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Age: 55-65

Member since April 2012

Retired from the US Navy and on Disability, enjoying ever how much time I have left.

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Skills & Expertise to Share

Jack of all, Master of none.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We are mostly Snowbirds and workamping during the summer. So we tend to only boondock as we transit but our favorite places are at Cracker Barrel restaurants.

SeaPap's Hometown

I am from Allsboro, Alabama and my wife is from Meridian Mississippi.

SeaPap's Guest Details

SeaPap's Rig

1977 Midas, Use this one as a mobile work shop for flea markets and such. 1989 Fleetwood Tioga Arrow 27' that we will travel in.

SeaPap's References (3)

References from Guests (3)


March 2016

Accomodating and Flexible

Brandi was a great host, and was so accommodating when our arrival time was way later than we originally expected. We were able to hook up to their electric and stay warm and get a good night's sleep. It was the perfect start to our trip. Thank you!

Aussie Adventurers

December 2013

Just spot on...

Many thanks to SeaPap and his daughter for being most gracious hosts.

We were not only welcomed, but were given the option of having our own secluded space on their delightful farm.

What a difference it makes feeling safe and sound for a good nights sleep while on a big road trip.

Thanks again.

Highly recommended!

Peter and Family

Dan and Irene

December 2013

Country serenity

We enjoyed our 2-night stay on our way north. The property is a very quiet and beautiful wooded property. SeaPap was not present (workkamping in Vermont), but he graciously arranged with his daughter who lives on the property to expect us. Our 36-foot Class A was a bit big to manage the driveway to SeaPap's house (a Class C should be ok), but we were able to drive up his private gravel road a short distance and park in a large cul-de-sac in front of his sister-in-law Martha's house, who was also very warm and welcoming. The cul-de-sac was big enough for us to turn our rig around (by reversing into the Martha's driveway), and we were able to run our generator twice a day (morning and evening) without bothering any one. When we eventually were in Vermont a few months later, we were able to meet SeaPap, and had a very nice visit with him.

We would recommend this location for any one passing through this area, and hope to return there some day ourselves.