loves peace, quiet, and nature.
Interested in books from 1800's. Have solar on my MH. Interested in most aspects of small and large farming, alternative energy, tiny houses, helping people. Don't like radio or TV much. Love good books. I do 5D Diamond painting/embroidery, and enjoy showing others how to do it. People find it either amazingly relaxing or tedious. Used to do computer repair. Often can help with those sorts of problems. Also can usually install Linux operating system and teach people how to use it. I have it on a computer so folks can look and decide for themselves. Also extensive interest in herbal medicine.
Apologize for not perfect picture of my motorhome. A friend's car is in front.
No, not any more.
Small Class C motorhome. It seems to be only slightly larger than my GMC Safari Van, which is considered a "mini" van. Rig has solar. I do have a 900 watt extremely quiet Yamaha "suitcase" generator, but rarely need it. Sorry friends car is slightly in the way in picture.
So sorry we will not get to see her next fall, as her travel plans may change. But we understand and wish her so much happiness in her life and travels. She is a very kind and considerate person.
Shelly was a delight to have stay. Welcome any time! I hope your visit to the Southwest was uneventful - in a good way.
Sorry to hear your troubles, hope to see you next time though
I left an earlier reference, but I'm not sure if it went through. Shelbyd1 stayed with us for a night in October 2018. Once I had her spotted in, she was the quietest guest we have ever had. She's a humble woman and a real pleasure to have as a guest.
Enjoyed hosting Shelley 2 nights on her way through our area. Safe travels, hope your adventures are wonderful. Enjoy!
She shared her craft and showed me how to do it myself. She shared elements of her interesting life with us and I'd love to visit with her more, perhaps on her way back north in Spring. We'd love to have her stay again.
You've heard the expression, quiet as a church mouse. That describes Shelbyd! perfectly. Once I had her spotted in to her parking spot and gave her the basics for the lay of the land, I never heard from her again that evening. The next morning I gave her directions for a shortcut to head south. You couldn't ask for a politer guest.