Semi retired newlyweds have had plenty of RV outing education growing up but there was no time to prepare for our first two back to back non-planned "adoptions" of vintage (fixers). This is our story in brief. What started as a short term impersonal stay in an affordable Pace Arrow evolved into our attraction to the unknown of RVing. We had been humbled and the only way through any remodel is not to give up or cut corners. On the third summer now with over 6 states and two trendy memberships we love to hate, its a ritual to cut and paste i guess backgammon can wait. Yes more clubs looked neat but not too exciting cause we don't need much until we saw BW. Another tug, the universe showing us more ways to learn from each other and contribute back. To safely travel to even farther destinations that no longer seem light-years away! We know that a roll of paper towel or a flashlight instructed to keep, there are so many boondockers as full with the giving spirit as we are.. it's not hard to believe.
We share or compete with passion on any home improvement (never been done before) type project. Floor guy retired tradesman with a knack for mechanics. Marketing to markets from the mountains to Monterey Bay. Three decades of experience in Northern Cal and Nevada with a new start in Southern Nevada . We love real estate and all that comes with it. Hometowns to choose from that if you've not discovered we claim as well Laughlin & Bullhead.
Sadly, not now. Our Wiener dog "Wiener" at age 17, passed while we conquered the East Bay. He was in heaven hanging his ears out full sail on any road trip.
San Luis Reservoir Basin area has as good as we have been able to do bottom line camping. It is not a free RV spot but it has a 24 Walmart near by and if you come CA33 or I5 to CA152, look and go slowly in any direction there are canals and the aquaduct which is a great time to fish any of the hot spots included in the day or overnight fee. We love the variety here of RV spots from primative Medeirous water front sites to partial hookups to the South is Basalt campground where there is a paved pad and coin showers, shade and views. The far side of the Forebay is amazingly vast and full of wildlife to enjoy the campground is electric hookups and water and dump stations too. A clutch boondock that we've found very handy is the square mile block around the land behind the Arco Gas station along a curbed sidewalk where we will see truckers as well as boondockers. It's a weed field and not pretty but lots of traffic of travelers not locals to bother and we've seen CHP loop by, streetlights help too add to it being one to share.
Northampton and Castle Rock. Hanging our new flag in Vegas at this moment.
2008 Ford F150 XLT SUPERCREW is used to tow our travel trailer. The truck is a four door full size pickup with a short bed. Our Trailer is a 27' Aljo without slides and is self contained.