We've been rving for about 10 years with a travel trailer. We enjoy the winter and snow of NH, but leave every year during mud season in March and April, heading south to visit various friends and check out new places. We generally travel without an itinerary and rarely make reservations much in advance. Mark is a tree guy, logger, forester and Julie used to work in a hospital lab. We both like to spend time outdoors and with our dog.
Spike is our 25 lb rescue dog. He's a very rugged, athletic little guy who loves to play. He's also a therapy dog who visits our local hospital and college campus every week and has a big fan base.
28' Travel Trailer pulled by a Toyota Tundra - extended cab / 8' bed
They came and relaxed for the evening before rolling out the next morning. Nice folks
We hosted Sundog during the pandemic. We would have loved to share our home with this great couple and play a few card games. They are so friendly and enjoyable to be around. But as it was keeping our social distance we did get to visit with them by the river. They enjoyed the river view and used their paddle boards. Spike enjoyed his freedom to run and chased his frisbee when he could get someone to throw it for him. We hope they return next year during their mud season.
Safe travels Sundog and stay healthy.
Butch & Judy
It was a pleasure to host this couple and their well behaved and energetic dog. They are welcome to return here for another stay. I hope they are safe and enjoying themselves where ever they are.
We enjoyed these guys immensely.
The perfect quests in every way.
Hope to see them again.
We were truly blessed to have this wonderful couple visit with this us. We had a great chat on the patio exchanging areas we both had visit visited. They are welcome to come back anytime. Safe btravels. I