The name says it all really, we’re a couple of sun ramblers.
Whether we are living at home, or travelling around our native province of Manitoba, in Canada, or on the road visiting one of our favourite spots in the Southwest United States, we like to have lots of sun (and warmth) in our daily weather forecast.
While Covid-19 affects us all, winter travel to the warmest spots of British Columbia is also on our travel agenda.
We can direct you to our favourite Manitoba camping spots, and tell you of great places to see, great spots to eat, and more about our home province.
We now have, as of 2015, a new to us 1997 36 foot Foretravel class A diesel motorcoach, with a generator & lots of solar. Can you say boondock? Here we are at Saddle Mountain, in Arizona in 2017.
I am sure these folks are great, I wouldn’t know they arrived after sunset and were gone before breakfast. I hope their critical review doesn’t scare off everyone. 😳
The lessons I learned from our first guest?
1. Be careful when you click the boxes! We don’t have power available. So I edited the listing.
2. Some big rig owners need perfectly smooth access. If you’re nervous about driving through a few dips our place isn’t for you.
3. Not everyone has the same definition of boondocking as I do. My definition: the ability to camp without assistance from anyone.
Quiet, friendly guests heading home?! Interesting visits that we hope to expand upon in the future post covid guidelines.
Welcome back anytime.
With covid in the picture we have been unable to get a proper visit in. Sun ramblers are easy to host and respectful of our property. Would be happy to host them again in the future.
Covid has made things tough for everyone so our socializing was short and outside but very enjoyable.
Sunramblers had vehicle problems but were very good at keeping us informed of their progress and schedule.
They are definitely welcome to stop anytime they come through our area.
Sometimes friends can be made with short visits and we hope to meet up during each others southern travels.
Sunramblers were the first winter guests we have ever hosted. The times were also unusual in that we had to respect distance, couldn't visit with each other due to Covid, We did send messages back and forth through email which seemed to work ok. Sunramblers were very respectful of the perimeters we all needed to follow. We would have them come again if they should be passing through this way again. Would enjoy sitting, having a good visit and get to know them better.
We thank you very much for the quiet and nice stay at your place! We enjoyed our conversation and we did a Trail in spruce Woods p.p. you recommended , it was fantastic! Maybe we will see you in Arizona :-)
We stayed 2 nights at Sunramblers place. Our host came to great us the first night and we had a good conversation about his area and the things to see. He is quite knowledgeable about the history of his region. The space provided was just right for our rig. The amenities were as expected. I do not hesitate to recommend this host to other boondockers. Thank you Sunrambler.
We liked this place for visiting Winnipeg. Jack gave us good advices about bus 47 and interesting things in Winnipeg. We are glad that they allowed us to stay a night more. Thanks for the water and a great stay, we enjoyed it.
Although our host, Sunramblers, was not there he left out the electrical cord for us and gave us WiFi information. Very considerate.
We stayed at Sunramblers' home last night. Lovely couple. We enjoyed sharing travel stories with them. Very welcoming, would stay again.
A big thank you to Sunramblers for his great hospitality. He has great knowledge of history and sites in Winnipeg and Manitoba that he shared with us, and even took us on a personal tour of the downtown sites which really made our day.