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Age: 65+

Member since September 2017

Fulltime Canadian Winter Texan

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Been fulltime since 2008, covered the continent twice... love our Texas time and friends

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Garyneets's Hometown

Winnipeg, Town and Country campground.. great park and owners


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Garyneets's Guest Details

Garyneets's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

35 feet long

1997 Newmar Kountry Star 34' Class A FRED, people have trouble believing its age, take good care of our home.

Garyneets's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle

Garyneets's References (8)

References from Hosts (8)

Audrey L

April 2020

I didn't actually talk to them.

E-mails and texts kept us informed of their arrival. I so enjoy hearing a Boondockers story but alas with COVID-19 I stayed in. Hubby spoke with them. We would enjoy a return visit so I can meet them. Anytime you travel this way give us a shout out. Hopefully we can host you again.


April 2020

Only one night but fun

This was their third stay at our place, and as always welcome again anytime.

Gerald & AiXia


January 2020

Great guests

They were great guests. They left the place like they found it. They are welcome back anytime.


December 2019

Pleasant Couple

No issues hosting these nice folks. They are welcome to stay again.


November 2019

One night

If I remember they also stayed only one night before. So I'm happy to break up the traveling.


April 2019

Only one night but fun

They and two other Boondockers couples shared food and drink with me around campfire when here. Welcome back anytime.



March 2018

Short but sweet

They only stayed one night this time. In pilot terms they did a touch and go. Hardly knew they were there. Friendly Canadians.


October 2017

One Night Stay

Gary and his wife spent one night with me as they were passing through headed for their winter nest. Nice folks. We spent a couple hours sharing stories about our travels.