A retired physician who lives in the mountains of East TN. We frequently go on extended RV trips in our Airstream across the USA and visit national parks and forests to camp, hike, bike, and kayak. We are self contained and don't generally need hookups. My wife is a retired nurse. We both do a lot if volunteer work maintaining hiking trails. My wife also volunteers at our local animal shelter.
Not really. I am a retired Pediatric bone marrow transplant physician (Cincinnati Childrens Hospital). Those skills are not likely to be of use in the wilds of the USA. My wife is a retired neonatal ICU nurse, also not likely to be of much use out there in the outback.
We know a lot about trail maintanence since we do a lot of that. We are experience hikers and can share what we know about that!
Not currently. Our golden retriever died last year at almost 14 years of age.
Relatively new to boondocking, but love the wide open spaces of the Southwest USA and mountains anywhere.
Tellico Plains TN in the mountains south of the Smokies.