After part-time RV'ing for a couple of years, we saw that we weren't looking forward to coming home. Our most vivid memories consisted of RV experiences, we didn't like Connecticut weather, and our kids lived in California. (Jim, our son, owns a San Francisco brew pub and Stephanie, our daughter, is an emergency veterinarian). So, we went through the trauma of selling our "stuff" and are enjoying seeing new sights, meeting some great people and learning to let things go instead of taking everything seriously.
Technical anything. Wi-fi, plumbing, wiring, mechanics, Mac computer stuff.
One elderly, elderly Schnoodle.
South and Western U.S.
Chicopee, MA (him) and Southern NJ (her)
1999 Born Free class C with lots of updates......solar, backup camera, inverter for interior outlets, new radio.
These are the first Boondockers we have had the pleasure to have. They are a wonderful couple and we were very happy to have them. What short time we had with them, we very much enjoyed. We only wished we could have had the time to get to know them better. Perhaps after we purchase a home in Nashville, they can come stay with us again. Wishing them well on their journey and all the happiness in the world. Thanks for stopping by guys! :)
At THE GROVE we have hosted about 17 guest....but this time we were privileged to introduce Boondockerswelcome to brand new members. Stan and Janet were no exception to the great guest that we have had. Interesting, fun, considerate, appreciative are just a few words that describe our new friends. Our hosting experience has been gratifying because of people like "Tanksalot".