Have lived in the same place for 40 years. At our home we grow jackrabbits, tumbleweeds, kids, grand kids and great-grand kids.
Back yard has room for a RV, or two. Have well with good water. Weather can be cold at night in winter, warm days and hot in the summer. Wind blows much of the time, but usually it is just a stiff breeze. Have beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
Other things to see within an hours ride are: Local cat house (Exotic Feline Breeding Compound) featuring tigers, leopards, and other cats of all sizes from around the world, Musical road, Airplane museums, Tehachapi Loop where trains climb the mountain and loop themselves through a tunnel, wind farms, and Red Rock Canyon State Park.
I like crafting projects and crochet.
I retired from the school district in Rosamond after 21 years as a secretary.
I have two very social small dogs.
Wal-mart, Death Valley
We like to travel just to see the beautiful country of ours.
Motorhome is a 30 foot, 1999 Aerbus by Rexhall, built in the factory in Lancaster CA.
Lois and her son Anthony are very helpful, gracious hosts. Their host site has plenty of room and they offered water and power.
Two thumbs up.
Windy Acres was the perfect host for us. We got way behind schedule due to the storms and were feeling rushed and under pressure. She welcomed us right at sundown with a full tank of water to de-winterize with, electric for our CPAP and a quiet, dark, safe spot to park for the night. We were back on the road at sunup well rested and on our way to making up lost time. Rosamond looks like an interesting little town, and I would love to return some day to explore, if she would have us back!
Lois is a wonderful host and she has a great spot for spending the night. If we're passing through the area again, we would certainly contact Lois.
We were warmly welcomed and Lois' yard is perfect for RV parking. Nice and safe, quiet and dark allowed for a good night's sleep.
Could not ask for a more hospitable host. Lois was there with help and information that we needed. Not just positive but very positive experience.
Lois and her son were so helpful to us during our one-night stay. It rained the night we were there - so much that her son offered to get us "out" with his bulldozer if needed. Fortunately, we were able to tow out of their space without it. Thank you, again!
Very nice and pleasant stop over. Lots of places to park your RV with open space.
Our host provided us with everything we needed. We had water, 30 amp service and the wind blew all the dust off our camper. Thanks again!
Windy at windy acres so we didn't need the air conditioner. Stayed in April not March. So was pretty warm. Very friendly lady, enjoyed visiting about her motorhome days.
Lois provided us with a wonderful opportunity to go visit family in LA while travelling south from North California at the start of a big 4-month trip. Many thanks too for the lift to go visit the Feline Breeding Compound (despite it being too windy for all the kittens to come out and play!). (Sorry this reference is a few months old, we sent one before but it somehow must have gotten lost in The System!). Fully recommend this wonderful kind lady!
We had originally planned on 2 nights, however with a storm brewing, stayed only one night at Windy Acres. Lois was the best host! She guided us into her property and even offered up some farm fresh eggs! :) Loved the time spent with her for some great conversation too! Windy Acres is a wide open area, big enough for the largest of rigs, our 35' 5th wheel had no issues! And talk about quiet! What a wonderful peaceful night! I high suggest if you're passing through the high desert, stop by Windy Acres and visit a while with Lois. You'll be glad you did! We plan on going back!
Tom and Lori
I really enjoyed staying two nights at Lois’ place (“Windy Acres”--and it sure was windy!). I had some great chats with Lois’ son who thoughtfully and lovingly cares for his elderly Mom. He offered me a chance to fill my fresh water tank and to hook up to his electric outlet. Fortunately, I had plenty of water and also have solar, but I greatly appreciated his offer. I’d like to park my rig again there in the near future when I will visit the “cats” (lions, tigers, etc.) in a nearby location. (Originally, I thought that Lois’ son was talking about kitty cats!) I heartily recommend staying at Windy Acres. Bring a windbreaker, if you do.
Lois is a wonderful host and she actually named her property Windy Acres, LOL, what a wind storm we have experienced. We had water and she hooked us up to her solar 30 amp, I'm just sorry we didn't have more time to spend and go to the cat sanctuary with her, but, as she says, there's always next time. We did however enjoy a Friday evening fire with her and a fellow boondocker, Michelle, who was also very nice, she let our dogs out for us on Saturday when we were visiting friends! Would definitely come back here again if we get by this way.
