I retired in December 2015 after 31 years as a Medical Laboratory Technologist working in the Blood Bank of a large community teaching hospital. Prior to this career, I owned a new & used bookstore immediately after graduating from college. During my lifetime, I have had many, varied camping experiences including frequent cross-country trips and at least a dozen glorious, New England fall adventures! We camped in a variety of modes such as the back of a station wagon, tent camping, VW campers & finally "graduated" to a Roadtrek. I have a 30 year old blind daughter who will be accompanying me. She is a fiddler! We look forward to meeting new people along the way!
I am an excellent Blood Banker...but I don't think this is a sharable skill! I am good with computers; I currently run two genealogy websites and one high school Alumni site. My daughter is an expert at bird call identification and can identify over 400 bird calls by sound! She also identifies frogs & toads. She has played old-time & folk fiddle music for the last 17 years.
We are new to Boondocking! We live in Georgia & are planning to travel cross-country in 2017.
2002 RoadTrek 190 Versatile