I quit my corporate job in 2017, started my own business in 2018, and moved into my first motorhome in 2019. My goals are freedom, fulfillment, and seizing the day while still planning for tomorrow.
I love trying different kinds of foods, play European board games, hear people's inner stories, enjoy the outdoors in a variety of ways, but still spend some lazy time watching tv =)
I just love hearing people's stories. What makes them them. My work is in consent education and connection rehabilitation.
All my pets have been rescues. Currently I have two cats (Abby and TomTom) and one small dog (Frito). The animals are all adjusting well to the RV life. The cats love laying on the dash (of course) and Frito loves exploring new places around every bend =)
I'm new, so nothing to share yet =)
My parents live in Palmyra in Central VA and the rest of my family are up in MD. My home is wherever my motorhome is though =)
2020 Winnebago Intent 26M 12' tall, 8.5' wide <16,000 lbs
(Guest stayed in August). We enjoyed the guest and her little dog! She was a perfect guest leaving everything as it was. It was a pleasure getting her help when she needed it. She is definitely welcomed to stay at our house again. Hope to see you on the road!
Michelle is very friendly, likes to talk and share experiences, and does not impose herself.
Ubergigglefritz and her furry companions were all wonderful guests. We enjoyed the time we had to chat and would welcome them back anytime.
Very glad to host this Boondocker that needed a place to stay for a few days to access internet for work. To have a place with a dump station and electricity so she may then head back to her family which had none of the above for her RV. It was strange for us and our guest not being able to interact, but we both understood the importance of social distant especially with people you do not know (that went in both directions). Safe health and future journeys. You were an outstanding guest.
We had a fun visit, chatted a lot about travel and work, boondocking, how to travel and work as a lifestyle, it was interesting conversation. Our dogs were too mismatched (size/age) to play together :-) but I was glad that Frito had a chance to run around in the backyard.
Very nice but short visit. Very quiet guest and we talked rigs and traveling (of course) and she has the sweetest dog! We shared stories about rescues of pets and she is also good people. Hope in her travels she stops in again.