My wife and I are traveling full time. We volunteer at parks and museums on our travels, usually two months at a time. We enjoy meeting people, being helpful and having fun. For exercise, we ride a tandem bicycle (although at our age we feel entitled to a small electric motor assist!)
Seward (nickname "Jerry") is a handyman, he'll try to fix most anything. He is a civil engineer by training. Jan is great at organizing. When we volunteer at a museum, she does the retail sales very well.
BLM and US Forest Service locations near national parks and other interesting sites.
We have a small apartment in South Charleston West Virginia.
We have a 2013 Monaco motor home. The 34 foot length does not include the tow apparatus on the rear (it can be removed if necessary). There are two slides, one on each side. It is in excellent condition. We have a large solar array on the roof. Our tow car is a mid-size SUV.
Happy to meet Seward_Gilbert, in the brief time we had. Thank you for sharing your Rv experiences with us, please Pass -Thru anytime. May your journey be blessed with beauty and keep on peddling :)
We were out of town when these nice RVer's stopped in. They understood and adapted to the change offered. Worked out very well as with Boondocking, we work together. They were very pleasant but gone too soon on their journey. You would enjoy their visit and the easy going demeanor they display!
A great couple with interesting RV travel stories and insight! Hope to see them again!
While all of our guests have been great people, J & J rise to the top of our list as friendliest and most easy going. We were blessed to have them spend two nights with us which gave us some quality time in fellowship. Utah is on our bucket list to visit, so having come from volunteering out there, we very much appreciated their sharing some insights. Impressive also was they were our first guests to take an interest in riding a local rails-to-trail route around Topeka, 31 miles worth. It would be our great honor to host them again should their itinerary bring them back this way.
Seward-Gilbert were lovely, kind, quiet and great guests. We wished we had more time to visit and look forward to them coming back through!
We were able to accommodate these Boondockers Welcome guests as they were returning from their northward journey. We were sorry we weren't able to see them off as we had been up early and fell back asleep. We wish them Godspeed and safe travels as they return south.
We had gone out to eat with friends at a restaurant that I had also recommended to these folks earlier in an email. I pointed out a rig that looked like what was staying at our house, to our friends and another would come in soon. When we got home and a little later this same rig pulled in as our Boondocker. We laughed that we were at the same place eating, one group outside and one inside. It's a small world. Enjoyed great conversation by the fire and pond. Glad they stopped in and hope they feel welcome to come again, as we would love it!
Very nice couple trying to get back home in the eastern US wishing them safe travels and they are welcome back anytime
We enjoyed hosting this couple at Candy Cane Corral. We look forward to return visits when this pandemic is over so we can really get acquainted with them. We wish them Godspeed and safe travels.
We really enjoyed visiting with this retired couple, and hearing about their travels and hosting at state parks. We would welcome them back anytime.