kenleeau

Age: 55-65

Member since February 2019

Musician with a day job.

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I am a retired Army officer, Trombonist and Data/Telephony Systems Technician. Bit of a mouthful, really.

My wife is a Band Director and Trumpeter.

We have a 16-piece dance band called "Ain't Misbehavin'", play in our church orchestra and perform with the 60-70 piece Concert Band "Celebration Winds".

We have used our RVs for years as portable hotel rooms, since being booked into D.C. to play for President Clinton and having to argue with the roaches as to who got the remote control to the TV. Haven't had that problem, since!

We drove to Seattle, last July, on our first cross-country trip and discovered that we might actually want to try camping, someday. Who knows?

Skills & Expertise to Share

Well, we built our first house, so electrical work, plumbing and air conditioning systems are covered. I was also a certified automotive mechanic back in the early Paleozoic era, but electronics hadn't been invented, back then.

kenleeau's Pets

There are two overly large barn cats who deign to let us live in their fancy cat den. One is a gray micro-panther and the other is striped. Both are the bane of mousies, everywhere.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

So far, the only boondocking we have done is outside Yellowstone National Park. Other than watching out for the bears, it was absolutely gorgeous! Highly recommended.

kenleeau's Hometown

Calera, Alabama, just South of and barely within the Greater Birmingham Area.

kenleeau's Guest Details

kenleeau's Rig

Rig Type: Travel Trailer

34 feet long

2017 Ford F-350 Crew Cab Short Bed pulling a 2018 Grand Design Imagine 2950. Slide-outs for dining booth/theater seats and kitchen.

kenleeau's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Has slideouts
  • Needs to run a generator

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References from Hosts (1)

barryd

July 2019

perfect guest

very quiet and respectiful folks, enjoyed their visit and conversation sharing camping stories, welcome back anytime