We are spending some time traveling the USA and want to get to know the real people
Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
34 ft with 2 slide out on drivers side
Hosting this couple was our first Boondockers hosting experience. They were so nice and as many others have stated...they immediately felt like family in a very short time! We would love to have them stay again!
Welcome any time you come back to the States.
I find it amazing how much effort people have to put into RVing.
What a joy it was to have yous stay with us and it was great trading stories and about our cultures
We had a wonderful time with Grasshopper. Really enjoyed all the travel stories. Fun-loving couple that we are glad we had the opportunity to host. May your chilly bin always be full :-) !
Enjoyed their visit and learned a little about their home country. They are welcome back if traveling through the area again.
Had a nice visit and they were very interesting to talk to. Learned a lot about their travels and their homeland. They are welcome back any time.
We enjoyed meeting them and hosting them on our property. We're very happy they got to go to downtown DC and visit the sights. Wishing them safe travels!
We enjoyed the fire side chats and the sharing of life in New Zealand. You will enjoy hosting this couple.
Wow.... What a Fantastic couple. I feel like I have two new members in my family.
Memories of a life time!!!! Can’t wait to see y’all again!!!
Loved having grasshopper here and they are fun and interesting would love to have them back had great happy hours with them
Had an enjoyable visit discussing similarities and differences between Canada and New Zealand. We would enjoy having them stay with us again.
They quickly become like family, wonderful to have them and look forward to future stays.
We enjoyed hosting this couple and learning about New Zealand's North Island. About their lifestyle and how the country compares with ours. They would be welcome back anytime.
Great folks exploring the vastness of North America, can’t wait for them to come back and check out the “local” sites.