We have travelled extensively, both in Europe, and RV'ing all over Western Canada and the US. We enjoy seeing new sights and meeting new people. We still work part-time - me as a consultant, and my husband as an electrical contractor. We recently down-sized our RV to a 17 foot R-Pod which we love. Sometimes, our daughter and grandson accompany us on summer camping trips with their tent. We have been married for over 50 years, and intend to keep RV'ing for at least another 10 years.
I'm a great cook and designer. My husband is VERY handy - as an electrician, he also has mechanical and other basic fix-it skills. He has added all kinds of upgrades to our RV - shelves, extra propane tank and battery, two-step stairs and is in the process of adding a 12Volt outlet in the RV so we can use lights, phone charger etc. when we are boondocking.
No - our beloved Maggie passed on last September.
Fraser Valley - just outside of Vancouver, BC, The Okanagan in the interior of BC, Willamette Valley in Oregon, Around Carpenteria, near Santa Barbara in California (good friends there but they have no boondocking facilities), Oregon Coast- really all over the US and BC/Alberta.
We're from Vancouver, BC Canada. We live in a small house, with a short, very sloped driveway (no boondocking facilities unfortunately). We love this city - beautiful, with very temperate weather.
A 17-foot R-Pod 176 Hood River edition model. Just purchased it in March of 2016. It has a slide-out, and is completely equipped with a toilet/shower, kitchen and dinette. It has a frog painted on the side, sitting on a lily pad, with sunglasses, fishing. We are Good Sam members when we are not boondocking - love their RV sites.