We travel in a 32' Class C MH with a tow car. We enjoy all types of camping including urban areas to remote wilderness. "Leave no trace" is our motto when camping. For folks using our driveway to park, we're happy to provide local tips and suggestions. We're not socializers but we go out of our way to be friendly and courteous. We pick up after our dog and expect others to do the same.
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Bichon Frise (Sammy)
Soon to be Thousand Trails Lifetime (Elite) member after camping on a NE/SE Zone pass for 3 years.
Originally from NY, transplant to Midwest long ago.
32' Class C with tow car.
ToddFogelberg was a perfect guest and I would be happy to host him again.
Todd stayed with us one night. We enjoyed meeting him. We had a nice conversation regarding camping -- wish I could have heard more. We weren't able to spend much time with Todd since we had plans. He was very quiet and unassuming -- welcome to stop and visit us any time!
Todd scheduled in for one night and stayed for two and we were delighted that he stayed. Todd and his two dogs were very quiet and unassuming and came and went as they pleased. Todd did a lot of sightseeing and visited many of the tourist attractions in our area. We hope that Todd would visit us again if he's in the area.
Everything went great! ToddFogelburg was very accommodating and made sure we were taken care of. People in the cul de sac were friendly and didn’t mind us “moving in” for the days we were there. Will definitely use this place again if we can when we come back to explore the twin cities!
Todd was kind enough to let us stay in his driveway even though he was traveling himself. He arranged for his neighbor to greet us and help us set up. We met her and her daughter and talked with them for quite a while. He has a nice quiet neighborhood in a nice wooded complex. We really appreciated him going out of his way to accommodate us. Thanks again Todd and come and visit us sometime in Michigan.