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Age: 55-65

Member since August 2019

full-time RVer

Active Guest

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My wife, Dot and I retired and hit the road fulltime with our 40’ 5th wheel Moose in tow in April 2020. We plan to boondock a lot with a solar setup in place. We are looking to meet new friends and experience all this great land has to offer. We are people with a deep faith and willing to share our experiences and listen and learn from all those we meet.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Jack of all trades, master of none

DougnDot's Pets

Yes we do, Roxie the puggle

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We’ll fill this in as we go along

DougnDot's Hometown

Dot is originally from Mt Pleasant MI And I am from Salem Ohio


Escapees Member

DougnDot's Guest Details

DougnDot's Rig

Rig Type: Fifth Wheel

40 feet long

2018 Grand Design 5th wheel & 2018 F350 dually

DougnDot's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets
  • Has slideouts

DougnDot's References (3)

References from Hosts (3)


August 2020


DOUGNDOT were ordered out of Poudre Canyon near Ft. Collins, CO, due to a forest fire flaring up nearby. SPAGHETTI'S ROOST appeared on their radar and we were delighted to have them on short notice. Their large fifth-wheel, with more solar than Phoenix, was able to truly "boondock" without hookups on our "prairie" thus freeing up our electrical for those needing it. We have almost unlimited space for dry camping but are somewhat limited with respect to electrical hookups. We can handle about 4 by sharing the RV boxes! DOUGNDOT has been very low, almost no, maintenance, and is welcome back anytime! Becky & George


May 2020

Great guests

Wonderful guests. Once they were set up we had a nice conversation about their travels and about their rig. They were very nice and we were happy to host them. If they are ever back in the area we hope they come by again for a visit.


September 2019

We were absentee hosts.

We were camping when DougnDot were guests, but they left no trace of their stay. If they are in the area again, we hope they can come back so we can meet.