Lois and her son Andy where super friendly. We had nice talkings and they toke us to a kind of zoo with several kind of lions, cats and tigers. For breakfast we get Some eggs from their
Lois and her family showed us amazing hospitality and kindness. She offered us 30 amp hook-ups that are connected to solar panels. She also had water hook-ups for us. We are so grateful for her kindness and generosity. She shared some tips on what to visit in Death Valley. We hiked gem hill and many other spots around Rosamond. The local McDonald's has a 5mbps wifi connection and that is where we would go to stay connected. The cell network on Lois' property is about 2-3 bars for AT&T and 2 bars for Verizon.
We had a nice relaxing stay and would definitely stay again if Lois would have us! Thanks so much for the lovely chats too!
Lois made us feel right at home, even asked us along when she went to dinner with her son. Terrific Chinese buffet, and we very much enjoyed talking with her about her travels. We have a quiet night’s sleep.
Some of the nicest people you'll ever meet live in Rosamond California. This host opened her home, and her life to us. They even took us to the exotic feline breading sanctuary. If we ever go through Rosamond again, we will stop in again. They don't come any more generous than this. We are glad to have made new friends.
I admit I was Leary to begin this journey. I have boondocked for years. I saw this and thought it could be incredibly cool. It could also get weird real quick. L was a great first time experience. First of all she responded quickly within 24 hours. Next she was very easy to communicate with. Directions were easy to follow. When I arrived she was quick to give me a great place to park and she went above providing me with more then the bio offered. She has been blessed with grandchildren and great grandchildren that spent the weekend visiting and playing around the yard. It was refreshing watching them. Everyone was very respectful of me and my space. Her son also took me out to the local cat breeding center. Pretty cool to see all the volunteers helping to save so many endangered species. Overall my first experience was fantastic. Thank you L.
We stayed with 'L' and son 'A' for a single memorable night. The weather had rained for a long time prior to our arrival(1/22/17). More rain(historic) than in the past 15 years. The entire region was rain soaked and areas of flooding. L's estate was a quagmire of mud and flooding, with only a tiny area of hard surface parking remaining unscathed. 'A' guided our rig around several obstacles and to safe haven. L and A were extremely hospitable and we talked for hours after our arrival. In drier times(which is almost always, as it is located in the high desert)there are vast areas of great parking on their property. Note that if the weather has been uncommonly 'sucky', you may have an entertaining time parking. We enjoyed our short time there.
She is a lovely person with two of the cutest dogs in the world. Her property is located in big sky country with that sort of painted mountain high desert scenery that inspires artists.
Her lot is very large and near the town of Rosemond with just enough amenities and places to get what you need.
We watched Jeopardy and were welcome. She enjoys having visitors and is very generous and experienced as an RV person.
It was a semi-emergency for us as I needed to visit my Dad in Los Angeles, but needed to scout out places to be. We are very grateful.
Thank you Lois!
Lois and Randy were so warm and welcoming - just what I needed after a difficult two weeks. They quickly got me and my trailer settled on their "ranch" and then invited me to join them at the Chinese buffet in Lancaster. I so enjoyed listening to all their travel and adventure stories. They've had many, many funny experiences. The evening ended with a ride down Avenue G - The Musical Road - one of three such roads in the world. This one plays the theme song from the Lone Ranger - now how sweet is that?! Thanks so, so much. Polly
You couldn't find better people as host than Randy & Lois. They took us on a tour of the area, invited us in for iced tea to cool off after we changed a flat tire in our RV. Randy loaned me a shop jack & air wrench to change the tire with. Randy & Lois took us out for Chinese food & would not let us pay said if we wanted we could leave the tip. They are a wealth of info on this area of California. We would stay again if they would have us. As I said before very friendly people. Meeting them was a highlight of our California trip.
Extremely hospitable and generous couple. A great place to explore the area, don't just drive through.
Randy is very knowledgeable about the local area and with Lois they make great hosts.
Lois and Randy are really great people. When we were on our way to get there our car broke down. They met us some 50 miles from their place and they towed our trailer. Over next few dats they took great care of us, helped witha car, and let us stay for as long as we needed.