Active couple that enjoys traveling our beautiful country.
Sourdough baker, floral designer, seamstress and internet surfer.
Washington state national forests.
West Monroe, LA
Roadtrek 210 Popular Class B
We enjoyed our visit with Danny. They are knowledgeable about the RV lifestyle. They are welcome back anytime and looking forward to meeting up with them again.
We really enjoyed This couple staying with us, they were wonderful people , We had a lot in common. We would welcome them back anytime
Danny and June were awesome guests. Enjoyed having them. We had two Rv guests at same time so we had a group camp fire and had a wonderful time around the fire chatting. Would have them stay again if they come back to Alaska.
Thanks for stopping buy! You both made the days while you were here more fun and hope to see you again sometime.
Sorry we were not able to provide you with all your requirements (Wifi, >10A power) but glad we could give you somewhere to hole up during the awful rains as you passed through!
Thank you for staying with me! It was a pleasure meeting you both. I only wish we had more time to visit!
Did not have much time to chat, only stayed for one night - wish we had more time, welcome back anytime!
We were very thankful to have the opportunity to stay during the coronavirus pandemic. We were on our way back home from the west trying to move quickly with campground closures this was a great opportunity to have a safe place to stay. We carried on a little bit of a conversation with our phones staying our distance. The next time we’re in the area we would love to get to know our hosts better.
Very hospitable host, we were warmly received. They suggested we visit the Biedenharn, home of the first bottlers of Coke--very testing. We spent a peaceful night in their driveway.
Danny's place was just what I needed on a x-c drive...easy, safe, quiet. Even though it was Easter Sunday and they had plans, they generously offered their driveway. Communication was great, and I felt very welcomed. Thanks!
Even though they were leaving for their own extended adventure to Alaska in 3 days, they welcomed me and helped with getting the trailer parked. It was a very hot and muggy evening in NE Louisiana, and they loaned me their endless breeze fan. (I liked it and will buy one!)
The location is on a short quiet street with almost no traffic. Plenty of room for a 25' trailer. The night before I left June brought me a small loaf of banana bread! Life is good!