For years I have been both a host and hosted traveling cyclists with a similar organization (warmshowers.org) and now after selling my house and finishing a fantastic career (health sciences librarian, Medical Society Exec, Adult computer skills instructor, and community volunteer) I am planning on full timing in my RoadTrek 210 Popular campervan. I am a senior Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having lived and worked in Azerbaijan from 2008-2010. I have cycled and camped many places in the USA/Canada and the world, and done housesitting/petsitting in the USA and in New Zealand. I hope to combine all of these experiences along with the hospitality of the Boondockers Welcome in the coming years. I generally travel solo, but occasionally I am joined by one of my 4 adult grandchildren, or perhaps a friend. I love to be spontaneous and drive the old highways - so I hope to find new places and make new connections on Boondockers Welcome.
Computer skills (Word, Internet, Excel, mobile devices) but not techy stuff like repairing computers or installing networks.
I am a nature loving sort of person - so the ideal boondocking location for me would be a smaller community, national forest, or farmland area. If caught without a place to stay -- I have done Walmart! I am always on the lookout for rail trails to ride my bicycle.
Port Huron, Michigan is on the border with Sarnia, Ontario Canada at the base of Lake Huron (one of the Great Lakes). Port Huron is a medium sized community with lots of green trees and blue water.
2013 RoadTrek 210Popular (Class B) No slide outs, no racks (my bicycle is a Brompton folding bike that fits inside out of sight), NO BLING! Self-contained. The RoadTrek 210 P looks much like a 'conversion van' - built on a Chevy 3500 extended van chassis, it is 22ft long, not quite 9 ft tall, and 7.5 ft wide.