Ingrid is a retired NICU nurse. Winston led the Herald of Faith mission, devoted to developing village pastors.
We both love to travel with our little [email protected] trailer and our cat.
Our cat is named Kumquat
Lone Rock, Wisconsin
[email protected] This is our 2nd one.
winstonmb were absolutely wonderful guests. They were very considerate and respectful and we would love to visit with them again.
Winston and Ingrid are such a joy. We loved hearing their stories and would gladly have them again. And, thank you both for your gift! Blessings!
Winston and Ingrid spent two nights at our camp in the northern UP. Due to circumstances (their visit was mid-workweek) Gary and I didn't have much chance to visit with them, but from the few minutes we spoke together, I had the definite impression that we would have enjoyed the chance to sit down and spend an evening around the campfire with them! They are welcome back any time!
U of IL Alumni all 4 of us! Who knew? Winstonmb's location was easy to find. Spot was level in a red pine forest. Upon arrival host's greeted us, offered electric hook-up (per new rules, paid our $5), and had a nice chat with them. The pecan treats were outstanding. Recommended for those visiting along the Frank Lloyd Trail.
Had a wonderful experience staying with Winston and Ingrid. Amazing, peaceful location. They were incredibly gracious host who provided us with a warm Wisconsin welcome. We even joined them for church on Sunday morning before heading to our next destination. Would highly recommend this location!
We want to thank our hosts for a wonderful stay amongst the pines. They were very informative about the area and made us feel at home. They were very prompt with all correspondence and felt very safe in their location.
What wonderful hospitality our hosts extended to us. Enjoyed sharing travel stories at their peaceful setting among the pine trees. Wonderful location to explore the Spring Green area.