Retired industrial electrician and retired librarian enjoying our beautiful country and the many people we meet on our adventure. We travel at our own pace and love to find those lesser known gems. We love to find local festivals and chat with the locals and taste the local food. There is no better way to live!
Since our "new to us" 1998 Keystone Sprinter came with no manuals, we keep learning how to get everything operational and also getting it updated with 21st century technology. It is a continual challenge. Thank goodness Scott is very handy and able to do many things!
My expertise is researching stuff and organizing the results. With over 50 years in the library profession, it just is how I live. We keep expanding our library of information on places to visit, things to see, where to eat and what to eat there and possible routes to travel--blue lining whenever possible. We also keep a list of places to avoid.
As we travel we are also exploring some of family history and learning the ins and outs of doing genealogy research. With a little work, you can find out some really interesting and often hidden things about your family.
We look forward to meeting new people and having new experiences wherever our travels take us!!
Tortoiseshell cat named Mocha. She is very mellow, hanging out in the car/trailer or for a short time in her enclosed playpen outside. You won't even know she is there.
Churchville NY, southeast of Rochester, NY--one hour east of Niagara Falls. Although Churchville is a suburb of Rochester, we actually live out in the country on 3 1/2 acres. This allows us to have the freshness of living in the country with the options that a city has to offer--the best of both worlds!
1998 Keystone Sprinter big enough for the two of us and our cat, Mocha.