We are avid travelers who generally seek wilderness areas over crowded cities, as we prefer the quiet beauty of nature over the raucous noise of civilization. We have seen much of the U.S. and have enjoyed meeting many very interesting people, both fellow travelers as well as those who wish they were. We read broadly in current affairs, science and technology, and fiction. We're both college graduates who have learned much more from living than from texts. Oh, yes, we're both in our 70s who hike and climb as if we're in our 50s. Between the two of us, we enjoy music, photography, astronomy, gardening, and the freedom of travel without extensive planning.
Between us, we have skills in nature photography, writing and poetry, gardening, building construction and maintenance (plumbing, electrical, carpentry), RV repairs, and maybe a bit of common sense.
Generally, we travel to places that are beautiful and interesting. Our most common destinations are mountains and ocean, but we've learned that beauty can be found everywhere. We try to avoid large RV resorts, and usually don't "camp" in the normal RV lifestyle manner.
South Lyon, Michigan, north of Ann Arbor, west of Detroit.
We have a compact size 2014 Thor Palazzo Class A diesel pusher that is 34 and a half feet long and less than 12 feet high, and we tow a smallish Subaru SUV. We have two slide-outs that extend 1 foot and 1.5 feet. There are no funky decorations beside the ubiquitous swirls that are endemic to motorhome exteriors.