I am single with a cat as companion, left a position of 23 years as a Warehouse Manager to find a new life. Upon deciding to relocate to Colorado from my home state of Texas, the idea of an RV to allow mobility in that transition opened me to the realization that there was a lifestyle and network offering opportunities to support it which I had never considered and was immediately attracted to and ultimately embraced, and now have been living full time in my motorhome since October 2014. I did make it to Colorado and am currently set for the summer 2015 with my first workamping experience. Now I am plugging into this network in the hopes of finding opportunities in my travels to my next site and beyond that will offer an alternative to Walmart's, Truckstops and costly RV parks as well as hoping to be introduced to a whole new community of folk with a shared common interest and wonderful stories of their own experiences.
Have naturally handy abilities as well as artistic, able to fix, build or restore and enjoy anything of creativity. Am also good at operating various machinery and easily learn those not yet experienced. Photography and the digital medium is a hobby most passionate about and an everyday practice but have dabbled in many hobbies and sports and basically just enjoy the opportunities of new experiences and challenges.
So far have little boondocking experience outside of where my journey began on a private 200 acre ranch belonging to friends, it was there that I installed and tested systems in my RV for some three months before setting out. Since on the road have only utilized those capabilities in parking lots on my way to Colorado, since this travel window coincided with significant winter storms and remote access especially to the mountains where I would spend time skiing was non-existant (far as i could find), I have remained based in parks plugged in. But do hope to spend time in remote locations such as BLM and Forestry lands throughout the Mountain Ranges of Colorado and hopefully ultimately beyond to the Canyon Lands of Utah, Deserts of Arizona, Redwood Forests and so on and so on.
Houston, Texas. small towns northeast to northwest of the city.
1996 Safari Trek Diesel Pathfinder 24' Class A Motorcoach all original and in excellent condition mechanically and visually - especially for its age. Often draws comments regarding its nice appearance. Funky decorations? Well, there is a mural on the rear. Very well done and among owners of these vehicles highly regarded being the creation of the artist 'Dennis Dame' who throughout the years these coaches were made had on a select number, created one of a kind airbrushed works of art.