We're semi-retired, working off and on to fund our RVing adventures, and to stay mentally sharp. We live in our gas Class A Itasca Sunova by Winnebago 30B full time. We also have our wonderful Mattie, a 12-year-old Australian Cattle Dog/McNabb Shepherd mix (see info below).
Our home harbor is in north-central Arizona, less than 3 hours away from the Grand Canyon South Rim. This is what we're up to in 2016:
Darling Husband is self-employed, spent 20+ years as a sought-after digital graphic design production artist (for 4-color offset print), and finished his corporate career at Oakley. He currently pursues leather tooling/working and other made-by-hand crafts. He's also an excellent, pro-level photographer. Finally, he comes from a family of Fine Artists, so he's finally found time to dedicate to his water media (watercolor, acrylic) paintings.
Darling Wife left behind the Learning & Performance Development (aka "Training") world where she worked many years as a talented Senior Instructional Designer and Senior eLearning Developer. Currently, she is a self-employed writer (fiction, nonfiction, blogging, photographer, and tech geek (training, videos, Mac OS, Windows OS) who hopes to assist Darling Husband with his leather working/tooling. She also loves counted-cross stitch and crochet projects. (She still can't wrap her fingers around simple knitting with needles, and is going to give Arm Knitting a try.)
We love God, the outdoors, hiking, photography, wineries, local (organic) food producers, fine dining, music (especially jazz and blues), and good movies and books. We love the RVing world, and can't wait to add more adventures to our memories, including staying at your boondocking location!
Anywhere in Arizona!
2006 Itasca (by Winnebago) Sunova 30B. Our rig is 30-31 feet in length and just under 13 feet high. One (1) slide-out on the driver's side, for the sofa and dining area. No funky decorations. :-) We will upload a photo of ourselves and our rig once we size it to 640x489 pixels. We love to dry camp, don't have solar yet, and we run the Genny rarely, mostly to power the microwave, if needed for about 10 minutes. Or, for the DW's blow dryer.