Just retired, plan on doing some long term traveling with my spouse of 48 years. Mostly self employed doing construction work, automotive paint and repair, home building and home inspection.
Built homes, did restorations on Corvettes and just general every day around the home fixes.
No pets of our own as of right now but love animals. Was raised on a diary farm.
Just getting started but looking forward to some trips out west.
Currently in Dahlonega, GA. I was born and raised in Kentucky till 25, we lived in southwest Florida for 13 years and then moved to northern Georgia mountains where we have been for the last 28 years.
2018 Sonic 200vml, 23' long ball to bumper, has one small slide on drivers side 6' by 2'. 30 amp. Tow vehicle is 2017 Chevrolet Colorado crew cap long bed with topper about 20' in length.
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!