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Age: 45-55

Member since October 2018

Empty Nesters giving up the nest!

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We are Jeff and Kim Reese. We jumped into rving 6 years ago to force once a month commitment to "get away" from working our usual 24/7 habits. We bought a motorhome and each month we took a weekend. Six years later, our children grew up and out of the house and we are planning our future of full-time rving. We enjoy traveling, learning new cultures and meeting new people.
We found Jeff's computer and technical skills are often in demand on the road. He has been found working on someone's computer, satellite or other rv service or repairs on many of our trips!

Skills & Expertise to Share

All things computer, mechanical service and repair, solar installation, website maintenance

Two2goRV's Pets

We have a 9 year old pet Maltipoo named Frisco (from a family trip to San Francisco) who loves traveling and sniffing out new places. These days, Frisco often begs out of traveling to stay with Uncle Brian and be spoiled!

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We have boondocked at Cracker Barrels and WalMarts. Would never recommend a Walmart but have found Cracker Barrels extremely friendly.

Two2goRV's Hometown

We live in historical town of Lititz, PA, home of Sturgis Pretzel and Wilburs Chocolate. We love Lititz and will always consider Lititz home.

Two2goRV's Guest Details

Two2goRV's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

40 feet long

2018 Tiffin Allegro Red 37PA; Length: 39.17 ft.(470 in.); width: 8.42 ft. (101in.); Height: 12.83 ft. (154 in.); 4 Slides; Tow Mazda 5 with dolly

Two2goRV's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets

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October 2018

Wonderful Guests

We enjoyed having A_Reese_Piece here for a couple of days, although we didn't see much of each other due to schedules. They were so kind as to bring us a gift of chocolates from their home town! We would love to host them again if they are ever in the area.