I enjoy meeting new people and enjoy being a part of a network of hosts and travelers on this site. I have hosted a few of folks and would enjoy hosting more. I have been able to take some time this summer 2018 and boondock in Maine. It has been fun!
For some reason I have missed a couple of emails from people wishing to boondock...don't give up ...try again if you don't hear from me. Perhaps the emails are getting waylaid in the junk mail?
I Love to garden and welcome you to partake of the fresh veggies I grown when in season. But this year I have not put a lot of time and effort into it...so there is mainely an abundance of chard and zucchini!
I do not travel with pets but have cats, goats, ducks, chickens and a visiting dog named daisy occasionally
I love to be close enough to water so I can hear it! Rural areas are my favorite
It is 40 min from Portland, the ocean, the mountains and ski areas. A short driveway and close to the river
I have converted a 2005 Ford E1 50 van into a self-contained travel vehicle.I had it painted a deep forest green and they put in two fantastic fans. I have an outside plug in for electric, a solar generator, tiny woodstove and a self-contained toilet. I have a little sink, cookstove and table. It is simple and comfortable, easy to drive and doesn't take up very much space.
I had a great stay and also was welcomed to sit and enjoy the incredible view. A generous welcome was very much appreciated!
Such a beautiful little homestead on the river, and our host was wonderful!
Saco River Respite is a nice spot. Very welcoming. A lot going on at this homestead on the river. Loved the conversation and the goats. Close to Portland.
They were open to us coming right after my nieces wedding/ reception. The hostes was very caring and welcoming. I would go there again in my travels. And if I had a way to host I would in a heartbeat. Thank you all so very much. Best nights sleep in a long time.
I loved my stay. Altho the description is very understated, the place is so much fun with an old school hippyish feel. Easy to find among winding rural roads, it feels like a country homestead, backing up to a lovely river surrounded by trees. I parked in a level spot in front of the barn that sits right beside the house. It has been converted to a studio space where there are all kinds of art projects are happening. There are goats and ducks in pens right near the house and a trail down to the river. I was welcomed, offered food, and spent the evening talking and laughing over a hot cup of tea. It felt like I was visiting long lost friends. I give Saco River a maximum thumbs up.
Thank you Brenda for your hospitality.
You are a unique individual and have great location.
We enjoyed our tour of Maine.
One of the nicest places to stay. Thank you, B., for your wonderful berry-and-rhubarb-cake! The pitch is quiet and the area is really impressive. No doubt, if we will ever be within 100 miles and looking for a host, we know whom to call!