Family of 4 (downsizing to 3), Deaf parents with two hearing sons usually tagging with friends when camping out. We love traveling across America, looking forward another adventures once again. I personally grew up in Nor'Easter (Pennsylvania), my wife's from west (Nevada). Our family grew in Rochester, NY.
How I grew love in camping? My parents had old camper back in late 60's, usually gone to state park like Pymatuning state park, east coast seashore like Outer banks (OBX), never had boondock before, apparently my parents had no idea. When I start my family, we camp out using tent, it was okay, then rented pop up camper, not crazy about it, thats after dealing with hot beach and no AC, it was too much so I decided get travel trailer, bought cheap one, glad I went this way going around usa with 25 years old camper, man lots of tear and wear and lesson learned. I replaced it with much newer one.
Will share stories with you fellow boondockers whenever we meet you. I had intended boondock last year, only one night, thats it, that was in Texas. Im saving that story, LOL good one!
Naturally aspired Electrician, in other words, I played with live wires when I was around 2 years old, was able to assemble electrical components together and it actually worked, impressed my grandfather whose member of IBEW as lineman. He tried to discourage me from pursuing in electrical career, didn't work for him, I still do service(Power) jobs from time to time.
Tahoe (Jack Russell Terrier) and Tinkerbell (Daughter of Tahoe, Dad's Pug) Our friendly dogs for 15 years! They are social friendly with temporary exception, they unintentionally aggressive when they are so exciting seeing new friends, especially when theres multiple dogs around.
As of May 19, 2020 Tahoe passed away leaving her surviving daughter, Tinkerbell. Have decided to open for any small older dog needing home.
As of October 2020 We adopted two rescue dogs Diesel (50% Chihuahua mix) 12 yrs old and 2 to 4 years old potential Xoloitzcuintli (Mexican hairless(DNA pending)).
Very difficult determine which ones! They have their own varieties which makes uniqueness in America! However Adirondack has been in my heart pretty much most of my life, Lake Tahoe's in my wife's heart as well.
Rochester, NY I would love to be host, however I couldnt advertise as if its open, I may allow in event of emergency like break from long travel or whatever issue may arise, it is not practical as camping. I hate to say no "All the time". I live in city, with area as if they are in suburban, I have limited spot for parking on side of our house and its gated as well, on street parking would be ok for a night or two, they are in alternative parking system. So, if you really need spot, let us know and we could figure out.
2014 Autumn Ridge by Starcraft 278BH (29.5 feet long) hauling by Ford Excursion 7.3L. No slide to deal with.