I hear frequently that I'm extremely brave..I'm a single, older than I look, disabled chick traveling across the country alone, save for my cat and the good people I meet on the way. I'm headed West in general, trying to get to as many National Parks and Forests as I can along the way. Good thing I'm headed west since that's where a majority of the 'good' parks are ;-) I enjoy nature, hiking, and the outdoors in general; and I'm also newly enjoying riding my Honda Rebel for as much of my exploring and errand-running as I can - it gets 75 mpg! Can't argue with it! I also enjoy cooking fresh, healthy food; wine, music, movies, reading, museums, art...pretty much anything that I haven't seen or done before, I'll try at least once, and more than that if I like it...I want to participate in life, not sit back and watch other people do it. So glad to finally be realizing this epic journey I've been dreaming of for so many years! And so appreciative of any and all help along the way, even if it's just a safe, quiet place to park for a night. Sometimes, that's all you need <3
I have a Lot of experience with a few things, namely cooking and office administration, typing, and data entry and typing skills; and a little experience with a Lot of wide-ranging things from music to construction to GPS use and 100% positive feedback eBay seller skills...
I'm just getting started..every place that Isn't Jacksonville, FL is good with me, for the time being! :-)
I lived in Jacksonville, FL for 20 years, which was 19 years too long. Best Christmas gift I ever gave myself was Leaving Town this past Christmas Eve.
I love my stealthy converted cargo trailer. I am extremely proud to have bought it empty, and built everything in it by myself, including the bed, shelving, kitchen, 12v system, bathroom, etc....it's still a bit of a work in progress. I do have a rear ramp door that goes down to move my Honda Rebel in and out when needed, which actually brings the amount of 'length' space I need to about 25 feet, including letting the ramp down and getting the bike out. I pull it with my GMC Yukon.
We were fortunate to have Carolyn stay with us a few days while she had some mechanical issues resolved. We enjoyed getting to know her. She and Tina were easy to host.
Wonderful lady, capable, resourseful. A joy to hang with. We'll miss her.
Carolyn and Tina, her cat, were fantastic to have with us as guests. Conversations with Carolyn were both informative and entertaining. She has so much to talk about and we enjoyed every bit of it. Tina is a delight to have around and was absolutely no bother. We highly recommend them to everyone in the club and hope to have the pleasure of hosting them in the future. JCandM
We were able to host YukontealUU for several days! She was very friendly , thoughtful and considerate. She is traveling the path of her adventure and seemed to be especially resourceful! Would be happy to host again!