We are early retirees out to see this great country of ours.
After careers in industry for me and administration for my wife, children are off to themselves, it is time to explore the nooks and crannies of the US in ways that only can be accessed in an RV.
For most of our travels, we have stayed at B and B's. The interaction with hosts and other guests has led to the discovery of many interesting places that are not on the tourist maps.
We are delighted to meet new people but also content to keep to ourselves as the situation requires.
I am a throwback to the days when every man changed his own oil.
25 years in industrial maintenance, all phases of construction (I have personally built 4 houses and remodeled many others) cabinetmaker, machinist, welder, electrician, plumber, blacksmith, gentleman farmer, bee keeping instructor, fixer of anything with an engine or motor, and since I have an RV, my rv repair skills are growing each day.
We have a cat but unfortunately he is not the traveling type. We tried hard but he made it so miserable that we decided to leave him at home with the house sitter.
We are dog people too.
McArthur, Ohio Small rural town in the northern foothills of the appalachian mountains. We have 1 red light in the county, 2 if you count the yellow caution light.
We have a 26 ft travel trailer including the toungue length. No slide outs. It is fully self contained with 600 watts of solar and a large battery bank for power with an inverter style generator for back up when cloudy. We also have a composting toilet so we never have to deal with the "stinky slinky". Our gray and black water tanks are combined so we can boondock for a couple weeks at a time between dumps. We tow with a 1/2 ton f150. Standard length.
Capathome were wonderful guests, and I would have loved to spent more time conversing and getting to know them a bit more. Never heard a peep from them, and they were very good sports about the deer flies patrolling our road. Try as the might they just couldn't out-cycle them! (sorry you guys)
Hope to see them again when the bugs are on hiatus, and share a bottle of wine with them!
"Do not anticipate trouble, or worry about what may never happen. Keep in the sunlight"
- Benjamin Franklin
If you ever have the opportunity to host this wonderful couple, do it. We really enjoyed our time together and are so thankful for their help here at the ministry. You two blessed us far more than you know. Come back and see us again.
Great guests. We had a nice visit with them. We had a lot in common to visit about. They are welcome to stay again if their travels bring them our direction.
They stayed for two nights, but that wasn't long enough! Mr. & Mrs. 'Capathome' were so much fun to host. They are ALWAYS welcome back - and we DO hope they WILL return! They shared LOTS of RVing ideas, as well as advice on other subjects. Loved their little camper! Enjoyed hanging out with them! You'll want to do everything in your power to make things work out so you can host these amazing people!
A very pleasant couple. Easy to host. So appreciative of our camping area.
Have all the qualities you look for in a guest. Thoughtful, considerate, communicative, knowledgeable, friendly, neat and tidy! Would welcome them back anytime!!
Wow what a great couple. We had a great time together. If they ask to stay at your place don't pass them by.
They are WELCOME back anytime!
We've hosted some great people, but none better than capathome! We really had LOTS in common with these folks, and truly hope they come see us again!