We live on an AirPark, if not knowing what an airpark is, its like a golf community but we have an airstrip in the center of the fly-in community and we all pay for the strip threw dues we pay each year. We are not all pilots or have airplanes but encourage aviation. The lots are from 3- 6 acers. We have two airplanes parked in our garage (hanger attached to the house). We have a 11.6'' pickup camper on a 1 ton dually pickup that we have taken to AZ for about 3 months the last 7 years. We boondock all over, in front of friends, relatives, and of course BLM land all over AZ.
I do a lot of the maintenance on house, airplane, Cabin which we have in the mountains, jack of all trades I guess you might say.
We don't have any pets but have no problem having them.
Mainly in Az in the winter because we have a cabin the CO mountains that we use in the summer that is 2 hrs away and guest could camp up their also. When traveling we stay anywhere there is a open spot that looks like it would be quite and safe . We are fortunate living out west and have tons of BlM land and state land we can camp on for free.
We live 7 miles East of a SMAll town of Elbert CO. between Denver & Co Springs. Nice and quite, you won't even need to lock your doors and night.
If we tow anything it would be a RZR on a small trailer.
We hosted this couple and had a great time visiting.. We met them a couple of years ago in AZ and continued getting to know them better. They were our first guests for the 2018 season and we are looking forward to many more guests as pleasant as they were!!! The Quiet Farm
Boondockers really needs to give more than three choices to classify a stay experience. Our stay with these hosts rates so much higher than just merely positive, it is hard to quantify. These are the very best hosts anyone could possibly expect. By the time we left, we really didn't want to, we were so much more than just host and guest. We felt that we connected on a very personal level. These hosts went so far beyond what is expected that we felt we have developed a friendship that will transcend Boondockers. Our invitation to flniehus is open and we hope that they will contact us soon so that we can reciprocate. We would enjoy hosting them any time. Thanks for the great conversations, thanks for sharing family stories, thanks for sharing your friends. Thanks for everything you did to make us feel welcome.
We came as strangers and left as friends. Cant say enough good things about this couple .
Wonderfully welcome, kind and engaging hosts! Fascinated as Host taxied his plane to the back of his house to meet. Has a fantastic large attached hanger in this air-park community in eastern CO. We visited for hours about family, business, planes, and of course Boondocking and traveling. He was very knowledgeable with great tips and I throughly enjoyed our conversation. His wife worked late so mostly chatted with her the next morning as she invited me to join them for breakfast. Overall a great environment, friendly people and beautiful peaceful views. Thoroughly appreciated level space w electricity & water - and offeredme use of their "dump sewer" location. Only wish I could have stayed one more night to learn more about these great folks! Heartily RECCOMEND! JT
We were lucky enough to be the very first boondockers here! Frank and Lynn were so welcoming to me and my family (wife, niece, and two young daughters). We are in our third week of our one-year RV trip across country, and arrived tired already from being on the go. Frank showed us his awesome hanger with his two airplanes, F350, truck-camper, and other amazing toys. That first night, and the entire next day, we talked and had the privilege of getting to know them. We also got a lot of needed down time. We had dinner together the next two nights, and they told us about some of their many travels. Frank gave us tons of RV tips that are going to help us out the whole year. Lynn was so sweet to our three-year-old, Lily, who constantly asked to go in her house and then asked her for every snack saw. Their home and land is beautiful, and we heard about their wonderful family. We saw airplane gliders taking off from their community's airfield for hours on our first full day. Frank and Lynn even gave us candy-filled eggs to hide around their yard, so our girls could have an Easter hunt. They had so much fun! The home is right between Denver and Colorado Springs, and we toured Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, and other sites. We were sad to say goodbye this morning to this gracious, generous couple. We hope to see them again soon in our travels or theirs. Thank you, Lynn and Frank!!