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Age: 55-65

Member since November 2018

Recently retired, ..Snowbird Newbie,

Active Guest

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My wife and I are retired and are starting our first year as Snowbirds.
We have traveled some, with and without a camper.
I'm a retired truck driver and my wife is a retired nurse.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Retired truck driver after 35 yrs. Mostly in the Northeast region of US. Have enough mechanical experience to know when I'm in over my head and need help, LOL.

Rhutch01's Pets

we have our Rottweiler "Pup", Willow.
She goes everywhere with us. She is shy at first, but then she'll play as long as you want to.
She likes to go for walks to check things out.

Rhutch01's Hometown

We live in Stanley, NY. That's Upstate NY, in the center of the Finger Lakes. Farming area.


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Rhutch01's Guest Details

Rhutch01's Rig

Rig Type: Fifth Wheel

36 feet long

We have a 36 ft Reflection 5th wheel and a 2017 Ram 3500, 2wh dr, 4 dr, 8 ft box tow vehicle.

Rhutch01's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets
  • Prefers an electric hookup
  • Has slideouts

Rhutch01's References (4)

References from Hosts (4)


April 2020

They’re becoming old friends

This is the third time they’ve stayed with us and are welcome back anytime!


December 2019

Much better weather this time

It looks like our guests just made it out of the Northeast before their first major snowstorm unlike last year!
We’re glad you enjoyed the restaurant recommendations and hope to see you again on your next trip!


February 2019

Great visit. These folks are welcome back anytime.

great people


December 2018

Great couple!

Ron and Roxey were a pleasure to meet and have stay with us. Ron's former truck driving experience came in handy as the snow we had left a smaller area for them to stay than normal and he was able to easily back into the space we had.
I highly reccomend them and hope they stop back on their way up North in the Spring when the weather is warmer!