As the above says, have been retired a few years, photograph wildlife and whatever else-- www.wildcatphotography.com -- travel in Northwest mostly. I am a forever Oregonian and was raised here.
I know something about photography, computers, dogs, wildlife, and camping.
I travel with one Norwegian elkhound.
None yet. Mostly in the Northwest.
Teardrop Trailer, 2016, 13 feet long, no toilet inside, have a portable toilet; galley in back. Pulled by Nissan Xterra. No slide outs.
Our stay with wildcat was our best boondocker stay yet. She is exceptionally accommodating (we got WiFi and a plug in! Wow!), Nice to talk with, and her property is beautiful and quiet. The perfect spot to get away from the noise and enjoy rural Oregon on your way to Eugene or the coast. Thank you!
If you're looking for deep silence, deep darkness, and the peace of the deep woods, it is here. No amenities, no hospitality, and not much welcome was my experience. If all you want is a quiet place to park and nothing else, this is a beautiful spot for it.
This spot could not have been better. Deep in the Douglas Fir forest. Hiking trail and a train going by. We really enjoyed ourselves.
We had two really great nights of much needed uninterrupted sleep at this spot in the woods. A convenient stop on our way west. Our host was friendly and welcoming. We would stay here again.
Being “out in the toolies” was truly magical. This property was right in the forest, nature has never been so profound as it was here. I’ve never been to a place where there was total silence, it was quite peaceful and would highly recommended visiting if you can. It may be a little off the main road but it is worth it. We had our big rig 30ft and had no issues getting in or out. Thank you for the wonderful hospitality, you have a gorgeous property. Hope to visit again!