70+ year old couple who enjoy meeting people, seeing new sights, volunteering where needed. we have been RVing for the last 11 years from northern California. We have adult children, growing grandchildren and a NEW great grand daughter who live in California.
We belong to an organization,called MAPS that is affiliated with the Assembly of God church. It is for RVers who travel and volunteer in various churches and Christian campgrounds. We have helped with electrical work, painting, replacing screens, food services, kitchen help, sewing, etc.
We have a small dog who staying with family in California. She is not traveling with us at this time. Although we miss her, we find it is easier not having her with us.
Where it is warm in the winter, and cool in the summer....to be quite honest. But you may find us where it Is a bit chilly in the winter or uncomfortably warm in the summer, depending on our route and destinations.
We have a "stick and Brick" home in Yuba City, California. We were born and raised in Calif.
2018 40AP Tiffin Allegro Bus with 4 slides
Nice rig but not nearly as nice as the people that occupy it! We enjoyed the visit and conversation. Looking forward to their next stay.
The best part about Boondockers Welcome is having the opportunity to make new friends. That is exactly what happened with this lovely couple and it only took about 5 minutes. We had a delightful time sharing so many wants, likes and just becoming friends. We are looking forward to seeing them again, whether it be on the road, back here or possibly at their place. What a delight!!
Had a wonderful visit with these fellow travelers, and hope to see them again somewhere around this beautiful world.
This is a wonderful couple to host! We enjoyed them so much. Welcome them back anytime!
Been very busy and had failed to acknowledge Richard and Arlene's visit. They are a very nice couple and are welcome back any time. it was a little muddy when they arrived but by day 2 it had dried out. Finished getting 50A hookup installed and they got the honor of being first to try it out. We wish them happy travels with their new motorhome, and may run into them on a maps build site.
We welcomed these Boondocker guests a day early because of the weather. We were so glad we did! The next day we had the coldest weather for our area in 29 years including snow! What a treat for us to get acquainted with these wonderful people. After visiting just a very short time, we felt like we have known them a long time. We lassoed them to our Candy Cane Corral for two extra days. It felt like family departing when they left for the next leg of their journey. We look forward to their return visit. Any Boondocker Host who misses these wonderful guests' visit are missing the experience of a lifetime! We love them dearly!