My wife and I have been full-timing since 2010 & full-time traveling since 2011. We are loving our retirement travels, enjoy meeting new people, swapping travel stories, and we always enjoy boondocking or dry camping whenever possible. Our home is currently a 45 Ft Class A motorcoach, so boondocking opportunities are a bit more limited. We do have about 1200 watts of solar on the roof of our rig, as well as a quiet generator. If we owned land we would have already been offering it as a host, but we sold our CA house back in 2011. We have been guest members of Boondockers Welcome since August 2012, and have watched it grow ever bigger. We want to personally thank all hosts for allowing boondockers a place to park when they are in your area. Our retirement website is D & D World Travel [http://ddwt.us]
Don is retired military & law enforcement, and worked as a college professor for several years. Debbie is a retired community college program coordinator for community education & contract education. Don is well versed in investing for retirement, timeshare usage, cruising, marksmanship, hunting & fishing; and Debbie is a great cook & she also created & runs the FaceBook RV Hacking Camping Ideas group with over 105,000 members as of Nov. 2019.
No, but we do enjoy other's pets.
BLM land out west is tops, but we enjoy staying most places we can access with our big rig.
Full-time RVers nowadays, so HOME IS WHERE WE ARE CURRENTLY STAYING. We retired out of Southern California. Don was born & raised in Illinois & Debbie was born & raised in Southern California.
The motorcoach is a Newmar Essex diesel pusher with 4 slide outs & tag axle. The RV has a modern paint scheme with multi-colored, earth tone paint job. The towed vehicle is a Ford Explorer AWD with a silver paint job. Both the motorcoach & SUV are kept clean & in good working order. Our RV has a quiet generator.