We are about two years into our rving experience and loving it. We own an 1986 Class C Citation Classic. Learning the rv ropes and have stayed close to home, at provincial parks, while we learn and gain our confidence.
I am a life-long camper, almost entirely tents; my husband not so much :)
Although he is new to rving, he loves it and is always anxious to get on the road.
My parents owned and ran a campsite for 20 years so I am somewhat familiar with all that is involved.
I am currently working as a mental health professional with Dept. National Defence. My husband is a retired property manager for the government.
We love to be active and enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking and golfing.
I love to cook and share meals with friends and family.
We have a little 7 lb Morkie who is on her way to becoming a therapy dog. She LOVES people and a good belly scratch. Nellie is very calm and not much of a barker.
Not yet and will update as soon as we go boondocking.
We currently live in Ottawa, which is a great city to live in and to explore as a tourist. It's the nation's capital and has much to offer. Population of 900,000 makes it a great city to visit - there's no such thing as far in Ottawa.
1986 Class C Citation Classic. Well maintained inside and out.
Met this couple for a brief time during their stay. They were on there way home from being with a new grandchild. Easy going and nice to talk too. Nellie got along fine with our two dogs. Enjoy your new RV, it looks great. Come back again when you are heading out this way.
We had an awesome time in Ottawa and it was very easy to use the public transportation.
The place we stay, was very quiet, we didn’t expect this in a big city.
We had a very nice and interesting chat with the host, and we even talk political issues, which we like very much.
Thanks a lot
Mia & Clemens
Friendly host, handicapped by a broken toe this weekend. Nice quiet spot in south Ottawa. Minutes from buses to downtown. As noted by the host, this is a condo parking area suited to smaller units - great for my Roadtrek. Hope we meet again.