My husband and I are retired Connecticut natives who spent most of our working careers in the Virginia suburbs of DC. We are now living in Downeast Maine. We enjoy traveling the US and Canada in our truck camper, visiting every brew pub we find along the way.
Not experts in anything, but have some skills in construction, electrical, plumbing, and woodworking.
We have a female german shepherd dog. She is great with people. She gets along with most other dogs but does not like cats.
We have enjoyed boondocking spots in various places in Canada, but don’t have specific locations to share.
We live in Gouldsboro, Maine which is on the Schoodic Peninsula.
Arctic Fox truck camper on a Ford F350 DRW, crew cab truck. Total length is just under 27 feet.
Our wonderful, thoughtful hosts provided a lovely environment and interesting conversation!
This was my first Boondocker experience and the hosts were extremely friendly and accommodating. They have a beautiful place on the water and are well located for visiting Acadia National Park. If I ever make it back to Maine, I would definitely want to see them again. Great job!
Beautiful quiet wooded site. Host wecolming, we requested additional night stay and was not a problem. Highly recommended and would definitely return. Gorgeous ocean view!
Very nice hosts, spot on, communication. Offered excellent POI- including a couple of their favorite spots.
Schoodic Point was a great one, loved it!
This was a beautiful and peaceful place to park, with gracious hosts!
A beautiful spot with generous, helpful hosts--many thanks for the best rookie experience possible!
Sorry, we did not get the visit long, but we had a very pleasant and quiet evening.
We thoroughly enjoyed our peaceful stay at Binnshire. Our hosts were friendly and helpful, and we enjoyed walking down to the water and gazing at the magnificent view. The site was quiet, and surrounded by pines, thank you for a wonderful visit!
We had a great time exploring the Schoodic area with help from our most gracious hosts, who shared their waterfront view with us and provided a wealth of information. We bought lobster from the Corea Coop and had delicious haddock chowder on the Corea Wharf. The 5 mile Buck Cove- Schoodic Head -Anvil trail in the Park was challenging but rewarding; and the shuttle ride back to the visitor center was very welcome.
We would definitely like to return in the future.
this is a very quiet, peaceful and idyllic host in a magnificent natural setting, just a few steps from the wonderful shore, with two great people as host, very friendly and helpful.
I have to come back.
They took the time to answer me very quickly even though they were traveling. It's appreciated.