Age: 55-65

Member since February 2018

Semi-retired gypsy vagabonds and kitchen witches

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Kathy is a retired professional (private) service worker. Gil is a recycled Air Force radar technician, keeping busy with real estate inspections since 1994. We enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, cooking and all things house and garden.

We rented a Class C for a maritime tour in September 2016 and caught the bug. Our 2015 "Winnie" came home with us in November of 2016, and we were another 30,000 kms down the road by the next winter.

Whether it be a shopping mall, ski hill or conservation area, and whether it be summer or winter "home is where we park it!"

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Skills & Expertise to Share

Electrical, basic mechanical, household repair, computers, smartphones, internet, camp craft and cookery.

gilandkathy's Pets


Favorite Boondocking Locations

General usage Crown Land, big box stores, truck stops, farms, wineries, municipal campgrounds - and Boondockers Welcome Hosts of course!

gilandkathy's Hometown

Brighton, Ontario, Canada

gilandkathy's Guest Details

gilandkathy's Rig

Rig Type: Class C

33 feet long

2015 Winnebago 31K motorhome, self-contained

gilandkathy's Travel Preferences

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References from Hosts (5)


August 2019

lovely couple

I did not have a chance to meet Gil and Kathy personally, but they were lovely and communicative by email, arrived and left as promised, and I did not hear any complaints from my neighbours. :) Thank you for passing through!


December 2018

Always welcome

Short stay and we missed talking as we are out early on Saturdays. Hope to see you again in the springtime when it isn't as cool .

truck camper rovers

July 2018

great visit

nice people they were here short while


June 2018

Friendly couple

I would recomment that you offer this couple an overnight spot if you have one available.


April 2018

Wonderful guests

Gil and Kathy are welcome anytime. They were great guests and were self sufficient.