Wendy grew up in the hills overlooking the central valley of California and is a retired computer programmer. Steve is a Colorado native, who worked in telecommunications for a local power company. We love to travel, both domestically and internationally. We have a one acre lot with a view of Long's Peak and a shop big enough to house Steve's old trucks and the RV. When we aren't travelling, we try to stay out of trouble by tearing up our house and putting it back together again. We are close enough to the Rocky Mountains to enjoy excellent hiking and mountain biking. We normally travel before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, and are usually home for the summer.
We have some electrical skills and some computer skills as well as a good general knowledge of RV systems.
We have an older cat who adopted us about a year ago. She is fairly shy and she does not like dogs. She does not travel with us.
Our favorite boondocking is somewhere with natural beauty - be it forests, lakes, or deserts.
We generally camp in state or provincial parks.
2001 Roadtrek 21' class B RV. It has no slideouts, and looks like a slightly overgrown van.
We stopped here after a long day of driving in the heat. We were welcomed "warmly"and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Wendy and Steve gave us some great local info. Would love to return the favor. Would love to stop back by.
So nice people, we had a great time. Warm warm welcome they offered us so many facilities and helped us in so many ways. We still have no words to say how grateful we are. The kids loved to staying over there. They are very welcome anytime in France and we will be very happy to see them again!
Two of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet. I was on a trip visiting family on weekends and camping in the mountains during the week, and they were gracious enough to let me leave my trailer there on the weekends. They have a wonderful location (and a very wide driveway which made it easy to back the trailer in). He even found me the best route to take to my daughter's house avoiding Friday afternoon traffic (no small feat in the Denver area). This is my first experience with Boondockers Welcome, and it could not have been more positive. Thank you!
If you want a host who is hospitable, interesting, and a jack of all trades, this is the place to go. He has a large workshop with a collection of antiques, plus a RoadTrek which is the same age as ours and also kept in this shed. Also has water, electric, and bathroom facilities. This couple were so helpful in offering their in house shower and also invited us to join them for "Happy Hour". Don't know what else you could ask for so makes a perfect Boondocker site!
Stevewendyrt have the perfect setup at their little slice of heaven in Longmont! Such lovely surroundings, level parking, gracious hosts, and location, location, location! Don't miss an opportunity to stay with these perfect hosts! Thank you both so much!
We had a wonderful experience staying with Steve and Wendy. They are a fun couple that were extremely accommodating. They offered us anything we needed and gave us information and recommendations on the area, as well as for future travel destinations. They are in close proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapahoe, and Boulder. We went on a beautiful local hike with them that they recommended. Steve was even nice enough to try to fix our refrigerator for us, which unfortunately has not been working properly. It was a pleasure getting to know the two of them and touring the area. If we are ever back in the area, we would absolutely visit or stay with them again.
stevewendyrt Wendy and Steve were gracious enough to allow me to stay at their home / driveway. Good people and easy to talk to especially if you ply them with a bottle of wine! Thank-you both for your hospitality, Dave ;-) Ps we'll be back. ;-)