I've had a lifetime of adventures around the world, written a few books, and been a keynote speaker for organizations ranging from Starbucks, Ford, Microsoft, etc. to Chambers of Commerce and dental practices. I LOVE being in rough situations and comfort is unimportant to me. Though I'm 69, I always stay in youth hostels when traveling abroad. I thought I was retired... until a recent divorce! So, I'm back home in the USA and will give some speeches ($$$) while indulging my love of adventure in an RV. Just bought a 2017 Winnebago View and am eager to learn the ropes.
I'm a world traveler and have probably been anywhere you're considering visiting. I'm definitely highly skilled when it comes to visiting the world's most spectacular sights and sites... for little money.
Maybe your place? I'm brand new at this.
Grew up on the San Francisco peninsula in San Carlos, which used to be a small town for commuters. My dad worked for the phone company in SF and rode the train to work everyday. Now, though, my little home town calls itself "Silicon Valley North" and I couldn't afford to live there! For the last 10 years, I moved to and lived in a different country each year: Argentina, South Africa, Malaysia... there are a few stories in there! As of now, I share a house near Denver and am mostly gone!
2017 Winnebago View
Brief but very pleasant with an interesting Boondocker who is welcome back anytime.
What a real gem it was to have GeoWalther visit us!! Truly!! This world-class traveler had SO MANY stories we talked into the night! But what fascinated us was he was genuinely interested in us and our world as we were in this may who had traveled to and lived in so very many countries. As a guest, he was kind and considerate, and a pleasure to host. We would LOVE to have him back anytime, and so will you!!! :-)
Geowalther found himself in northern Michigan with the RV parks full for Labor Day weekend. We were out of town enjoying our own boondocking location in Vermont but were happy to provide a place for him to rest before continuing the next morning. He was very appreciative of being able to find a place and we were happy to be able to provide.