Originating from Los Angeles county, Grace is taking a few months in 2021 and 2022 to travel around the US in her renovated truck camper called Bailey. She likes to boondock in natural places, taking as much time to explore the area by foot and bicycle. Loving both cycling and nature, she has a sewing studio in the living area of the camper powered mostly by solar for making cycling caps, and currently setting up a environmental volunteer database blog for people seeking opportunities. She does not do drugs or drink.
Sewing, patternmaker, graphic designer, tide pool expert, environmentalist
Grace have two corgis name Eevee and Zeus, and a ball python named Monty. Intermittently one of the dogs have traveled with me, but on this trip she would like to concentrate on exploring more of the landscape on bicycle. Monty stays at her mother's house, and usually sleeps in her tank in a warm wooden log.
Rainbow Canyon near Barstow. Far enough out of the city, but near enough for great wifi!
Grace's hometown is in the Los Angeles county, where she grew up in the San Gabriel valley which has stellar variety of different of food. A fun fact is there are more types of asian food concentrated in the county than there is in any place in the world. Frequenting boba shops (milk tea drink shops with a chewy sweet ball made out of tapioca), she tries to find the next best place for extraordinary milk tea. Immersed in the local cycling community, Grace goes out and does a few bike rides with groups, where she often would sell her handmade cycling hats with a brand called Psycho Caps (a play on words for cycling caps) . Often the rides would be around the downtown Los Angeles area, and the neighborhoods around it. See her bike adventures @psycho_caps
Ford F-350 extended cab with a Bigfoot Truck Camper capable of drycamping. Truck Camper can be backed into a parking spot, fitting into a normal parking spot when do so. The height of rig is about 12 feet high.
Great guest. Loved having her here. Would be more than happy to have her come visit again. Safe journeys and blessings from the farm.
I was happy to host GraeSY, though we hardly met. Certainly an adventurous young lady! Safe Travels!
GSY and her friend were great guests, independent and friendly. We were able to visit one evening and swap stories and plans. We enjoy seeing young folks getting out and traveling the country.
If not for the camper truck, I would not have even known they were staying with me. Very quiet not needy, exceptional guests.
GraceSY was a pleasure to host, respectful and quiet. We had a enjoyable evening of conversation and refreshments.
Welcome back anytime 😊
This was our first hosting gig. They are wonderful people. Polite, friendly, and definitely active. If you host them, be sure to dust the cob-webs off your bike, they are enthusiastic about cycling and would love to have you along. Hope you can last longer than I did;)