I was a Navy Junior, Navy wife, and still love traveling. We have lived here for 25 years on 50 acres. We did raise horses, and I raised sheep. I spin and dye wool, weave, and just lost my last ewe. I am still active, drive the tractor, and pull a 26 ft. trailer.
No expertise but I do spin, dye, and weave fiber. Knit a lot. And I had a 1 acre organic garden for years.
Quarter Horse, Sheba....Sassafras, my husbands Jack Russell, and Sasha, !/2 chow and 1/2 Lab, she is the Queen. I do travel with both dogs, I have a large crate for Sasha. I board dogs so both of my dogs have learned to accept strange visitors.
I have not yet Boondocked. There are lots of U S Forest small parks in our county. Hope to use a few soon.
As a Navy Junior I moved a lot as a kid, but spent high school years in Vallejo, California. As a Navy wife for his 30 year career we had 28 homes. We have lived here in Lakeview, Oregon for over 20 years. I call Lakeview 'My Mayberry'.
26 ft. '97 Jayco Eagle trailer pulled with a Lincoln Navigator. No slide-out.
Thank you so much for hosting our family! We thoroughly enjoyed our time with you!
What a wonderful spot in Lakeview OR on Goose Lake. The site is beautiful and the hostess Shirley is even better! Our first time trying Boondockers Welcome and we’re sure glad we did.Two choices to pick from to put our 45 foot rig. A great circular driveway and free range horse. After we got settled, Shirley joined us for a wonderful glass of wine in the sunshine overlooking her stunning property. A great visit about people and places and family and friends. A new friend made and a great spot found in Oregon.
We spent 2 nights here and had an awesome time! Right on the stateline with a beautiful park 2 milesaway. We were the very first boondockers here and would recommend it to anyone wanting a calm and serene place. You can hear coyotes at night and rooster in the morning and open the door of the rv to see goats walking around with their friend Llama! Overall perfect place! Sorry for the late review! Hope to meet again maybe in Pahrump!