I am a woman traveling with one child, towing a small travel trailer.
I'm a non-smoker.
I dislike backing my camper at sharp angles on inclines. :)
I'm a big believer in "leave no trace" camping. We don't need to be entertained, I'm usually just looking for a safe place to park to do school, read, have our meals, and sleep.
I am not sure what skills or information that I possess that would apply to boondocking?
I know a lot of stuff. I try to be helpful. I can teach your kids fractions. I make art. I can do CPR. My skill set is all over the place. What do you need? :)
We love our pets, (cats, rabbits, dog, fish) but they don't come with us when we travel.
There are three campgrounds near me that are free, with no hook ups. (Harrison State Forest near Cadiz, OH has two, Jefferson State Forest near Steubenville, OH has one. But these locations are listed on freecampsites.net , so they aren't secret, by any means. But they are safe, and they are never full, so they are a good option.)
I have often used freecampsites.net to find locations. The information isn't always accurate, though, so you always need a back up plan if you are using that site.
We live in the countryside near Scio, Ohio. It's a very rural area, mostly farmland, in East-Central Ohio.
I have a 17' Casita Spirit Deluxe travel trailer pulled by a Chevy Suburban.