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Noreaster

Age: 65+

Member since February 2019

Craftsman, Guitar Picker "Extrodinair", Trades-man

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I am retired plumber of 20+ years and worked as maintenance in campgrounds, in summers since early retirement 8 years ago. Love to tinker on our Vintage "Egg Campers" and play guitar.
I also keep busy being a Host to a Fiberglass Camper Rally, held each spring, in NH. called the Spring Fling in New England Rally found on FGRV.
Wife, retired from Police Dpt. 7 years ago and is a gardener and home keeper.
We both love to shop for bargains and thrift shops and love to enjoy quiet nights reading.

Skills & Expertise to Share

I can always think outside the box and repair just about anything in a pinch. Also played guitar in bands for a few years back in the day Country music or 50's rock was our style. Also love to cook and share a good meal with friends.

Noreaster's Pets

no

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Any quiet National or State Park where we use our golden age pass.

Noreaster's Hometown

Gerry grew up on the coast of MA and my wife, Barb, grew up on the property that our house now sits on, here in Brownfield ME.

Noreaster's Guest Details

Noreaster's Rig

Rig Type: Travel Trailer

17 feet long

I have a 1979 Boler, Voyager, vintage fiberglass trailer and it is 13 ft long which has no bathroom only a sink, does have 30amp converter, cook top and furnace .No holding tanks. Also a 1991 Casita, Freedom Deluxe vintage trailer, that is 17 foot long that is self contained with gray and black water tanks and complete with 30amp converter, cook top, sink, and wet bath. This is the camper we take on longer trips.

Noreaster's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle

Noreaster Has 1 Host Location

Western Hills of Maine

Brownfield, ME, US
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Noreaster's References (2)

References from Hosts (2)

Aircommuter

July 2019

The storm from the east

Very nice people, lots things in common for us to talk about. They drove all the way here to visit us and they decided to visit Yosemite while they had the chance?
Seriously though they are great Boondockers and are highly recommended. See you in Maine one day.


DocnOlive

June 2019

More from Maine

These guys stayed for a week along with their friends from Maine. Great people with lots of stories. Though the rain was relentless, we still managed to enjoy some pie and great conversation! Friendly and courteous, all of them are welcome back anytime.