We are REALTORS on Lake Keowee in South Carolina. Our Bio page is: http://keoweelaketeam.com/why-us. We enjoy spending time at parks, boating and traveling with our RV and our dogs. Doug is an amateur radio operator and is a member of the Oconee County CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and is the county Emergency Coordinator for the Amateur Radio Emergency Service. Was also an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Amateur radio, web design.
Yes. We have two female Mini Aussie Shepherds who are well-behaved. Wherever they travel, we go with them. We always pick up after them.
As of 1/3/2020, we are just getting started and haven't boondocked yet!
Walhalla, SC. It is a very small town in the Upstate.
Tow vehicle is a Ford Explorer. Camper is a Forest River 171RBXL (17' plus tongue or about 19' overall).
Nice couple to meet and host for a two day stay. They were very considerate and responsible to have stay with us. Pleasure to meet and have a lunch together. Thank you.
It was a pleasure to have them stay at our property. Very quiet and respectful, sweet dogs. Would welcome them back at any time!
Very pleasant couple. Stay was brief but we enjoyed talking about our pets. Please stop by again.
Waterdogs were very quiet and respectful of ourselves and our property.
Very quiet, (the dogs didn't even bark!) we barely knew they were here.
They are welcome back anytime.
Enjoyed meeting and visiting. They were very pleasant and their dogs were
well behaved. Great conversation and I look forward to their next visit.
These were great guests with nice pets. We would gladly host them again.
Quiet guests. Cute dogs. Sorry we didn't get to visit more. Hopefully we can meet up on the east coast.
Super nice couple. We only got to visit for a short while but I know I will keep in touch with them. Oh and their pups are sweet and quiet.
Pleasant folks. Didn't get to talk with them much as we were heading out as they came in. Sweet fur-babies also. They are welcome back anytime.
It was a short overnighter, but I had a chance to meet and greet this very nice couple. Doug and I reminisced our USCG days....They are always welcome back.