Age: 30-45

Member since May 2016

Adventurous couple in our early 30s

Expired Guest

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We are Annie and Luke. Experiences change our lives. When Annie's father passed away suddenly at the age of 58, we learned an important lesson: life is short and precious. We decided to make the most of it. We sold most of our belongings and decided to spend what money we make on experiences, traveling as often as we can.

We are quiet and keep to ourselves but enjoy meeting new people, swapping stories, and learning more about boondocking. We are into geocaching, disc golf, photography & videography, hiking, rock climbing, paddling, and snorkeling.

Annie taught Junior High English for 5 years before starting this adventure. Luke has been in Golf Course Maintenance for the past 7 years.

Learn more about us at our website:
Social media:
YouTube: Mulehawk Adventures

Skills & Expertise to Share

Writing, amateur photography, plants and animals, paddling, rock climbing, hiking, geocaching

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Preacher's Point in Alberta Canada, Mt Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Roads, Ottawa National Forest in Michigan, Water Management Preserve sites across Florida

MuleHawk's Hometown

Iowa City, IA

MuleHawk's Guest Details

MuleHawk's Rig

A Toyota Tundra with an ARE topper. We carry 10 gallons of water, a Dometic 5 gal porta-potty, and a backpacker stove. We are also solar powered--no need for hookups or generator!

MuleHawk's References (2)

References from Hosts (2)


March 2017

Can't help but like them

"MuleHawk" are mature and friendly. They are adaptable to age differences and environments they encounter. We had the pleasure of hosting them and Canadian boondockers gp170 at the same time. We all had fun and shared interesting travel stories and experiences. Guest like MuleHawk make Boondocker hosting exciting.

Richard and Glenda "THE GROVE".


August 2016

Nice young couple enjoying the West

We had a fine time hosting them. They were happy to get the information about the local camping and destinations, and were quiet and very self sufficient. Their setup is very nice and compact, and being solar equipped they did not require a hookup.