We are ~ 55/60 of youth. We love travelling North America with our small campervan, in Europe (we are from Austria) also with motor/bike and tent.
We are rather experienced campers; this way of cruising the world led us through wide parts of Europe, the northernmost and southernmost regions of Africa and - first time in 2013 - also the US and Canada. Crossed the continent from Alaska to Newfieland, from Key West to San Francisco.
Elli loves to cook, and Wolfgang loves to eat. While Elli is cooking, Wolfgang looks after our rig for the next day. When on the road, we try to steer clear of huge towns, seeking more the nature than congregations of people.
In 2017 we brought our campervan to Halifax from Europe. Halifax at the end of April - Washington/DC - Chicago - Seattle - Vancouver - Anchorage - Calgary - Montreal - Newfoundland and Labrador - Nova Scotia. Some nice places in between like Yellowstone and Denali elongated the trip until the end of September 2017.
The plan for 2019: Shipping to Halifax/NS, driving southward to ~New Orleans, making the southern part of the southern states. Then Mexico and Central America, probably to Panama, then back northward and shipping back to Europe at the end of September from Baltimore.
Since we and our rig is independent from any hook-ups, we love to stay off from KOA and similar campgrounds.
Name the problem ;-)
Not yet known ;-)
A small village at the Austrian boarder to Czech Republic and Slovakia. One of the many ends of the world, thanks God.
NISSAN Frontier (Navara) with pop-up-top cabin on the back, less than 20´ (6m) long, 2 years old, no slide outs but stove (LPG) outside if weather conditions will allow ;-)
We had ElliWolfgang for two nights and what a pleasure it was!
These two travellers have amazing camping ethics and knowledge and stories of most countries you'd want to visit. It's just to bad they didn't stay a little longer as would love to hear more of their travel adventures as well as about the country they live in.
We wish them safe travels on their journey home and highly recommend them to fellow Boondocker hosts!
We enjoyed hosting Elli & Wolfgang. World travellers with stories to share of the many places they have travelled to in their home built rig.
Would love to have them come and visit again.
ElliWolfgang. They arrived late in the afternoon and I only got to see them for a few minutes. Very nice couple and they are welcome back any time. I didn't have a chance to visit with them as it was raining, and next morning I was sick and I didn't have a chance to stay goodbye. Happy Trails
This couple was very personable, but also happy to do their own thing. They were self contained and needed no hookups. They were also very nice and interesting to talk to. They are welcome here anytime!