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Age: 65+

Member since January 2015

Writer who loves the open road, originally born in the USA, now living and working in the Thousand Islands near Kingston, ON.

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I'm an advertising writer who continues working for the fun of it. My era in the business spans from the later days of the "Madmen" (late 60's to Present). I continue to get a kick out of writing ads, tv/internet commercials and also enjoy writing documentaries, stories and song lyrics. As a kid I lived in many regions of the US from the deep South, North Eastern US and California. I've worked in London, parts of Europe, Japan, New York, Toronto and Montreal. For several years I lived in Southern Spain.

I think when you grow up traveling you never get enough of it. My little "B" Dodge van allows me to see things I normally wouldn't and I've found that these hidden away places provide priceless pieces of memories. The more I see the more I want to see. I really like to get out and bike. Aside from the scenery, I enjoy meeting people and the art of conversation. That's what makes it all worthwhile.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Very good cook, real foodie. Bookworm with good knowledge of many authors and titles. Have a very good knowledge to share of places to travel and things to see in US and Canada. Some knowledge of building

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Carolina Coast areas, (Pawleys Island, Beaufort SC, Port Royal, Charleston). Georgia, Florida. Georgian bay (Kilarney ON) Thousand Islands area. Rideau Canal and lakes.

scatlink's Hometown

Gananoque, ON. This is the nicest part of the Thousand Islands very close to the "Limestone City" of Kingston ON on the St. Lawrence River. A very beautiful and historical place. Part of a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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scatlink's Rig

2000, Class B Great West Van, updated with 21st century electronics, but kept the groovy tape deck.