We like to wander the USA and Canada in search of great cultural & historical treasures, great people and great food. We believe in no-trace camping and we believe in recycling.
We’re new to the RV lifestyle. Over the past 6 months, during vacations, we’ve travelled 15,000km in our new Motorhome. We were warmly welcomed by several Boondockers Welcome members and joining this organization has been one of the highlights of 2013. No kidding!
We have made extensive use of Boondockers Welcome already and we’ve even come up with a unique way to take advantage of our membership...
Some good friends of ours live an hour away and they throw lots of parties. Because drinking and driving is a bad idea, the thought occurred to us to see if there was a Boondockers Welcome member nearby and sure enough, there was!
Our friends were dumbfounded when we told them that we were camping down the street and that we didn’t have to drive home after the party!
We enjoyed our friend’s party and then just staggered back to our boondock host who was waiting for us with a campfire and so, the partying continued!
We love the concept of boondocking and we like meeting new people from all over these great lands. Unfortunately, as residents of a metropolis, we don't have any parking spaces of our own to share. :-(
Thanks for reading and maybe we'll meet you along the road! (Or at your place ;-)
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We criss-cross this country repeatedly but we're new to boondocking. We'll send a shout out to Sunbury OH and Oakville ON (You know who you are! ;-).
Toronto Ontario Canada
'05 Alfa See Ya Founder 38' diesel pusher motorhome. 7'6" headroom, 42" deep slides. Cat C7 300 - Wanna buy her?