I was a project manager in the Silicon Valley until we felt God calling us into full-time missions. We gave up our "high life" and have lived in South Africa and now in Montana. I have been traveling much of the world helping people in great need and poverty, but my wife has MS and is not able to travel with me.
My wife and I have been married since '89 and have three children (all of which have left home for school and marriage). We recently received an inheritance, which I have put toward an RV and have refocused my work in North America so my wife can join me and not be left behind. We will typically be staying at YWAM locations that have full hook-ups, but in route or near location that don't have any facilities, it would be nice to have a place that doesn't bleed us. We are in full-time missions and supported by many individuals that believe in and love what we do.
I currently develop special technologies for food growing, clean water, and pioneering new projects in poor nations around the world.
I teach and develop on food growing technologies, clean water systems, and special projects for poor people in 3rd world locations. I was a project manager in DotCom and Biotech before giving up that life style for good. Still program with computers and develop networking and other IT related projects.
We are fairly new to RV living. So we have been Walmart shoppers. Not the best. That's why we are want to be a part of this community.
Kalispell is the gateway to Glacier National Park. Quiet and small. Great hometown values that we enjoyed raising our kids in. They all left to Bozeman, MT to go to MSU.
40' Monaco Diplomat with slide-outs on both side. 50/30amp, full water, gray/black. 7k quiet Onan diesel gen. Have our own internet. Pulling an older Jeep Cherokee with a dolly.