My husband and I always camped but this last year bought an RV a Class C and really enjoyed it for this short season as we purchased it in July. Now with this cold winter we are inside and still working but looking forward to retirement very soon. I have been in the travel business as a travel counselor for over thirty years and have traveled many countries but looking forward to seeing our beautiful USA first hand through my eyes out of our RV and not an airplane over 30,000 feet. We enjoy meeting new people and exchanging their stories and adventures so that is why we would really like to open our property-two acres just off of I-94 and only two miles and and give many suggestions to any one that maybe heading west to Yellowstone, South Dakota or anywhere.
I love to cook, my other skills are sewing and knitting. Since my partner is my husband. He is a Jack of all trades and can help out with everything.
We have an adorable pup lab named Shale that just turned one years old in December. She loves to travel and enjoys every new adventure as much as us.
This is my first sign in for a host and never boondocked our RV by someone so I have not boondocked yet. My husband and I lived in Thailand for 1 1/2 years volunteering at an orphanage. We had a motorbike and put a tent on the back and pulled over on the side of the road and made camp. Not sure if that was called boondocking but we spent the night at some Burmese people that invited us.
We hang our hat in Bismarck ND our home. We enjoy it here but the winters are long and look forward to Spring. Our original place of origin is Wisconsin where we both were born and grew up. We moved to ND five years ago and if any one comes here and wants to know about Wisconsin we can tell you everything about both Wisconsin and North Dakota-both Great States!
2018 Coachman Class C Leprechaun. 28 feet in length with two slide outs. We are towing a 2014 Toyota Camry.