We're a couple of recently retired musicians new to RVing, but not to travel. Our international travel has taken us around the world for conferences of music educators, from China and Vietnam to Europe, South America and Central Asia. We're very grateful for those opportunities to develop deep friendships with colleagues from around the world, meet new people, and experience new-to-us cultures first hand.
Now, with the ongoing challenges of climate change and global pandemic (not to mention the years ticking by), we've decided to shift gears and explore the vast beauties of the USA with a small travel trailer. We plan to stay true to keeping friends and family connections while meeting new folks, seeing new places, and enjoying the cultural diversities this country has to offer. Boondockers welcome looks like a fabulous opportunity to hit all these goals!
No, but enjoy meeting those of others.
Yet to be determined!
We live in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul where we enjoy gorgeous parks, trails, lakes, and rivers and a vibrant artistic and culinary arts scene within broadly diverse and rich cultural communities.
18' [email protected] 400 (2021) towed by a Jeep Grand Cherokee
Travelers passing through. Weren’t able to meet them but they communicated very well and were very kind.
Very nice couple who came to visit relatives. We’d welcome them anytime.
We had a very pleasant and enjoyable time with DrJDub. They were very organized and left nothing out of line when they left. Also, very generous and thoughtful. If it hadn't been for the mosquitoes I'm sure we would have spent lots of time around the campfire as it was very pleasant weatherWe wise and a very enjoyable couple.
Lovely couple. Very friendly. Enjoyed a couple of nice visits. They live close by but wanted to try out their camper before taking a longer trip. They are welcome to return anytime.