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Member since June 2012

We can take at least three rigs

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My husband and I live on 5 acres in Langley, BC, Canada. We are approximately 15 minutes from the Lyden/Aldergrove border crossing. We have raise cows and goats. We have 3 dogs, 1 Shepherd, 1 Malmute crossed with a sneaky neighbour dog, and a little Beagle who we've just adopted and plan to travel with. Also we have 2 cats - Tika (white goofy persian) and EC (Evil Cat) a tabby with a catitude. Our parking lot is actually big enough for us to turn around our 30 foot class a motorhome so we could accomodate probably 3 rigs easily if you are travelling in a group. We've travelled on at least 10 cruises all over the world and love to meet people. We met a couple from England on our cruise through the Panama and they came and visited twice.
We want to do some travelling starting next year. For now we use the motorhome to go to race meets in Ashcroft, Sechelt and Seattle. Also, we like to go to Fort Casey in Washington State on Whidbey Island. We love Port Townsend which we get to by taking the ferry on foot. We eat at the Mexican Restaurant -La Isla- while we're there and as well do some shopping. Anyways, if anyone would like to stop by for a spell, give us a shout. Kathy & Dave

Skills & Expertise to Share

My husband is a mechanic, We ran our own automotive repair business for 23 years before we retired. I ran the front end of the business.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Just joined so haven't boondocked yet but it sure sounds interesting. We'd like to travel across Canada again as this was a trip we did when we were first married, as well we'd like to travel south to California and on to Arizona and Nevada

babyblue's Guest Details

babyblue's Rig

1997 Ford 30 foot Class A, Bounder, No slide outs as it's just my husband and I that travel. The MH is big enough the way it is.