Tom retired from "the phone company" at age 55 and, thanks to his good money management skills, Cheryl left public relations work soon after. With their one son launched into career, homeownership and a happy marriage of his own, T&C sold their Indiana home, bought a "tiny-house-on-wheels" and hit the road!
Tinker: 15-year-old cat aka Stinker
We love Harvest Hosts.
No longer own a home; we travel fulltime. Son lives in Greenfield, Indiana. Also have close relatives in NDakota, Michigan, and SCarolina.
Our motorhome is a 40 ft Alpine Coach diesel-pusher built by Western Recreation. We use a tow bar to pull our Ford C-Max 4-door hybrid car.
We thoroughly enjoyed having Tom & Cheryl boondock with us Sunday till Tuesday. Sorry we could not take you out to dinner because of the quarantine. Please come back to see us if you are back in our area.. we would love to have you.
TLC stayed a couple nights and enjoyed the river view and wildlife. They are great guest friendly, quiet and respectful. We would welcome them back.
Safe travels TLC
Butch & Judy
It was my pleasure to host these guests. They are welcome back in the future.
We didn’t get a chance to get to know this couple as we had a family emergency during the visit that pulled us out of town.
They took good care of our property while we were gone and we sure hope the stop back through some time soon.
Gosh, we had such a great time even tho it was short... We "clicked" with each other and found we had lots of things in common. On Saturday morning, while sitting on the patio, they shared a delicious piece of pie..... We enjoyed each other's company very much. ...We didn't want to see them go but they had places to be... They are welcome to come visit anytime!!
PS : We are honored that you placed a state sticker on your map for having an "experience" in Minnesota!!!!
Another guest that I didn't get a chance to meet but by all accounts from my team they were awesome. Safe travels and Happy New Year.
Easy to communicate with. Very quiet and conscientious.
While we could not be there to meet them the neighbor who looked in on them was very impressed.
Welcome to come back anytime.