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Age: 55-65

Member since May 2012

Jack of many trades

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During my 61 year life span, I can actually state that I have had three distinct work careers, the first being that since I joined the Navy in 1969 I have learned electronics and electricity and continued working and more education in that field well up until the 80's, then, with the help of a friend I did a 100% career change...I went into contruction, both Industrial and Home Improvement and there I stayed until physical disabilities slowed me down to the point where I was not as competitive any longer. Around 2003 I decided that construction was a young mans business, sold my business and bowed out. All this time, from before the military service, up to this day, I have maintained a love for my third career.....Photography! Some of my photographs have been seen around the world, published in magazines, throughout the internet, in calanders and postcards, just to name a few. My photography is one of the determining factors to go into full-time RV'ing. I get to travel, meet people, see (and photograph) places that I would not have be able to see at 20,000 feet.

Skills & Expertise to Share

As I have stated above, all skills I have learned during my lifetime can be a benefit to all that I meet...from construction, to electronics...and even my photography

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Being new to RVing in general, I would have to wait to add anything to this area

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nyphotog's Rig

My RV is an older 26 foot 1986 Yellowstone Country Club Class C, of which I had purchased in a non-working condition and after a good amount of time, it is now 100% mechanically working with many changes both inside and out. As I write this, it is undergoing it's most drastic is getting outfitted with solar panels and a battery bank, all of which I have constructed myself