I moved into my RV full-time on July 1, 2019 after taking an early retirement. I enjoy meeting new people along my journey. I recently discovered all TT parks don't stay open during the winter months (DOH!) So I am using PA and BW to fill in the gaps. I am on a very limited budget so affordable stays are imperative.
I am a 51 yo non-smoker.
I was an equipment service technician in my earlier life, working on anything and everything in dental offices. But I have also worked on veterinary equipment and small appliances.
I don't have a pet, although I do love animals. I may adopt another to travel with me after I prove to myself I can just handle myself on the road, lol.
On my way to Lenoir, NC from Fair Play, SC I stayed at a charming little campground for one night. It had full hookups so it wasn't technically "boondocking", but it deserves a mention. It was the Red Gates RV Park just outside of Hendersonville, NC. Very nice camp hosts.
When I take a break from the road I stay with my parents in NE Georgia.
I own a 2020 Coachman Freedom Express Ultra Lite. It is officially a model 192 RBS but the tongue adds two feet. I tow my camper with a Kia Sorento SUV.
Not much else to say, we visited for a few minutes just after he arrived, I told him about points of interest within walking distance (dining options, farmers market, etc.), as well as how to find the local free dump station a mile away. He spent a couple of nights here, and was on his way. I would be glad to host him again any time.
A delightful young man! He's welcome at our place anytime. We look forward to seeing him in the future.
Really enjoyed the WandrnSC. You are welcome to come back anytime. Could not have asked for a better experience. Met as strangers... left as friends. Safe travels where ever you go.
WandrrnSC was warm and friendly, but also very quiet and respectful. We thoroughly enjoyed chatting to him (for hours), sharing stories and tips & tricks. He really re-ignited in us our passion for traveling, for which we cannot be more grateful! We really hope one day to cross paths with him again, so that we can hear more of his great stories!