderstorm! A very interesting couple, who are welcome any time.
I enjoyed meeting them very much. We got to know each other a little bit, in my basement, during a tornado watch.
Enjoyed tdskiracers visit. It's really nice to meet people from all parts of the country.
Tdskiracers arrived late in the afternoon just before it started to snow. They parked there rig settled in for the night and they were gone in the morning. Had a brief visit with two very nice people. They are welcome back anytime.
Stayed with us one rainy evening, had a nice short talk before the rain came, were very capable and considerate of the space we shared with them. Thanked us before they left.
These guys were communicative, contacted us with plenty of advance notice and stopped overnight on their way home. We were all too busy to chat much but they were self sufficient with no needs for anything from us except the small parking space for their tidy RV. No problem!