We are long-time campers -- more minimalist-minded than glamping -- as we have moved through the decades from backpacking, tenting, a Coleman popup to our present trailer. Our twin sons are now in college -- one studying music therapy and the other mechatronics. With architecture and stenography/court reporting as our long-time careers, we now find ourselves with one foot towards retirement and more freedom with our days to be spontaneous and explore the countryside. Our policy towards nature is to leave no trace and only take photos. We are thankful to the hosts to afford us the opportunity to explore your area.
We enjoy meeting folks and respect social distancing practices. We normally wear a mask in town and at business establishments. When in campgrounds, nature/hiking, or outside visiting with distancing we don't normally wear a mask, but respect other's views. If we see you in a mask, we'd automatically reach for ours too.
Recently our elder cat crossed to Rainbow Bridge.
To be determined. Stay tuned.
An 18-foot [email protected] 400 trailer being towed by a Toyota 4Runner that's 16 feet.
We were so happy when AlongTheRoad asked to visit with us again! We had great weather for good conversation outside and discovered we had some similar interests that led to even more conversations. We're hoping our paths cross again in the near future.
We were happy to provide an overnight stop for AlongTheRoad on their recent journey home. We found them to be really personable and they kept us posted on their arrival time. We loved their [email protected], too! We enjoyed our short conversations with them and we hope they'll consider staying again on future travels.
Enjoyed the visit with these two an chatting a little they can come back whenever they can
Enjoyed having them an never knew they were here got to chat a little an hope they have a great camping future maybe can return sometime