Enjoy outdoor activities, DIY projects, and helping other when in need.
3 Season recreation camper: Spring, Fall and Winter. Cool summer nights are good, but I don't like to camp when it is too hot.
Lots of kids and grand kids to keep me busy and mostly out of trouble:
My grown-up kids: 1 cop, 1 bio lab manager, 1 house wife, 1 nurse, 1 US Marine. Grand Kids - too many to count.
Fix it guy - mechanical or electro mechanical.
Warren, Pa, Kinsua Dam, Rim Rock and Jakes Rock areas.
Northern Virginia, GW National Forest, Zepp Area.
1) GW National Forest dispersed camping areas 1 hour off of I-81 Tom's Brook exit in Northern Virginia. Good for small RVs (24 ft max) and tents/pop-ups. No turn arounds so you don't want to tow anything.
2) Better would be to pay $15 and camp in Shennandoah National Park, Skylind Drive - 4 paved and very nice campgrounds. Free dump sites, no hook-ups. I-81 eixt 300 to I-66E exit 6 or 8 at Front Royal. 1st campground is 22 miles inside the park.
1) All but drought times. National Forest camping is closed during droughts due to fire hazard.
2) Shennandoah Nat Park has a lot of non-reservable spots - 1st come 1st serve after Noon.
2000 Tiffin Allegro, 29 ft. long, 11 ft 9 inches tall, 1400 lbs. Workhorse/Chevy gas chassis. No slides, nothing fancy.