I am a veteran and a retired teacher. I hiked the Appalachian Trail after retiring, and will soon be RVing with my wife when she retires in a few months. We live on a farm and raise beef cattle.
Skills ... I can educate you about cattle farming. There are a couple nice museums in town - the boyhood home and school of US Grant.
We have an outside Birder Collie and an inside Maltese. The Maltese will be traveling with us.
We live near the small crossroad town of Arnheim, but our address is actually Georgetown, the boyhood home of US Grant.
Jayco ht 25.5 REOK, towed with a Ford F-250 crew cab
Once again a positive experience . Very interesting couple had a very nice,visit. They would be welcome,anytine.
From the minute we pulled we felt right at home. Mike gave us advice on hikes, museum and other sites to see. He brought out brochures also. We visited serpent mound while there and did great hikes. He suggested a ferry ride into Kentucky which we took with the rv and was amazing. If you are in the area we highly recommend you stay here.
We look forward to coming back in the future.
Thanks Mike for a great welcome and a nice chat. Mike showed us the farm. Nice neat clean place wth lots of room to park our 5th wheel. We had a cup of coffee wth Mike and could have talked for a lot longer. But had to move on. We would recommended this spot. Thanks again.
Ann and Henry
Very nice gracious hosts. Made us feel right at home. Very grateful for the invite to watch the OSU game. Loved seeing the cattel and chickens. Even got a tour the Ritz-Carrollton of chickens house. What lucky chickens. Would definitely recommend this stop. Thank You.
Our stay at M & M Cattle Farm was great! Our hosts were very friendly and
accommodating. We shared some interesting tales. A beautiful spot to rest and relax.