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Age: 55-65

Member since August 2019

Traveling Couple

Active Guest

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My husband and I love to travel. We try to travel during the summers and short trips during the fall.

Dbpettus's Hometown

Hurst Texas

Dbpettus's Guest Details

Dbpettus's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

25 feet long

2020 WINNEBAGO VITA At times we will tow a Ford Ranger

Dbpettus's Travel Preferences

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

Dbpettus's References (7)

References from Hosts (7)


July 2021

Adventurous couple enjoying the RV life

They arrived on the hottest day of the year with generator running the a/c. I offered them 50 amp hook up, to give their generator a rest. They graciously over paid for the power used.
They are welcome back anytime and the power is on me.
Quiet, respectful and polite. Great guests.


June 2021

Good guest

He arrived on the hottest day of the year, so far. It was good that he was able to run his generator for AC.


June 2021

Respectful and kind

Arrived in afternoon and departed early next morning. Did not get to meet this guest, but husband says he knew how to park his rig, was respectful and kind. Left a very nice thank you note for us on the table in the courtyard.


March 2021

Nice folks

Enjoyed their hospitality of sharing some of their nice homemade wine and conversation.


March 2021

My first repeat guests

Another fun weekend, they even brought along a Traeger grill and cooked up a couple of nice meals...The weather here was cool and rainy and then stormy but they 'weathered' it all and never complained...

Wonderful guests, welcome anytime.


July 2020

Great People!

Had great visit with them. Always great to learn from RVers. Also received some great insight on my eventual shed build. Wonderful people and enjoyed their visit with us.


July 2020

Excellent guests

I quite enjoyed the visit with this couple...certainly will welcome them again.

Top notch guests. Quiet and easy-going. They even tried to 'tip' but it was not necessary, of course.