Currently retired and expecting to stay that way. I love to travel, seeing new and old places mostly by RV. I am not opposed to paying for camping, but I find that the best things in life, as they say, are free. I can't imagine having a "campsite" in a crowded RV park and calling that camping. There is just too much of nature to enjoy.
Like most RVers, I am good at fixing things, and that is my hobby too! If you are here and have a problem, I am only too willing to lend a hand.
Anywhere with a great view and the less people the better. I am not antisocial, but rather I find the best places are not crowded. The desert Southwest to the Top of the World highway, North America provides countless boondocking opportunities.
2014 Leisure travel Unity. Looking for a destination.
We stayed here on our way north and had a wonderful experience! We visited with them and they were so helpful, giving us advice regarding places to visit while we are traveling, also found out they are fellow birders! The place is beautiful and they could not have been kinder or more generous. I hope we meet again, maybe at Hawk Ridge!
we stayed with Topophilia for two nights on their property in a beautiful natural setting. This is a great location close to Madison, Devil's Lake State Park, The International Crane Institute and we can't forget the Mustard Museum. ;-) Our hosts were exceptional. We thoroughly enjoyed chatting with them about hiking, travel and kayaking. They are a wealth of information. We hope our paths cross again.
Hosts were so welcoming and helpful. We enjoyed our chats and appreciated all the tips and insights from an 'old-timer' to us 'newbies'. Thanks for not laughing at us (out loud, anyway). The property is gorgeous, fairly level, easy to get to and with beautiful views. We definitely recommend them as hosts and guests.