Recently retired and newly married professionals. We are spending quite a lot of time roaming around the US, seeing a lot of sights that we haven't seen before.
Computers and music. Beer and ukuleles.
Valley of the Gods, Coyote Beach, Cabela's in Anchorage.
1998 Roadtrek 190 Versatile, the "190" means 19 ft. It's a Class B, so it's pretty small and it fits into a lot of places that a bigger rig wouldn't.
Did not have much time with this affable couple as they were in & out quickly but expect they would be a hoot to have as neighbors. Maybe we will see them again if they are this way.
We enjoyed Lisa and Dale so much...Had a great time visiting! Once again their stay was too short to really get to know them. A delightful couple who love to visit as well. They are welcome to come stay anytime....and hopefully they will beings they travel I-90, which is just a couple of miles north of us.
So fun hearing about Lisa and Dale’s travels from Mexico to the Arctic Circle, and ukulele festivals! Too bad it was only for one night, but they’re welcome back anytime!
More awesome folks from boondockers. Welcome to come and hang again anytime.
Daleanson were fantastic guests. We had much to talk about and hope to meet up again with them in the future.
A very nice couple. They were so quiet we hardly knew they were here!
Come visit again.
Dale and Lisa were very friendly and hospitable. We only stayed a few hours but wish we could have visited longer with them. They invited us in for a slice of pizza and cold home brew right when we arrived and we talked about all kinds of things. Their neighborhood is just a few miles off of I-84 and it is rural, but not empty. Very nice neighborhood and there is a nice little lake with a park just down the road. Definitely hope to stay with them again in the future and for a little longer next time! Thank you Dale and Lisa!
Very warm welcome with a lovely dinner in their garden (and Dale's beer... which is great) and wonderful conversation! Location is very quiet, level, on the street and the host can supply 20 amp power and fresh water for your tank. It was so informative for newbies like us to sit and chat with folks who are experienced RV'ers and long term stayers (Baha...here we come!). We got some great tips from them that we will be able to use on our 4 month journey. Thank you both for the conversation over breakfast and the enthusiastic "birthday song" serenade on my birthday!
These people were very welcoming and even invited us in to eat, even though they already had company from out of town! We hope to host them if they ever make it down to Arizona.
We stayed just one night with Daleanson and would have loved to have stayed longer. They were so hospitable, we enjoyed sharing a meal and sharing stories. I would like meet up with them again one day as they are just great people. Highly recommend staying here.
I highly recommend daleanson's place as a stop in the Boise area. It a nice & quiet residential neighborhood, & my hosts could not have been more accommodating. My dogs and I were invited back for tea that evening, & coffee in the morning. We parked out front on the street, and had no issues overnight with noise or light, & felt completely safe & secure. Its a little ways off of the main highway, but worth the stop for a good rest. I would definitely stay again.
When we arrived we were immediately invited to join the barbecue with their tennis friends and were offered some yummy homebrewed beer. A really nice couple and we had a good evening and morning chatting about past and future travels and Germany. Thanks a lot.
We arrived at nearly 9:00 pm and we're invited inside to "warm up" and have a glass of Dale's home brewed beer. What a special treat! We immediately hit it off and talked about Roadtreks, RV travel in Mexico, Alaska and of course sharing BD, Harvest Host and even housesitting ideas. Parking at the curb was quiet and easy with a turn around right at their street. We highly recommend this BD opportunity.