I'm the bearded blacksmith you see in old photos. While i do blacksmithing i also have other more modern equipment. Have radio controlled cars, and read a lot.
sewing, machine shop, blacksmithing, welding.
alvord desert, black rock desert, Mt babor.
21' born free
Kent is a very talented man. Many hobbies & interests. Welcoming and talkative. Easy and helpful. We enjoyed our stay here, & would come back if traveling through this way.
Kent is an interesting and very pleasant fellow to be around, as many others have already pointed out, so I'll stick to reviewing the actual camping area on his property. The gravel road leading back to the boondocking spot from the main street includes a tight 90 degree turn that might be difficult for really long rigs. The parking area is basically a hay field, with a lot of small dips and bumps and it can get pretty slippery in the morning dew. The area is very safe and the only other people we ever saw were a couple riding horses through the property. There are tons of places within 5 or 10 minutes to go shopping and get groceries and fuel.
We loved staying here. It was only for one night, but it was a good one. Kent was very hospitable and we loved seeing his workshop. Parking was pretty easy which was much appreciated since we haven't had our camper very long. We would definitely stay here again!
A gracious host. I loved the tour of the spheres and the workshops. I wish I could do a project together!
The parking spot is hidden from the road in a great neighborhood. Kent was an awesome host. We would absolutely stay here again if we’re back in the area.
It was just great! The communication was easy and the host was really nice! The tour through his workshop was just astonishing! The tips for the days thereafter were also very helpful. Thank you so much!
Kent was absolutely awesome. He was very patient with this newbie as I tried to back my camper into the spot. The location is great, as you are just outside of Corvallis, creating easy access to everything you could possibly need.
Thank you for a wonderful stay!
Our host was very friendly, and made room for us even though someone else was boondocking there. Thanks again for a pleasnat evening.
We stayed 2 days at Kent's place, and it was perfect for us. He was there when we arrived, showed us where to park, and even gave a tour of his amazing workshops. We enjoyed meeting him, and would definitely stay there again the next time we're in Corvallis. Thanks Kent!
Kent welcomed us, and gave us a tour of his workshop. He is a fascinating person- so involved in interesting restoration projects, and building gadgets - he welcomed us and showed us what he was working on. Thank you Kent for your welcome and tour!
We just loved Ken and his hobbies and stories. We would definitely stay there again. Corvallis is a great spot to anchor to check out all the sites. It was a very quiet neighborhood and away from the street. Although we just stayed one night, we would stay again to say hello.Thank you Ken, for a great experience.
Had a great visit in Corvallis thanks to kenbo. He was hospitable, flexible, low key, and fun to talk to.
Plus, if you have any interest at all in machine or electric engineering or toys, or even sewing, you'll fall in love with his shop. kenbo is a man of many talents and interests, you'll definitely enjoy visiting with him.
I can't recommend this kind host enough! And what an incredible location. If I were to settle down, I'd consider Corvallis. They have a lovely town, with all sorts of family activities to entertain everyone. We especially enjoyed all the U-pick opportunities.
Thank you so much for the generous hospitality! We are grateful!
Found Kenbo on the Boondockers website. He is friendly, easy to work with, and responsive to communication. The area for RVs is about 50 yards back from a street, far from any residences and pleasantly quiet. Electricity was available from a close by shop building. Consider staying with Kenbo if you are looking for a place to park in the Corvallis area.