I have many different interests including boating, music, special interest autos, motorcycles, internal arts, etc.
Traveling typically in spring and fall, exploring our great country.
I am very resourceful, and a hands-on problem solver, and a successful entrepreneur.
I love animals, but not traveling with any.
Traveling in Nova Scotia there were several good experiences boondocking,and I look forward to many more.
Grew up in a suburb of Boston and still reside in New England.
Compact Winnebago Travato 59G, class B Van, Fully self contained compact RV, based on a Dodge Promaster Van. Same width and length as a large pickup truck. No slides, 200W solar. Don't require water or electric, but is it sometimes nice to have access to top off the water tank, or plug in to electricity if it is not too much of an inconvenience for the host.
Bluesman was a pleasure to host. I enjoyed our conversation and would be happy to welcome him back.
Bluesman is a friendly man that joined our other BDW guests and us out for a local seafood dinner. We enjoyed his company and good conversations for the evening then he was on his way south early morning. We would welcome him back anytime.
Butch & Judy
It was a pleasure having bluesman at the house. He quiet, courteous, neat and congenial...and I hardly knew he was here. He patiently answered questions about his rig (which is very cool) and offered to be of help if I needed anything. He is welcome back any time! (Somehow my original reference seems to have gotten lost in cyberspace. Sorry that resulted in a delay in getting this reference posted. )
This was our very first Boondockers Welcome experience. Exceeded expectations! The owner was a gracious and communicative host. Hoping we followed appropriate guest protocol since it was our first time doing this. Either way we were so grateful for this beautiful pasture to come home to after exploring Lexington and Concord. Thanks again Bluesman!