We full time RV around the US with our son and two daughters ages 17,17,11. We sold our home near Philadelphia in February 2018 to begin our adventure. We share our journey on YouTube at Live Your Someday Now to inspire others to live out their dreams.
Our family plays music at craft shows, fairs and church. Our Oldest daughter is great at video editing and our son does coding.
Two rescue dogs, Caramel and Pepper who are both about 4 years old and 45-50 pounds
Out West in National Park areas
Most recently from Coopersburg Pennsylvania. Now we are always traveling around the US chasing warm weather and sunshine.
33’ Newmarket Baystar with 3 slides. Travel with a separate vehicle a Chevy Traverse (it is driven separately and not towed)
The Dboykas are a delightful family. They are very personable and friendly. Unfortunately, we had some severe storms in our area while they were here. Fortunately, there was no damage and everyone "weathered" the storm successfully. They are welcome back any time they are int he area.
What a wonderful quest, safe travels and God bless your journey. Would love to see you in ND.
They had a bit of a rough time as Brian and a couple of the kids were sick with fevers for a couple of days. But we had several interesting discussions and if they'd just put us in charge I think we could solve the World's problems. They are welcome back here anytime. I hope it's soon.
They also have some interesting YouTube videos "Live your someday now." so I'll be tracking their travels a bit.
All the best,
We didnt get to spend much time together, but we are so happy they chose to stay with us. More than welcome to come back anytime.
After I explained about the Polar Vortex that froze my bamboo clumps the entire family lent a hand rescuing my bamboo. Each with a specialty task. We all had fun eating pizza and then make shift hot dogs that evening with family and another camping couple. They are welcomed to come back anytime as with my big yard help is always appreciated but never required.
The Dboyka's were the first guests we welcomed to our farm. And what a great way to start our Boondocker's Welcome experience. They are a wonderful family, and it felt like welcoming old friends to our farm. Their children are exceptionally well-behaved and polite. Their dogs were never a bother and they always cleaned up after them. The entire family was conscientious about not being a bother and making sure they didn't have a negative impact on our family. We enjoyed their company so much we welcomed them to stay an extra night. If you are hesitant about welcoming a family with kids and/or dogs, you won't be sorry you let the Dboyka's stay with you. They came as strangers and left as friends.
Dboykas visit was cut short due to the snow storm although we did get to spend some time together. Very nice young busy family Happy Holidays!