Age: 45-55

Member since October 2016

On the road full time for my photography, and documenting everything along the way.

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Hello everyone, I'm a male photographer on the road full time building a portfolio of photography as well as documenting my travels in a blog and youtube channel. I'm mellow, chill and easy going. I respect peoples privacy, rules, property and opinions. I'm out to meet more people and make more friends along this journey.

I'm not a drug user or smoker, I do occasionally enjoy a drink but that's about it. I have no pets. I like quiet calm relaxing evenings and won't be the one keeping anyone awake. My nights are usually busy with editing my work on my computer and if not that I chill to a movie.

I like to unhitch and go out exploring in my Xterra during the day time, free from towing allows me to explore places I can't get to while towing etc. I'm currently on a very tight budget as I build up my followers and start selling my work. This means I need to keep camping costs low so I very rarely can afford RV parks or paid campgrounds. Love finding the off grid dry camping spots as I am pretty much fully self contained with solar. Also the reason I'm here hoping to connect with many of you.

To see what I'm all about the best place to start is www.wayneontheroad.com

Skills & Expertise to Share

Im a photographer and always open to projects and opportunities. Doing a lot of video work and editing as part of my current road trip. I also come from a long stint of graphic and web design and still do design work when it comes up. A fairly tech/internet savy guy.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

I've camped beside some pretty gorgeous lakes in western Canada so far but I'm looking forward to some dry warm time in the desert as well.

Waynerd's Hometown

My vehicle, insurance and license are all from Alberta Canada, but my heart and home town are in British Columbia Canada.


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Waynerd's Rig

I'm towing a small vintage 60's, 13 ft travel trailer which is always my home base. I've fixed it up both inside and out and always trying to improve little things Of course hooking up to water and electricity do have benefits. I do my photo editing most nights in the trailer so power does come in handy if it's been cloudy and my solar isn't fully charged. I contacted admin here about this subject before registering and they are ok with it as I am self contained. I do not have a black water holding tank. I utilize a composting toilet system. Obviously I would not be burdening any hosts with disposal of anything.