We are a family of four, working, schooling and traveling full time across the US. I work as a digital marketing consultant for an agency in Texas and my wife schools our two children ages 7 and 10.
We haven't done much boondocking yet, but we're excited to build our list of favorite locations!
Our home base is Lubbock, Texas. We were both raised there.
2007 32' Forest River Wildcat 32QBBS White with Wildcat and mountain details. 2 slideouts. Pulled by a 2014 Gold/Tan Ford F-250 Super Duty long bed pickup truck.
The kids were absolutely wonderful. WOW.... great job MOM AND DAD.....
We hop to see them down in a Texas if we ever get there again.
Very nice family, they were very quiet, you didn't know they were there. The children were outgoing and fun to visit with. I wish they had stayed longer so that we would have had a chance to spend more time visiting.
It was a pleasure having NomadicFamlyLife stay with us. They were very friendly and the children were polite. I learned about Harvest Host from them and also about RV Families communicating with each other and that they have a gathering in FL in Feb. We wish them well in their travels and perhaps they will return next year.
Only regret was not able to spend more time with them to talk about their travels. Kids where very well behaved. Come back any time.
What a wonderful family to host here at "Kamp Karma"! Mom and Dad were great to visit with, and it's been a long time since I've seen such polite and respectful children! Full-time RVers who are taking the time to explore all this country has to offer us, and at the same time teaching their kids that the world is a full of opportunity when you go looking for it.
They made themselves right at home, the kids seemed to have a great time, and my site was left as pristine as could be. It was a little sad looking at the vacant campfire ring that had been so full of life for a few days... Hope to see them again someday and hear of their adventures across the country.
"Wherever you go, go with all your heart." - Confucius
Casey and Jessica and their two kids were a joy to host. They are one of the main reasons why we joined boondockers welcome, which was to meet new people that love to travel. They are such nice people that they really did not want to impose on us when we offered them the use of some of our facilities. We made it easier when we asked them to help us with clearing a small section of yard next to the RV pad and burn some brush... that made everyone happy!
It was really nice to see their kids running through the yard trying to catch fireflies and playing down at the pond trying to catch frogs and tadpoles. This of course gave us time to talk to the parents about all sorts of things.
We would be happy to host them again!