Hi! In November of 2017 I retired from a 14 year career in the fire service, sold almost all my stuff and drove off into the unknown. Since then I have been wandering the world while running my business from wherever I happen to be.
I enjoy meeting and connecting with people and exploring the outdoors. My Airstream trailer is home-base, though I often store it for months at a time to travel the world via backpack.
My trailer is fully equipped for self contained full time living: 600watts of solar on the roof and huge batteries, composting toilet (no black water!), and everything needed to live fully off grid. If you have great wifi, I always enjoy a good connection though if there is decent cell service I really don't need that either.
Me and my trailer are quiet and courteous: I don't use a generator or have pets and most of the time you'll never know I'm there. All I really need is a safe place to park my home :-)
Meeting and connecting with people, getting to know the local culture, and experiencing each town as if I were a local is what I love to do. I sometimes travel specifically for work (meeting clients, speaking, or being a part of conferences), but most of the time, my work goes where I go. If you are curious about what I'm up to in the world, check out more here: yourevolution.com
Hopefully our paths cross soon!
Conversationing, world travel, minor repairs and sometimes major (auto, home, RV), medical knowledge (14 years as a paramedic), health and fitness, and lots more!
Quiet spaces anywhere... and I really love forests, mountains, rivers and the sea.
I live everywhere. My home town is the town I am in at the moment 😊 Past actual home towns: Tallahassee, West Palm area and North Port, Florida
Custom 2002 Airstream Classic 28 pulled by a 2013 Ram 2500
Wonderful visitor, great conversations in the gazebo with a very special young woman. Amazing story of her life so far, so much ahead for her and we sure hope to see her back with us as soon as she returns to the hills of Vermont.
If ever there was a perfect guest, CoddiwompleNow is it. We met her at our own first Boondocker stay, and when she came to us 10 days later, it was as if we had known her forever. Blended right in to our busy "compound". Enjoyed her visit and really hope to see her again.
Short stay. Self sufficient. polite and clean. Welcome back anytime
So happy you could stay with us again. As you know you are welcome to stay any time. Please think of us when you are ready to head to eastern Canada.
If we had not helped to do some minor electric work on her camper we would not have know she was here. Very friendly and self contained. I will be so happy when this pandemic is over so we can get back to spending time visiting with guests as nice as this.
What a wonderful guest. This adventurous young woman was a joy to have stay with us and if we weren’t taking off on a trip of our own we would have loved her to stay longer. It was great to hear of the places she had been, and very educational for us too. Bend Oregon is now on our bucket list. We hope our suggestions for places to see and things to do in New Hampshire and Maine work out for her, and that her introduction to our part of this world was positive. Coddiwomple!
CoddiwompleNow was a great introduction to hosting Boondockers! She was quick with communication and letting us know when she thought she might arrive. As we know when you are on the road its hard to nail down exact times but she kept us up to date on her plans. We didn't get to spend much time with her but she was quiet and courteous during her stay. We would welcome her back anytime!
Perfect boondocking guest - You are welcome back anytime. Loved the rig and custom changes almost as much as your personality!
We enjoyed hosting this you lady even though it was for only one night. Will host her again with out any hesitation
CoddiwompleNow was a great guest who we throughly enjoyed, along with her mother’s company. The weather kinda didn’t cooperate but they made the best of the rainy days. Good conversations about like minded subjects. We hope they come back for another visit.
We had to "Social Distance", but still managed to get to know this great boondocker! Such an interesting background and story. As we host, we continue to feel gifted by people willing to share of themselves and enrich our lives. Each guest leaves us with a little nugget to remember, and this guest was no different.
She was very polite, responsive to communication and we hope that she chooses to visit us again sometime down the road!
She quarantined here for almost three weeks, she works long hours so she was no bother. She barely used any electric because of her solar set up..... we did get together most afternoons for a quick visit, staying far apart since we were both quarantining. She's welcome back any time. She came as a stranger, left a friend.
CoddiwompleNow was very self sufficient....all she asked for was a safe place to park. We were happy to provide that and welcome her back any time.
We met our friend CoddiwompleNow last summer and we were instantly friends. She is an incredibly grounded, beautiful soul and we are so, so grateful to call her our friend. If you get the chance to host her - DO IT! you will be a better person for it. Truly a one of a kind, lovely human. So smart, so humble, so adventurous and strong yet so kind and gentle. We are hoping she moves permanently to our area.
Didn't have much opportunity to chat, but she was very nice. Hope we will get a chance to chat on her next visit to the island.
Really enjoyed meeting Coddiwomple, and learning what that name represents.
Very interesting visit!
We so enjoyed having CoddiwompleNow stay with us! A delightful and enlightened human and just a joy to have around. Welcome back here anytime! XXX Janet and Greg