Retired from computer sales. Starting full time cruising (liveaboard) on my 45' trawler in 2011 until 2018. Now, liveaboard my RV, anticipating boondocking and exploring beginning January 2019.
University of GA grad (economics) and Grad school (Pol. Sci). Non-smoker, non-drinker (but not at all against such...just had my fill!). Southern born and reared but lived in SC, NC, GA, TX, NJ, CA (both northern and southern). Moderate amount of European travel (business and pleasure).
Reasonable carpentry skills. General "handyman" capabilities (the kind required to keep up a house!).
Not discovered yet but I believe will be the Northwest.
Born Savannah, GA. Currently (Sept. 2018) living in New Bern, NC. No fixed residence.
2005 Winnebago Adventurer with a motor scooter on an aft rack.
Glad to be able to accomidate, even though we had several other BW in the yard. Enjoy visiting with a sailor, having done things that I would have liked to do years ago
Being our first guest was a good beginning for us. J. was what it is all about and we look forward to many more guests like him. Thanks for setting the example!
Johndurden is a good guest. I enjoyed to speak with him of travelling and rving experiences. He is respectful. I hightly recommend johndurden as a guest.
Unfortunately johndurden wasn’t able to stay with us, but in organizing their visit communication was excellent and quick.
John was a wonderful Gentlemen guest.
We talked about everythings and nothing and it was very interessing.
I did pass good time with this beautiful attitude gentlemen.
Good road John, come back anytime.
John was an excellent guest, very quiet and non-obstuvise, sone great conversation around the fire pit, we look forward to hosting John in the future 😊
We almost didn't even know our boondocking guest was even out in the yard... Very quiet but pleasant person.
Enjoy your travels!!
Quiet person, never knew he was around Friendly to talk to
Johndurden is a wonderful guest and a real pleasure to talk with. Even helped me building a set of ramps for my lawn tractor. Wish we could have spent more time together. Welcome back anytime.
During his three days here, John and I had several opportunities to chat. We discussed everything from motorhomes to motor scooters to National Parks to San Antonio...and everything in between :-)
It was a pleasure to host John at The Lake House. He was very quiet and respectful of our property, yet always willing to have a chat and a laugh - a true southern gentleman. Sheila and I wouldn't hesitate to welcome him back again in the future!
Quiet, respectful gentleman. Stayed two nights. Didn’t get much chance to socialize.
Wish him well on his journeys.
Very polite, nice man. Would absolutely welcome again. Good luck with your travels!
John requested to stay at Baker’s Acre as a result of Hurricane Florence. His area was devastated and it was a pleasure meeting him. John initially did not request any services, but it was so hot and humid here in Tennessee, I insisted. As always, my policy is all services are FREE! John was so quiet, we didn’t even notice he was here. Before he left for home, we visited a bit on our front porch and he handed me an envelope. I assumed it was a thank you card, but, he graciously gave us $40.00. I did not expect any compensation. John had even offered to take my husband Joe and I out for lunch, but our schedules did not permit. John was so thankful for a place to weather out the storm and we were pleased he chose Baker’s Acre!