Age: 65+

Member since June 2012

My wife and I are both retired


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I am an Auctioneer ( we never actually retire). My wife and I live in a small town called Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast, a 45 min. ferry ride from Vancouver Canada. We are Snowbirds and own a home in Palm Springs but like to RV.
We got caught up in the Pickel Ball craze and play in tournaments in Canada and USA and we have a great time traveling and playing.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Mr. fix it. Announcer at events. Amazing cook (not me, Pauline)

navigator's Pets

We have a small York’s very friendly, he loves everyone, not much of a barker.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We travel around between Vancouver Canada and Southern California and open to exploring all over.

navigator's Hometown

We live in Sechelt, BC. Canada, a short ferry ride from Vancouver

navigator's Guest Details

navigator's Rig

Rig Type: Fifth Wheel

33 feet long

We are travelling in our 33ft Grand Disign Reflection 5th wheel with 3 slides, towing with a 2008 Ford F-350 Crew Cab.

navigator's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets
  • Has slideouts

navigator Has 1 Host Location

Gamekeepers Cottage

Sechelt, BC, CA
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navigator's References (5)

References from Guests (5)


July 2018

Nice to stay

We were warmly welcomed by the host (and their dog) and had a nice stay and friendly chat. They’ve well prepared the spot and offer all amenities. Thanks guys and may be see you again.


June 2018

Most welcome

Wayne was very helpful with everything we needed in the beautiful Sunshine Coast.


June 2018

Great neighborhood

We stayed one night with the host. Really great hosts, providing water, power and WiFi.


May 2018

Just what we needed

Just what we needed, being a place to stay the night with access to Water, WiFi. :-)


June 2015

Great host!

Very accomodating and welcoming, especially given our last minute plans! We really enjoyed Gibsons and are still exploring the coast. We discovered that the ferry cost for the ride over is round trip. Maybe that will encourage some folks to visit the Sunshine Coast. Lots of sun so far! :)