Recently widowed, from upstate New York all my life. Traveled as a teen all over U.S. and now want to see it all again as an adult and meet new people along the way. No more NY winters for this girl, PLEASE!!’
Don’t want to pay NY State Income taxes anymore either so looking for a new place to settle as part of my travels. I’m tall, educated and love to talk and enjoy good food with others.
I am an exceptionally good seamstress, and I now use that skill to quilt.
I worked in human services until I retired so I have a lot of info on how to maybe help people work the systems in New York State. However, the knowledge may not apply outside of NYS where the state constitution ensures that even adults with out children in the home are provided with a roof and food IF THEY CHOOSE TO ACCEPT IT. The don’t promise what the conditions will be like though.
I have 2 neutered male Biewer Terriers. They are Miki at 9 pounds and his sibling Timmy at a whopping 5 pounds maybe. They are afraid of big dogs so they do get rather noisy when they see another dog and it’s too close for their comfort though. So I walk them on leashes always and they are okay in my rig with proper ventilation. They LOVE to be petted and cuddled. But they have been through a lot with me these past 2 years and especially since I sold our house and changed their life again. They are my salvation and family.
None yet, looking forward to starting!
No where at this point. I am looking for a new place to eventually call home at some point again. It has to be sunny but not unbearably hot for more than a couple of months a year I think, and where central air is standard in residences pretty much. I hope anyway.
Ford F-550 Lariat with 4 door cab (not sure what they call it) dually, with an Okanagan truck camper on top. Camper had 2 slide outs, one on each side. The camper while on the truck sits 13 feet tall. I have a propane generator on board if needdd, but when I have electric hookup I’m fine without the generator. I only need 30 amp service if it’s really hot out, but otherwise even 110 service works for me. Someday I hope to travel with my horse in a trailer behind my truck and camper too. But not enough experience with driving my rig to do that just yet. It’s a dream of mine.
Had a nice visit with guest and her cute furr babies. Nice to have a repeat visitor! We just May make this a seasonal routine!
Joyfulskip1 got here later than what she had said arriving after dark. After showing her where the spot is and holding a flashlight for her to see to get off the road. While holding the flashlight to let her see to get her rear camper steps down as they are mounted high, her truck that is left running and in gear takes off rolling by itself. In all the panic she drops the ladder down which hits me hard on top of my shoulder. I am left with a big cut and what is evidently a fractured shoulder. Luckey enough to get the truck stopped before any damage to anything. She seems to be a nice person and she sure left a impression on me. , Robert
This is the second time Rayne has stayed with us, and she's welcome to keep it up. Both her visits coincided with fellow BoonDockers DTHanscom, and we're getting to be like family to eachother.
Rayne was a wonderful guest, upbeat and friendly even while dealing with issues with her camper. Wish I could have spent more time with her, and look forward to her next swing through Tennessee.
So glad we were able to host Rayne and her two pups. Looking forward to more time with her next trip through the area.