I am a guy who likes to travel and explore. Scenic byways and backcountry byways are some of my most favorite routes. I love to hike. In the past I was an avid backpacker, mountaineer, and climber. I have backpacked throughout the Rocky Mountain region and have climbed a few iconic peaks such as the Grand Teton, Mt Whitney, Mt. Stuart, Gannett Peak and have attempted Mt Rainier twice (did not summit). I have backpacked the 75 miles Highline Trail in Wyoming's Wind River Range as well as numerous other trips in the Winds as well as trips in Oregon, Utah, and Colorado. I also plan on travelling back east in my 1998 Rialta to Pennsylvania this September to visit my 98+ year-old mother! I am retired but not tired.
I have a lot of experience about hiking and backpacking throughout the Rocky Mountain region. I have some local knowledge of places to visit. Very little mechanical skills.
I will have my new best buddy with me, Dakota. Dakota is a 5 1/2 year old Black Lab/German Shepard mix, another rescue dog. He is a big boy at 97 pounds but for the most part is a very gentle soul. He gets along with other dogs about 99% of the time and is not a cat lover. Meisha my previous 12 year-old female Lab mix went to Doggy Heaven in October of 2018 .
Wind River Mountain Range, San Rafael Swell in Utah
Evanston, WY. I-80 intersects our town which sits in the very southwest corner of Wyoming. It is about 60 miles from Park City, Utah. It has the Bear River State Park (Day Use Only but FREE) for biking, hiking, and picnicking. Adjacent to the park is Rio Oso which has about 20 miles of mountain bike trails, although many people walk these trails as well. The best thing is your dog can be off leash.
A 1998 Winnebago Rialta. Approx. length is 22' and is about 8' high. No slideouts. Self-contained. Can hook up to electric or I can use a generator if needed.
We had the privilege hosting Kemo he was very nice guy..We really enjoyed visiting with him!
Quite a history as an adventurer. A good guest for sure. Got him backed in and had a good chat for a bit. Next time, I want to hear more about his Wyoming host site. Got to be a beautiful site.
Kemo is a pleasant and respectful camper guest as is his dog Dakota.
Communication went well and we had a nice visit.
I would welcome him back.
Enjoyed visiting with Kemo1921 and Dakota (his dog). Both were quiet and considerate. Didn’t even realize he was gone the next morning. Stop by anytime we’re home Tim.
Pax and Tom
A man and his dog. Life is good. He's a fine gentelman and welcomed anytime.
Kemo1921 was very quiet and easy going. Due to our schedules and his short visit, we didn't get to chat much. We agree - his dog is very gentle and does not bark. We hardly knew they were here!
Safe travels Tim!
Our stay at Tim's was wonderful! He is a super host. Very kind and desires social exchange. We ate our dinner while visiting with Tim in his living room after a long day on the road. We exchanged storys of our travels and backgrounds.
Very nice stay.
Great location. Easy set up. Good man.
Kemo's location is super convenient for those travelling along the I80 corridor.
He was kind and welcoming company, offering a level space, power, and even a spaghetti dinner. Much appreciated!
We were traveling through the area on Labor Day weekend with no prior reservations and were a little worried about where we would stay and Tim was the answer! He was a friendly host, and invited into his home but we were tired so after our initial conversation we relaxed in our RV on his level driveway and got a good night’s sleep and an early start. Will recommend!
Had great conversation with a very generous person. He knew we’d experienced a few rough days with RV troubles and graciously shared his home at dinner time with my family. Friendly dog. Great location. Would stop again.
Everything as mention and expected