I live on the the last acres of the family "homestead" that was established 250 years ago. I have been a single parent, an aquatics director, a pre-school teacher, worked in senior recreation and reception at a senior living facility and driven transportation bus, with a few other odd jobs thrown in for good measure. I quit my receptionist job in 2011 to be the support driver for a husband and wife team who walked across the United States. That is when I bought my Aliner Cabin A Expedition and lived in it for a year.
I often travel with my (adult) daughter, Lydia, or my significant other, Richard.
I have a very friendly dog but don't usually bring Kassie on longer trips.
Kassie, a very friendly 70lb, fluffy golden red rescue who love to travel. I don't usually take her on long trips even though she loves camping.
Haven't found a place I didn't like.
I live in the northwest corner of CT.
My 2006 Aliner is not a pop up. It is 15 ft from tongue to tail, fully self contained and takes up the space of a car. I now tow with a Ford Transit 150 van.
Easy to have around. Nice conversations and wonderful dog. Welcome back anytime. Safe travels.
These two are very friendly campers. Enjoyed sharing the moonflowers and International Space Station info. Nice to know this info will be shared again.