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justin5

Age: 30-45

Member since July 2021

Down to earth animal lover with a never ending sense of adventure.

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I am a cancer survivor on a mission to explore and travel as much as possible in my time left on this amazing planet. I am passionate about the outdoors and conservation. I love animals and exploring with my wife Nicole.

Skills & Expertise to Share

I am great with people and love to have meaningful conversations. I have been in the sales industry my whole life so communication is key to me. My wife and I love to garden and strive to live a sustainable lifestyle.

justin5's Pets

Yes we have a 4 year old dog.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

We are new to boon-docking but our favorite so far is Lolo National Forest.

justin5's Hometown

Kalispell MT

justin5's Guest Details

justin5's Rig

Rig Type: Class C

20 feet long

2018 Ram Promaster converted cargo van.

justin5's Travel Preferences

  • Travels with pets

justin5's References (2)

References from Hosts (2)

Bev

July 2021

Great Boondockers

This couple was very easy to host!


JimnFranAllen

July 2021

Adventurer

We are super glad to see a younger couple choose to live this part of their lives on the road. They are a most interesting couple and we wish them the best.. Looking forward to seeing them again.
Here is the bubble recipe..Have fun.
1 GAL GUAR GUM BUBBLE MIX
Amounts for 1 gallon of juiceEdit
If you use gallon jugs for mixing/storing your juice, you can these amounts. Most gallon jugs hold slightly more than one gallon of fluid.
Guar gum. 1 tsp. |  5 ml | 5.25 grams. Use a bit more or less to suit your preferences.
Baking powder. 2 tsp or 10 ml. You can use a little more without any problem.
Alcohol (for slurry). 2 tbsp. | 30 ml.
Detergent (Dawn manual professional pots and pan) 140 grams | 9.5 tablespoons (or very slightly less) | 1/2 cup plus 1.5 tbsp.
Water. 3640 ml | 15.5 cups.
NOTE: For measuring ease, I sometimes use 15 cups (which is 3 quarts plus 3 cups) water.
You can use a bit more detergent or a bit less water if you like a less dilute mix. 6 ounces (12 tablespoons or 1/2 cup plus plus 4 tablespoons or 177 grams) yields a 20.5:1 dilution.
NEVER STIR THE SOLUTION HARD BECAUSE IT WILL BREAK APART THE POLYMER MOLECULES OF THE GUAR GUM AND THE SOLUTION WILL NOT WORK