My wife and I are retired farmers wanting to see some country while we are still able to travel. When your a farmer, summers are pretty much taken up with sweat, blood and hoping it doesn't rain.
We have been enjoying going south in the winter and riding our rzr (off road buggy) in the desert and hills.
I have a bucket list full of things to do. Alaska, midwest, fall in the New England States, Yellowstone and many other adventures.
The Willamette Valley is a beautiful area in the spring time with all the green grass fields. If you don't like rain, stay away in the winter.
We live right along the Willamette River in Oregon. good fishing certain times of year. trout, sturgeon, salmon, steelhead, bass, trash fish!
If I could start out again, chances are they would turn out the same. (unless I would win the lottery!)
From my farming background, I consider myself jack of all trades, master of none. Like to to cook,(gourmet) wife says mess maker.(she's right 99.9% of the time.)
Wife used to like to cook but I guess after 53 years she's allowed a reprieve once in a while.
One Jack russell. She doesn't think she's a pet.
She's just part of our family. She is named well. Sassi..
our favorite boondocking place is actually about 3/4 mile from home on the river. we have built a small park that all of our family and friends enjoy. We try to go south for the winter every once in a while and want to go see some of Utah and midwest,( never been to yellowstone) we are just trying to get things in place where we can be part full timers if you know what I mean.
We live in the country just north of a little town called Harrisburg. It used to be one of the largest areas for RV manufacturing until the economy took a dive a few years ago. I guess Harrisburg's claim to fame would be the "old fashioned 4th of July celebration every year with the large fire works display over the river at night.
We have a new 36 foot denali travel trailer with 3 slides. My tow vehicle is a 2011 ford 3500 pickup.