Age: 55-65

Member since December 2016

Husband and Wife - Fulltime RV'ers traveling back and forth across the US to see our Grandchildren

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We are both retired and plan to travel back and forth across the US to see and visit our children/grandchildren. We have two children one living in WA and the other in FL. Two great distances apart! We love to travel and have camped all our lives. We love new adventures and look forward to seeing and meeting different people and cultures across the states.
We both grew up in Oklahoma and were high school sweethearts. In 1989, we move to CA as the company we worked for was cutting hours and our youngest has severe allergies. The move West was required from both aspects of our lives. After having our careers in California, we have both retired and are now Fulltime on the road.

Skills & Expertise to Share

A Professional Event and Wedding Coordinator and certified in Microsoft Office.
A great jack of all trades. Loves piddling with woodworking, can turn a wrench and anything to do with the outdoors.

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Favorite Boondocking Locations

We are just beginning this journey. We hope your place will become one of our faves :)

NoMoreSticksandBricks's Hometown

Grew up in Harrah, OK and raised our family in Corona and Lancaster, CA


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NoMoreSticksandBricks's Guest Details

NoMoreSticksandBricks's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

32 feet long

02 Fleetwood Bounder. Class A. 2 slide outs. Decals removed and exterior repainted as well as Interior gutted and completely redone in 2016. We are pretty proud as we did 90% of the work ourselves.

NoMoreSticksandBricks's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Has slideouts
  • Needs to run a generator

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April 2018

Great Boondockers!

They were here for a couple of days before our schedules allowed us to finally meet. A very nice couple and super quiet. If I didn't see the fifth wheel parked in the yard you would never have known they were here. Glad we finally got to meet them the day they were leaving.