We both are easy to get to know. Love meeting new people and are looking forward to meeting new friends all across America on our way to somewhere! Non smokers, social drinkers. Just started our new adventure of full time RV life May of 2020. Our 2002 Winnabago Brave 32V (Lucy) still looks almost new although doesn't always act like it! 😆 We are having a blast so far and hope to make lasting friendships along our journey.
I (Allen) did Ironwork and Demolition most of my adult life and finished with 15 years in automotive sales. Built a couple of houses for speculation in th early 80s. Do a little mechanical stuff when it's not too hard. Jack of all trades, master of none. Well maybe welding.
Wife (Kay) was mostly doing clerical jobs, payables, receivables for large companies.
Just starting to boondock recently.
Roadside pullouts with a view.
Probably your place! If I'm lucky! 😉
Harvest Hoasts. Lavender Essentials Farm in Derby Vermont was stunning!
Sold our home May 2020. We have lived in several states, Maryland, Kentucky, Kansas, Missouri, Florida. Yes we moved around so now we move all the time!
(Lucy) is a 2002 Winnebago Brave 32V She is very clean with new paint and stripes on most of her. No leaks. Most people can't believe her age. My tow vehicle is a 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. Very clean as well.
Very respectful campers and are more than welcome to come back.
ANKRVING got to experience one of Wyoming's most notorious stretches of highway with respect to strong crosswinds plaguing both semis and RVers; I-25 between Cheyenne and Douglas, a north-south stretch with very strong crosswinds. The strong, westerly crosswinds kept getting under his awning and unrolling it, requiring numerous stops to resecure it and, finally, a safety stop in Wheatland to wait out the strong wind as it was simply too dangerous to continue with a light, high-profile vehicle. This saga extended their ETA at SPAGHETTI'S ROOST by about 4 - 5 hours and invoked the comment upon arrival "I need a stiff drink!" Hopefully, one was provided!! They are a very pleasant couple who provided excellent communication during their adventure. They are most welcome to return, though I am not sure that they would want to!! Becky & George
These folks were very interesting and fun to be with. When a boondocker stays more than one night, we get to know them a lot better than if only for one evening...We found we had a lot in common and seemed more like a relative than new-found friends.. Thanks to them for helping paint and making breakfast food!!! They are more than welcome to return anytime to the Quiet Farm and we are hoping to meet up with them in AZ this winter....Wishing them safe travels and more adventures in the future!!
grest couple only wanted to over night. Talked them into staying another day. Between our busy schedules I did not get to see them off. Hope you had a great visit. Stop back sometime.
Really enjoyed having them stay. Friendly and unexpectedly helpful beyond expectations. Be well and safe journey.