We are Stacey and Gary and we live in Nine Mile Falls which is a small rural community northwest of Spokane, Washington. We have known each other since we were 14 years old in high school but we didn't start dating until our late 30's and finally married in Hawaii on December 12, 2012 at 12:12 in the afternoon (he has no excuse to ever forget our anniversary.) We are fortunate enough to say we are retired in our 40's and we LOVE to travel. Prior to retirement Gary worked for the airlines so we were able to travel anywhere in the world our airline flew. Now that we are stuck to land and sea we have taken our love to travel on the road in our 2016 Fleetwood Discovery motorhome.
2 fur babies. Spirit our 7 year old Siberian Husky and Sofi our 4 year old Yorkie.
During the summer of 2014 we were able to host one amazing family at our home and visit another family when we did a cross-country tour of the United States. We stayed with a great family just outside Hot Springs, South Dakota where we spent 2 days exploring the Black Hills and Mt Rushmore. Unfortunately in 2015 we didn't renew our Boondockers Welcome membership because we had plans to tear down our perfectly good house and rebuild our dream home. on Valentine's Day of 2015 we officially moved into our 5th wheel full time in our driveway while we made our dream come true. We lived in our 5th wheel for 8 months during construction and finally moved into our new house in October of 2015. Now that we are all settled and have the property to a pre-construction state we are happy to announce we are now able to once again host travelers at the Riverhouse. In 2016 we hosted several BW guests before we headed out on our Great SW Adventure.
Nine Mile Falls is a small rural community just 20 minutes northwest of Spokane, Washington. Our property, called The Riverhouse is situated on the Spokane River with over 300 feet of river frontage. Nine Mile Falls is rich in history of Fur Trading Posts and the Spokane Indian Tribes, with an interpretive center just 2 miles down the road from our property. Long Lake is just down the road where one can spend the day boating and water skiing on the 24 mile lake. The Riverhouse is located directly across the river from Riverside State Park which allows for great hiking and cycling on the Centennial Trail (a 38 mile multi use path connecting Nine Mile Falls to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.)
2016 Fleetwood Discovery 37R towing a Ford F-150 FX4
They finally made it to my house after being in Yellowstone N.P.. The park was a mess because of all the fires. Very nice couple they are welcome to come back anytime. Would liked to have spent more time with them. Maybe next time. Thanks
Such a beautiful, peaceful location...very relaxing and great to have power too. We missed meeting you, Gary and Stacey, but we really appreciate you agreeing to host us. Your property-sitters, Melissa and Scott, were wonderful hosts and we really enjoyed chatting with them. My favorite memory from your place was sitting outside overlooking the river and watching Scott take Ellie and Briggs round and round on the ATV. Each time, they would pass us, little Ellie and Briggs would be smiling and waving...what delightful kids! Hope your trip is as amazing as it sounds!
Both Stacey and Gary were terrific hosts! Their property is nothing short of fantastic. Scenic, secluded waterfront property with a giant lawn overlooking the river and a picturesque pedestrian bridge in the background. It's absolutely stunning back there. The hosts offered an electric hook up and didn't mind us running our generator when we declined (we try to be self reliant as much as possible). Our stay was so enjoyable and welcoming that it was honestly hard to leave. If you're in the area, this is an absolute must stay. Thank you GARY and STACEY! SO MUCH LOVE from the RollWithItBus family! OH, and check out their youtube channel, it's full of RV living knowledge from two pros.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OE5d3MkghY&feature=youtu.be
We were only able to spend one night here but the hosts are amazing. In addition to their great .pdf map and directions (which means you can look at it even when there is no internet signal), they helped us back in -- pointed out a good spot with a view of the river. It was HOT the evening we were there so we were *really* grateful for their 50 amp outlet in front of their shop. (Our fifth wheel is 30 amp but we have an adapter -- so no problem.) They told us to feel free to walk the property along the river, so we did -- and got some great reflection shots of a bridge across the river from their house. After our long and HOT drive heading east from Lake Chelan, this place was just the ticket. Thanks to these great Boondockers Welcome hosts for their great hospitality and sharing their property with the rest of us. JIM & ANNIE
We were lucky enough to be able to stay at The Riverhouse for two nights and it was just perfect. I'm so thankful for the hospitality and generosity that they showed us. Their home is just beautiful and it was this amazing healing oasis. I hope that we run across each other on the road!! xx