You just never know where life is going to take you!
Without getting into the long story, suffice it to say that my wonderful husband and I are now embarking on the journey that we feel God has set before us. There have been a number of twists and along the way, but the ministry that we feel was placed in our hearts to teach and share on a more nationwide basis has suddenly been thrust upon us. The future is so bright and exciting that it is not hard to let go of the past!
We are full time RV-ers traveling around the U.S. (and possibly Canada) with our two horses, Treasure and JoyFull. I will be offering Parelli services to students in underserved areas and my husband, Dave, will be sharing in schools, churches and libraries about his walk across America and the books he has written (and will be writing).
We hope to meet many new friends through the Boondockers Welcome!
Teri and Dave
Handyman: basic electric, carpentry, plumbing, creative problem solving, writing, speaking in churches, schools, and libraries re: 10,000 mile journey across America by foot and hitchhike
4 Star Parelli Instructor: horsemanship, riding and training, cooking (gluten free), writing
We love national forests, BLM lands, and wilderness if we can get there with our rig. Farms, ranches, and any horse friendly places are on the top of our list. We enjoy any place that features privacy, beauty, pasture, and/or water...the best have all of four.
'95 American Eagle--39' Class A plus 2 horse bumper pull horse trailer...weighs in at about 30k so need firm ground and fairly open access into drive ways...with the trailer we are almost 60' long. We do occasionally travel without the horses.
These folks were respectful of our property and our lives. We would have them here in a heartbeat.
They had to leave in the morning to head up north in Minnesota to share they journey with Christ
to others. My only regret is we did not have time to sit down and share a laugh. We pray for safe travels.
Dave also stopped up before they left and gave us a book that he wrote. Thank you.
Jim and Christy Funk