My husband, myself and our two children have recently become full timers excited to explore this beautiful country we live in and share the love of Jesus. We hope to enjoy and take in the beauty and share with our children the wonder in adventure.
My husband is a 4th generation carpenter by trade and in the military he aquired many skills. Operating equipment,mechanics,safety... the list goes on.
He’s a very handy guy.
I have been blessed as a homemaker for the last 10 years and enjoy that opportunity very much. We both consider ourselves pretty adaptable and love to learn new things.
We have an 11 year old pug beagle mix who enjoys exploring and certainly has the nose of a beagle. She is an old girl who also takes every opportunity to nap and snack.
She is quiet and enjoys meeting new people. She never objects to a belly rub.
We are very new to the life of full timing and Hope to explore multiple boondocking experiences.
My husband retired from Fort Campbell Kentucky, north of Nashville TN, with the 101st Airborne. We both call TN home not far from Memphis.
We call our 36 ft Firth wheel toyhauler home and we have a F350 that carries the load.
What a fun and lovely experience this was. This family had come to our area to do some volunteer building at a local church and wound up staying at our place for almost 6 weeks. They were here about 2 weeks and we had Samuel re-roof a small shed that we had. Lindsey and Jada helped. They then went traveling for a couple of weeks. After their return we went on vacation for a week and Lindsey and Jada took care of picking strawberries, raspberries and blueberries for me and also kept all the potted plants watered. Samuel and Lindsey then re-roofed another shed for us. Some of the labor was exchanged for electric and some was paid labor. Jada and Lincoln became fast friends and best buddies with the 2 children across the road. (Our employee's children). We had great visits, shared recipes and lots of fun times together. Jada was always willing to help me with anything and she loves to cook often sharing something she had just made with us. They interacted well with other Boondockers that came while they were here. It was very hard to say good-by. Hope we will get to see them again in the future. Thank goodness for phones and emails.