We are a retired couple living in far western Colorado during the Summer months, and southern Arizona during the Winters. Our little unincorporated community is known as Egnar or Range spelled backwards. The people who live in this area are affectionally know as Egnarts, you can take the time to spell it backwards. I was designated UNofficial Mayor of Egnar, by a local farmer, just prior to his death in a auto/tractor accident. The name has stuck with me.
We are Low drama, friendly and accommodating, our chief complaint is: No one wants to leave. Susan is more than willing to have an afternoon beer or toddy with friends. I quit drinking 30 years ago, but may share a home grown cookie with anyone who's 420 friendly. We are non smoking and non vaping individuals.
We have a welder and a decent shop to work out of, but don't expect my personal expertise to cover RV repairs.
Mr Peanut is still with us in spirit and physically sits in his Urn overlooking our daily lives. We dearly miss him.
The Goose Necks State Park, Utah.
We live on 320 acres, of which 115 acres are in organic wheat production. At anytime during the week you may see Elk, Deer, Bears, Mountain Lions, Fox, Bobcats, and myriads of birds. The main road, H1, is good black top. Our 450 foot driveway leaves a bit to be desired, but it's not that bad. We've had 45 foot rigs park in front of the house, so no worries about access. There are currently two 30 amp plugins available, one has full hookups, but is harder to reach as it requires your rig to be backed up a small hill; Low clearance rigs will not fit. Egnar is somewhat centrally located between Mesa Verde 60 miles to the SE, and the National Parks of Moab, Utah 65 miles to the North.
2004 Fleetwood Fiesta 26 Foot, no slides. We toad a 2015 Prius C or trailer with a Side by Side.