Paul and I have been married for over 35 years and we’ve done our share of camping, mostly in tents until we recently fell in love with our Thor Sequence Class B. We’ll be retiring in a few years. Meanwhile, we plan to enjoy short to medium length trips in the Eastern part of the country. Our favorite destinations are to visit friends and family, and we look forward to meeting some new people along the way. We enjoy conversation, cards, music (not the kind that comes out of a speaker), nice homemade meals, and being in nature. Looking forward to the day when we can spend more time up close, but for now we are masking up and keeping our distance due to COVID.
We got “skills” alright, but I can’t think of any right this minute that would be shareable while boondocking. We’ll have to give this one some thought.
We travel with our 33 pound spayed female dog named Stella. Her DNA test suggests she has no more than 13% of any one breed, so she can accurately be described as a “mixed breed”! She came to us as an adult rescue dog. We do keep her on leash or on a tether at all times unless we are inside a fence because she has a tendency to take off for parts unknown. She can sometimes be reactive when approached by unleashed dogs; other times she is not. We haven’t completely figured her out yet in that regard. So let’s discuss that if you are a dog owner too.
We live in wonderful Portland, Maine. We are both working at home for the time being, but during normal times we walk or bike to work. Our home is just minutes away from almost any type of shopping, dining, or services one could want. And of course it is just a short drive to Casco Bay and the Atlantic Ocean! There is no place we would rather be during the late spring, summer and fall but we are starting to see our way clear to being somewhere else during part of the winter!
Thor Sequence Class B RV on a Ram Promaster chassis. Exterior height is 9’ 5”. Color: Granite. Nothing in tow.
Only got a quick visit with them. Very quiet and respectful. Welcome back anytime
arrived late in the afternoon and only spent one night with us on their way to Hanging Rock. They were very quiet and respectful and I was happy to be able to find them a dry place to park. We would be happy to have them come back and stay a little longer. They would be welcome any time.