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Age: 55-65

Member since April 2012

Retired and traveling full-time with a monkey and a puppy

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Hi! I'm Barb. I am coming up on the 1 year anniversary of being a full-time RVer and I love it! I share my life with Sena, a 15 year old capuchin monkey and Lily, a 1 year old morkie (yorkie/maltese) puppy in a 25' Class C motorhome. I spent last summer in my daughter's back yard in Seattle, a month at a friend's place on the Columbia River and the winter at Mom's near Houston. That's the plan for this coming year as well. Between friend's and family stops I see as much of this great country as possible. I prefer boondocking and am excited to find this site.

I full time and don't own property but I found a really nice spot in the Dixie National Forest near Bryce Canyon National Park. It's just off Utah Hwy 12 about midway between mile markers 7 & 8. turn south on Tom Best Rd (gravel) and go 1/4 mile to a small dirt turnout on the right. It's level and there are trees and a rock fire ring. Further south there are other less obvious, but equally nice places to stay. Quiet despite being listed as an ATV trail. On the north side of the Hwy are vault toilets and a 10 mile paved bicycle path

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I have had careers in Dental, Optical, retail, foster care for profoundly challenged children and infant daycare. There isn't much that I haven't tried to do or still plan to try that is legal and reasonably safe. I also took a year off to build a house in rural Oklhoma. I enjoy working in the yard and even like to pull weeds.

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2011 Shasta Cynara 230F Class C motorhome (25' long) No slides 2012 Smart Car toad (8.75' long) ReadyBrute Elite towbar and Demco baseplate 272 watt solar system