Kayakin

Age: 55-65

Member since November 2018

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Retired couple with large, loving dog.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Handy with repairs

Kayakin's Pets

Large Lab/Newfoundland

Favorite Boondocking Locations

South of Tucson

Kayakin's Hometown

Stevensville, MT

Memberships

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Kayakin's Guest Details

Kayakin's Rig

Rig Type: Travel Trailer

23 feet long

2016 Arctic Fox bumper pull, no slide out. 2017 Chevy crew cab 20 feet in length.

Kayakin's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets

Kayakin Has 1 Host Location

Bears on Fence

Stevensville, MT, US
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Kayakin's References (5)

References from Hosts (1)

MARTYS

July 2019

Too Short

Their visit was way too short. Left a cute gift. Nice couple.


References from Guests (4)

DotDee_Roadtrippers

September 2019

Great Rest Stop

Kayaking is great couple, interesting stories and good travel tips. As soon as we arrived, we joined them at local brewpub to get to know each other.

They set us up on a nice spot with a 20 amp power cord. On our second night, an invitation to sit by the fire and chat. Tremendously enjoyable.

When we weren’t visiting with them, they left us alone. We did respect each other’s privacy. We would stay there again if in area, and would be glad to host them.


LarryinID

August 2019

Good overnight spot

Pleasant helpful hosts.

Plenty of flat parking. Easy to find. Close to highway 93.

Our dogs got along nicely.

Road in ok but has a culvert right at start that might be an issue for long units with low clearance. My 26 ft w hydraulic jacks cleared it...but probably not by much.

Dusty parking and you have to like neighbor’s chickens.


johnkellygreen

July 2019

Warm, friendly, welcoming folks!

Kayakin were gracious hosts, with a great spot with room to choose sun or shade. It’s located minutes from Stevensville and only 30 minutes from Missoula. Our hosts invited us to a lovely dinner and we talked about our respective experiences on the road. Great people; we were sorry to say goodbye, but we’re sure to cross paths again!


DicknSusie

July 2019

Perfect respite after a long day!

We contacted our hosts very last minute after a long day and a change of plans of where we had planned to stay. They responded quickly and we were about 1 mile from their road when I got the message, it was so awesome. After a short drive to their lovely home and property, we drove in and met them. Chatting easily about this and that we soon were directed to our spot for the night, after filling our rig with water which we really needed. We were invited to coffee at 8 am the next morning which was very thoughtful and sweet of our hosts.
After a peaceful and quiet nights rest we went in and had yummy fresh baked blueberry muffins with great coffee and continued our conversation. We found we had much in common, they even knew our friends in the valley we were meeting later that day, small world. They gave us good travel information as they are seasoned campers, much more than us, but what we want to someday be. We parted an hour or so later heading to our friend's house with the invitation to come back for a second night if our accommodations there didn't work out.
Very nice, helpful couple. We wish them well and hope to see them again on our next trip up to their neck of the woods. Thank you for a lovely time Kayakin !