Husband and wife that love to travel. We keep it simple and love getting to see as much of our beautiful country as we can. We are retired and love to just take off when we can. We have done lots of unofficial boondocking (walmarts, dispersed,etc) and are looking forward to utilizing something that could be considered a bit safer! When asked about hookups I answered yes but we can certainly be without hookups just as easily. We bought our camper 4 years ago from a small company in Canada. We did an all nighter from CO to near Toronto to pick it up then toured several provinces and new England before heading home. Most of that trip was done boondocking.
How to enjoy life and retire early
Just outside of Desth Valley
Near William's AZ
Dispersed camping in Natl forest
2001 Chevy suburban 12 ft Taylor Coach Bobbie travel trailer
Was glad to be able to host a nice couple of day earlier than planned and forest fire smoke chased them out of Idaho. What is glad they were able to enjoy some of the interesting sites around here and have a positive experience at a restaurant I recommended. It was supposed to have been enjoying our farmers market here on the way out of town. I hope you didn’t fall into any craters or burn up on the moon today, LOL! Safe travels!
We only had them for one night, but they were very polite quiet campers. They're always welcome back and I highly recommend them.
This couple is following the road to wherever it takes them. From riding the Hiawatha on bicycles one day to exploring the L/C Valley the next. Polite, kind and respectful.
Very enjoyable conversation time with these good visitors.They arrived as expected, stayed the night and id an exploratory side trip the following day. We shared positive experiences of f life and favorite roas stops. This couple has a great outlook on life l and future travel plans. The very compact travel trailer fit into a shaded trail-head during this very hot weather. They left on schedule so we could meet our morning obligations, and thecamp spot was so clean no one would guess it had been occupied. Always welcome back.