Just retired, doing some long term traveling with my spouse of 50 years. Mostly self employed doing construction work, automotive paint and repair, home building and home inspection. Joined the Habitat for Humanity Caravaners group and enjoying helping others.
Built homes, did restorations on Corvettes and just general every day around the home fixes. We have joined the Habitat for humanity caravaners group and he currently helped on house's in Colorado, Texas and Florida.
No pets of our own, our son and his family who live on our property have a German shepherd/Belgian Malinois who is like our own. Was raised on a diary farm.
Been traveling for about 2 1/2 years now, looking forward to some more trips out west. We have plans on more areas to cover in the eastern part in the summer. We are going on our 2nd year this winter season work camping at state park in Estero Florida for 4 months.
Home base is currently in Dahlonega, GA. I was born and raised on a dairy farm in Kentucky. Worked mainly construction jobs after getting married. In the late 70s we moved to southwest Florida for 13 years and then moved to northeast Georgia mountains where we have been for the last 29 years.
2017 Keystone Cougar Lite 30' long, has one small slide and one 12' slide on drivers side. 30 amp. Tow vehicle is 2019 Chevrolet Silverado crew cap standard bed, about 21' in length.
Great fellowship and good times with the Georgia Roadrunners. What a delight it was bumming around the countryside, visiting a sugar cane syrup farm and partaking in some of the local cuisine (bar-b-que). Our wish was for them to stay longer.
They are extremely courteous, thoughtful and very respectful. We hope to see them again soon. In the meantime we will be looking for y'all out there on the highways and byways. They are welcome back here any time, and we highly recommend them.
It was fun having the GaRoadrunner come and stay. We enjoyed showing them a little piece of our Kentucky home. They arrived as strangers and left as friends.
Even though it was a short overnight stay I so enjoyed talking to them.
Took them on a walk about to see all my butterfly host plants and caterpillars.
Hope they stop by on their travels back home.
Very pleasant,clean and quite guest you'd hardly know they are camped outside. I'd be honored to have them back anytime.
Thanks for the sweet treats.
So excited to have our former Boondockers Welcome guests now turned friends/family staying with us again. What a delight having them back again. Highly recommend these fine folks. Hoping we meet again soon out there on the highways and byways.
The GaRoadrunners were very friendly and we'd welcome them back. Good people.
The GA Roadrunners are fantastic Boondockers Welcome guests. By all means pray that they come to your place for a visit. I promise that they will arrive as guests and leave as friends.
Had a really nice visit with GaRoadrunner. They are excellent guests! They are welcome to stop by again. Sorry for the late reference I was busy after their stay and then haven't had a reason to get on the site since.
Lovely couple. Would welcome them back anytime - hopefully they could stay longer next time.
I was sorry to see them leave.
They were a very interesting couple , we shared some RV ideas.
They were volunteering their time and skills to the local Habitat for Humanity.
As a result of our interactions,, I have now signed up to do work for Habitat myself.
Hope to see them again.
It is so good to have wonderful people like you take such careful care of my property while you enjoyed the wonderful scenic, historical area around Wheatland
We hosted Tad and Glenda for two nights, and we would gladly have them return anytime!
We enjoyed chatting with them in the evening about traveling and life adventures. They were everything you would want in a Boondocker guest.
Great to see the men working together helping out another boondocker. That's what life is about, paying it forward as we go. And this couple exemplifies that type. We wish them pleasant projects on their journey.
Keeping with my record I've never had a bad boondocker. This couple is nice, pleasant and entertaining to talk to. Forgive my inadequacies in my references as I never know what to say. But I wouldn't hesitate to let them stay with you.
GaRoadrunner, quiet couple ready to check out the sites and enjoy a traveling lifestyle, No review can summarize the level of appreciation and gratitude we have for GaRoadrunner, their conversations and the wonderful history they share is outstanding, their humbleness is to be admired, they are welcome back anytime they want.
Both very nice people. I was doing a project at my cabin and he jumped right in and lent a hand.
We had lots in common with these folks, and thoroughly enjoyed chatting with them.. Hoping they will return so we can get to know then even better!
The GaRoadrunners were great guests and we would gladly host them again. We enjoyed some time sharing our travel and life experiences. As they mentioned in their review, we share the desire to help others through the freedom we have to travel. So I will put in a plug here encouraging the boondocker community to take some time each year to help others by volunteering through your church, Samaritas Purse, Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, etc. We work mainly in disaster relief and rebuilding, but there are so many other areas one can help in.
I really enjoyed meeting and talking with GaRoadrunner! Learned a few tips from their experiences and sent them down the road to see our famous fruitcake factory! I'm sure we will cross paths again in a campground or passing each other on the road.
We had a lot in common. We enjoyed their visit and hope to see them again in the future.
GaRoadrunner were the best. What a delight to meet them. They were on their way home after being on the road for five weeks. I fully expect that our paths will cross again on the great highways and byways of North America. GaRoadrunner were very respectful guests, and they are welcome here any time. Our only complaint: Stay more than one day next time. ;-)
Tad and Glenda were first timers but it won't stay that way....they are friendly, fun and down to earth.
They have blended in with us, our country side and way of life. Other boondocker host will be fortunate to have them as a guest. ( it wasn't easy to say "good by" )
It was my pleasure to host this gracious and fun loving couple. They are welcome to return
and spend time here in the future. You will find them excellent guests if you are lucky enough to be their host.
We are happy to have hosted the GAroadrunners at our place. Friendly, courteous, and a pleasure to interact with. Tad even pitched in and helped me (really, he did all the work) with a repair on my wife’s car.
We hope they will stay with us again as they continue to travel!
What an incredible Boondockers Welcome place tucked away in the secluded hollows outside of Dahlonega. From here you are close to numerous wineries, the charming town of Dahlonega, places to go and pan for gold, and numerous other attractions. Or, you can bask in the quietness of the forest around your camper. This place is enchanting.
Georgia Roadrunners were a BW guest at our place a couple of years ago. We have become fast friends since that visit, and we have had the opportunity to travel together in Florida and out west. You could not meet anyone finer than these folks. You will delighted in getting a chance to know them.
It was fun being here and being their first official BW guest since they have opened a host site. Of course we highly recommend you stop over if you are passing through this area.