I retired after working in economic development in the high arctic for more than 30 years, now living in Nova Scotia. Have traveled over much of the globe by motorcycle, writing up my journeys for magazines. Just wrote my first book. I live on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, and I always welcome like-minded people to visit. I am single and have one child (age 10) still living with me. He's a joy and a well-behaved bundle of creativity.
I have a lot of travel information, have lived with Inuit for many years, am a good writer.
Not at this time but I might get a dog.
I am brand new to RV's, much more experienced in motorcycling far and wide. I usually carried a tent on my bike and often slept in hostels and guest houses when camping not feasible or comfortable (like a shower and bed after a long day).
I can see myself heading west to BC in summer and also down south to places like Florida, Arizona, Utah, California, generally warmer places than we have in Nova Scotia in winter.
I live in Economy, Nova Scotia...I know, stupid name for a town. Was bastardized from the Micmac word Kenomee, which was a lot better. I grew up in North Bay, Ontario and went north to work after that...Hudson's Bay Company, Inuit Cooperatives, and Govt. of Northwest Territories/Nunavut.
1976 GMC, hey it's old but in great condition and runs good. I hope to put a carrier on the back to carry a smaller (250 cc) dual purpose motorcycle.
Larrynunavut has travelled a lot himself and knows what travellers need. He offered us a shower and invited us in for coffee. He has a lot of stories to share and can certainly give you great advice for your next destination. Have a look at the Bay of Fundy while staying there.
First time at a Boondocker and we sure were welcomed with open heart.
Had dinner and breakfast with our host, thanks for the great meal.
Interesting to hear his travel stories and learn more about different countries.
When we're in the area we'll stay again.
All the best and hope you can continue to meet more people.
Larry was an a awesome host. Met us upon arrival and helped us get parked and invited us for coffee. Has travelled a lot hinself so is familiar with the needs of a traveller.
. Tons of room on his property. Just try to find a level spot. And bring some blocks to help level.
You could not ask for better views of the tides and cliffs.
And perfect location between the united states and halifax or PEI.