V & C with 2 very friendly kids: C (8yrs), L (5 yrs). We love to get out to see and try new things.
Tootsie Roll - 14 yr old doxie
Love Montana and North Dakota! But so many places left to explore.
V grew up in CA; C grew up in GA. Currently residents of FL.
F350 DRW pulling a Grand Design Solitude, 58 feet total length when truck and 5th wheel are hooked up.
sorry I missed you hope everything was ok with your visit, welcome back anytime
Had some good online chats in our absence didn't get to meet but welcome back anytime.
Very nice family would recommend them to any boondocker and would have them back anytime
ATeamAdventures boondocked at the edge of our field, and we hardly knew they were here. We were gone for most of their stay, and I didn't get a chance to meet them. If they are ever in need of a place to stay, they are welcome back
Great family. I cannot speak enough about the polite, respective family. The children were a delight to have. They were very polite and played outside without any electrical attachments. Reminded me of children from my generation. renewed my faith in the family structure!!!!!!!
It was our absolute pleasure to meet and host this lovely family. They are kind, friendly and easy to carry on a good conversation with. The children are polite and well mannered and our two girls had a blast spending time with them. We welcome ATeamAdventures back any time they are in the area!
We were fortunate enough to host the "ATeam" family. Great bunch. Kids had a great time, as did their well mannered older dog. Nice new rig, completely self contained. I offered power and water, but they did not need either. They are welcome back any time.
I used to wonder how people got ahold of the a team in the 80s, but now you use boondockers welcome.
No problem they can't solve.
No smile they can't create.
They aint even going to use your power, who wouldn't host them?
Fun visiting and sharing RV knowledge. I always learn something new. Enjoy your travels in SD. See the faces at Mt Rushmore and some buffalo in Custer State Park. Drive the iron mountain road and needles highway. Get some taffy and fudge in Keystone. Ride the 1880 train for something fun. Deadwood is cool to visit Boot Hill.