We are a quiet couple looking to see new things as we make our way across the United States. Before C19 and before we bought our RV, we traveled by cruise ship most times we traveled. We loved the vast open spaces and the night sky. We just celebrated our 16th anniversary, but for our 15th, we traveled on a once in a lifetime back to back cruise (22 days) that took us from Galveston to The Bahamas, to the Caribbean to the Panama Canal. We got back from the cruise and the world shut down. We moved from cruising to RV'ing! WE are not super social people and we tend to mostly keep to ourselves. We like traveling and being isolated with nature. That's not to say we don't enjoy a nice story about the history of the area or how the land came to be. Like most people, we don't discuss politics or religion, and will generally remove ourselves if these topics come up in conversation (We mean no offense). We want to explore the united states and see life and nature without judgement. We started this journey after Chase was almost killed while driving is Vespa home from work in downtown Houston. The driver that hit him did not have enough insurance to cover the damages, let alone make up for him now being permanently disabled. So we are taking a new direction in life while trying to enjoy every second. We look forward to meeting you and already thank you for offering your land to us. We promise to leave it as we found it.
Both Vaccinated 4/12/2021 for Covid.
Our 2003 Winnebago Sightseer 33L and our 2001 Ford Ranger:
The wreck that disabled Chase:
Our 15th Anniversary Panama Canal Cruise on Carnival Freedom:
Chase and Joel each have 15 years of business management experience. Joel Runs a Pain Relief Studio in Houston while Chase has Managed Retail and Tourism businesses like Ace Hardware, Party City, Scootersmith, Nation Tours Etc.
We have 5 Ferrets which will stay inside the RV.
We have let them run around supervised at the beach a couple times, but don't do that in the country for obvious reasons.
If it is excessively hot, we may need to run the A/C to keep the temperature down.
This might mean running the A/C while we are out exploring (Automatic Thermostat shuts off and on as needed).
We generally don't have to run the a/c as the exhaust fans are usually enough
We like boondocking in the city if we have a great view of the skyline. So far we have really enjoyed Boondocking on Bolivar Peninsula. Looking forward to the grand canyon trip we are planning.
When we are not traveling, we are stationed in Houston, Texas were we own and run our own business. Before the wreck, I ran a Segway touring company in Downtown Houston: https://youtu.be/wUloiD_fG4w
2003 Winnebago Sightseer 33L towing a 2001 Ford Ranger