My wife and I are bilingual Retired French Canadian .
We sailed for many years, the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and the Florida coast. We also did some camping for 12 years in our 26ft camping trailer,on the east coast of the US and Canada..We now own a 40 foot pusher and are discovering the US and Canada.
We have 2 lovely big dog's. Toby an old yellow Lab and Buddy a 110 pounds Mixte Labernois dog..
During the Summer we live at our home in a subberb of Montreal, called Repentigny.
Nous parlons Français et une invitation speciale à nos compatriotes canadiens
We know sailing
I'm also at ease with electricity,plumbing and carpentry.
Carole is a very good cook..A chef I might say.
A 13 1/2 year old yellow lab that will lic you to death if you let him. (2018)
A 7 year old 110 pound mix Labernois 2018)
Both are well behaved
Don't have any locations picked yet but we cruised eastern parts of canada and the US. We intend to cruise around the center and west coast of Canada and the US the coming Summers.
We visited the wine regions of Ontario ( The Niagara region) lovely region with hundreds and hundreds winery. we loved the region.
Visited a bit of Michigan ...Harsens Island...beautifull region and nice people..
Fort Pierce Florida - winter Repentigny in the Summer months
2004 Class A- 40 foot diesel pusher [Escaper] with 2 slide-out. We are hauling our Jeep Cherokee
Very respectful and friendly, they are welcome here anytime!
Quiet, quiet and more quiet. That describes our stay with Cafe Latte. Hubby had a nice morning walk and a bike ride with our hosts after an evening of getting to know each other and swapping stories about crossing the US/Canada border.
*we did have a bit of confusion when I accidentally cancelled our stay just hours before arriving. Next time I will be careful where my fingers are on the web site.
Bernard and Carole are very welcoming and friendly. We felt at home as soon as we arrived! Beautiful and quiet neighborhood - we slept as we haven’t in a while! C’était aussi fantastique de parler français et de ressentir l’hospitalité québécoise! We warmly recommend this boondocking.
This was our second stay at 18 holes and I can say that this stay was just as great as our first stay but even better because we got to know our host that much better. Thanks again for another wonderful stay.
This looks lovely French Canadian couple were wonderful host. Great conversations about RVs and travel.
Beautiful spot to park and very quiet neighbor hood in between a golf course. This couple made us feel very welcome. We had good conversations and drinks. Thank you and hope to reciprocate back to them any time.
We arrived late. Very late. But our hosts made sure we could find their home by setting a pathway of lights outside. We did only stay for one night because we where heading down south but we felt welcome. Thank you! Merci beaucoup!
Five Star *****A very nice stay, kind people, enjoyed my boondock! Catching up with Canadians, wonderful! Beautiful Dawgies, was able to organize my rig and myself, a welcomed break from traveling, wishing you all Blessings. Yummy oatmeal and chocolate! Kind regards, and thanking you again, Dr. Paula
These hosts were very kind and welcoming! Although we were parked in front of their home in their driveway, it was very quiet and peaceful. A 15 min drive to the beach! Two beautiful big dogs but our kids loved them! We enjoyed our stay and hope to meet them again on our travels!
Great hosts, very welcoming. Enjoyed their company. Nice quiet location.