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Age: 30-45

Member since May 2021

Family of 5 exploring the country as we travel towards Tennessee

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We are excited to explore and experience more of this amazing country.

Skills & Expertise to Share

Renovated our house and RV, software development, project management, attempting to learn to play the guitar.

FamilyAdventures's Pets

No pets.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Hoping to experience boondocking to build up a list of favorites.

FamilyAdventures's Hometown

Washington but looking for a new state to call home.

FamilyAdventures's Guest Details

FamilyAdventures's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

34 feet long

34 foot Itasca Suncruiser (by Winnebago) fully capable of boondocking weighing in about 17,000 pounds. 11' 7" in height and we have experience backing into spaces. Blue Honda Odyssey mini van chase vehicle.

FamilyAdventures's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with kids, ages: 3, 5, 8
  • Has slideouts

FamilyAdventures's References (4)

References from Hosts (4)


July 2021

Nice family β€” left our site better than when they arrived!

Nice family that took time took pick up trash strewn along the highway while they visited! Kids were very excited about their trip and enjoyed time at Legoland while in KC. They are welcome back anytime.


July 2021

Great communications

A cool family, who explored our nearby trail.


July 2021


Not here when they arrived, they were gone by the time I got home, very good at no trace camping, if they hadn’t of sent a thank you, I’d never have known they were here 😊😊 they’re welcome to come back anytime πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜Š


July 2021

great family to share end of trail with

hot afternoon ,, RV stopped ,, kids bailed out.. i had sprinklers on in the yard ,, didnt take long and kids were running and playing ,, wet and cooling off ,, i felt like i had grandkids playing in the yard ,,had a great visit with kids and parents .. wished them safe travels for the rest of there adventure