We are working hard toward retirement and hope to be there in a few years. In the mean time we enjoy exploring North America when ever we can get away.
I own a construction company so I'm fairly handy with construction related projects. I also like to think of myself as a backyard mechanic!! Haha....
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
Eddi was a fantastic host. This was our first BoondockersWelcome experience.
As we arrived a couple days after Va received about 12-14 inches of snow, he spent part of his day plowing snow so we could park. To me this was above and beyond what I expected.
Great guy, we will return again someday when it’s a little warmer.
We were pleased with the beautiful view at this quiet location. We were welcomed warmly. We appreciate the call to warn us about a low tire on our Jeep. If we ever pass that way again we will be sure to request another stay.
It was quiet and a great place to celebrate my birthday with my husband. View of mountains was what I loved. No deer unfortunately. Maybe next time. Host was right on with all he said.
Great spot for any type of RV since you can drive in and turn around with lots of room. I was driving a pickup and
pulling a 36 foot TT and had no issue.
The road to the spot can be a bit intimidating with the twist and turns but at a moderate speed it's OK.
Eddie & Terri met us and showed us the layout and gave us several ideas on what to visit while we are in the are.
Level black top by the garage with electric, large lot for Stella to run in and an abundance of deer. What's not to like?
We really appreciated the space. We had a nice visit with the host when we arrived and he allowed us to unhitch so we could go spend the day out without pulling the RV. We spent the day at the Booker T. Washington Memorial, which is just a couple minutes from there, hiking and visiting with friends that lived nearby. A great boondocking experience for us.