We have a 30 ft Class A, just 2 of us and a dog. Like to travel around a little, mostly like Baja. Just got back (March 1st 2015) from 4 months on the road from Vancouver to Baja to Yuma to Quartzite to Vegas to home. Sometimes spend several months in US. Like Grand Forks, Castlegar, provincial campgrounds and out of the way places. We are 4 hrs east from Vancouver BC on 20 acres in Princeton where we will have lots of room for you. We are almost finished building our new home (Dec 2017) We do most of our travel to the south in the winter months and weekdays during the summer in BC.
Mechanic, I may be able to help you with a problem. We are building a full shop with welders etc. Can also find help for you if we can't do it.
Sally is our very confused dog. Until she makes you part of the pack, your not. She is fine as long as you don't get too close to either Pam or myself.
The desert in the south, Yuma, BLM land, Slabs, Casinos and Baja and of course our fellow Boondock and friends Bob and Betsy Nelson in Le Grande Or
We have now moved from Fort Langley to 20 acres in Princeton where we will have lots of room for you. Easy access on paved road, we can provide power and water, peace and quiet. We are presently building a house and hope to be in it by Christmas (that didn't work) however we are never too busy to accomadate.
2007 Itasca Sonova 30ft Class A with trailer or truck behind or sometimes just the MoHo
Bob and Pam were super friendly. Their place is quiet and relaxing just next to a beautiful creek.
We enjoyed our stay so much ,but decided to carry on as we have a long way to travel on this trip!
Met some other Boondockers who are visiting Canada and the USA from Israel who also stayed with Bob and Pam
We will definitely be talking these folks up with others we meet!
Witt's End Ranch hosted us for 2 nights. They were there upon our arrival and showed us where to set up and where the amenities were. On the fist night we enjoyed an excellent conversation with our hosts by the creek. A very pleasant spot. The yard is large and there was plenty of space to park. Thank you so much Witt's End Ranch for a very pleasant stay.
We enjoyed our stay at Witt's End. The mountain valley was spectacular. BobandPam were friendly hosts. We enjoyed 11 am coffee meetings with Bob, and evening socials by the creek. The 'Raising the Roof' event was quite unexpected for us, and we certainly enjoyed that too! Hope to stay again.
It was great to stay with some wonderful people. Watching the hummingbirds was absolutely amazing and we wouldn't hesitate to stay there again.
Really nice hosts with a lot of space. We could find ourselves a nice spot and enjoyed staying near the river. The kids could run around, was really nice.
Had a very nice fee nights stay with Bob and Pam even though we were last minute they accomodated us! Hope you guys finish the house soon so you can hit the road!
Spent 2 nights at BobandPam and found a quiet location and 2 great hosts. We felt at home from the beginning. Enjoyed our conversation and the time here. Hope to return some day. Thanks and good luck with your house
We stayed with Bob and Pam for 3 nights, we enjoyed being on their property which is surrounded by forest with a shallow creek running through it which my 10 year old spent lots of time playing in. They are excellent company with lots of stories to share and advice on places to visit - we may see them again at the Baja!
Bob and Pam made us feel at home from the very beginning. We had great discussions on our respective travels and they gave us precious advices.
Arrived at BobandPam's and felt welcomed from the very start. A rushing stream from the winter's runoff and lush forests provided a wonderful backdrop for or an albeit short but lovely stay. Thanks for your hospitality and perhaps we'll see you again.
Bill and Maylene
Bob and Pam were wonderful welcoming hosts and fantastic ambassadors for our first boondocking experience. Nothing was too much trouble - warm heater for us too - as well as being able to do laundry! We were so impressed with their 'pioneering' spirit and loved hearing and sharing stories. Thank you Bob and Pam - we would love to be able to repay the hospitality some time in New Zealand.
BobandPam welcomed us very warm, and gave us on small heater for our RV, it was a little cold outside.
Their property is wonderfully surrounded by hills and forest, plenty of space for your rig and a nice firepit next to the creek, which runs through the "garden". thanks a lot for sharing stories, we had a wonderful evening.
hope to see you again on the way to mexico.
Bob & Pam were wonderful hosts and their rural property has lots of space for large rigs. Very private areas and a great fire-pit next to a bubbling brook. An ideal location for boondocking and the only thing better was their personalities... we spent a great evening chatting about RVing in Mexico and sharing experiences. We look forward to meeting-up with them again enroute thru the southwest. Best regards, S & R.
We were made very welcome and enjoyed peace and quiet by a bubbling creek while parked in wide open space surrounding by trees. Highly recommended.
Ruth and Steve
Bob and Pam have a wonderful place in Fort Langley, only walking distance from the Historic Fort! They let us stay, gave us our privacy, but were always available, when we needed something. At our third night with them, they even took us to their favorite mexican restaurant and shared their stories with us. We really enjoyed our stay there and could warmly recommend them to any other boondocker! Thank you for everything! Let's keep in touch!