We retired recently myself from a Federal Government Program offering social support services to military members and their family impacted by an operational stress injury, and my loved one from the restoration field. He was a Chef part of his career and eating well whenever possible with local produces is important for us – travelling is an opportunity to discover regional specialities. In the fall of 2013, we purchased a 16 feet Safari Condo - the American version of the German Westfalia - with the intend of traveling to the United States and Canada. Our first trip last winter was to Florida. Unfortunately, we were not familiar with boondocking at the time and had difficulty finding nice place to stay. We are now planning a trip to discover the US Western National Parks and are hoping to boondocks both in dispersed location and in people’ driveway. We enjoy outdoor activities like biking, hiking, kayaking and of course winter sports to survive our long Canadian winters. During the cools months, we snowshoes in the Adirondacks and cross country ski.
The house is located 10 minutes drive from the Longueuil Subway or 25 minutes from downtown Montréal. We live in a townhouse but have a private driveway that can accommodate a small RV. There is water hookup, electricity, a backyard for picknicks and WI-FI connection. We are only 10 minutes away from the A20.
My loved one is a good cook and I'm a good helper. Makes a good team.
We hope to discover some pretty
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec and Modave, Belgique
Safari Condo 16" long