We love to camp in our RV and through the years have gone from tenting to pop-ups to trailers and now own a small motorhome. We enjoy a vagabond type of journey these days, pointing ourselves in a general direction and seeing what the world offers around the next corner. When home, we are active gardeners and carpenters, and active volunteers in our community and church family. We love meeting new folks and sharing experiences.
We have many "jack of all trades" skills from mechanics to carpentry, plumbing and general household nice-things-to-know. We're pretty self sufficient and hope to remain that way for many years to come.
We are just beginning to explore boondocking though we have used Cabela's, Camping World and truck stops with RV spots with success.
We bought a 2016 25-foot Class C recently in order to accommodate our "back road" type of travel and to allow easy access and parking in out of the way places. We've taken our little guy on highways, byways, local and back roads and even dirt logging roads with total success. It has allowed us to be more spontaneous in our travels. It has a 30" slideout.
This was our first try using Boondockers Welcome. It was our first time boondocking in a driveway. We loved it! Our hosts were incredible! First, they have a beautiful home in a fantastic location. Second, our hosts are experienced RVers, and we learned so much from them. Third, their gracious hospitality and friendly-nature made us and our old black lab feel right at home. We will travel that way or out of our way just to visit them again!
Such wonderful hosts, helped me back...I joined them for dinner, great conversation. Nice quiet area
Thank you so much
Wow, KaRonC are one of the most lovely couples I ever met. Very caring and extremely welcoming, willing to share there multitude of knowledge....I left their home a better person and I think we will be long life friends. Can't wait to see them again.
I will say I just pulled in, while pulling up I was met the gates were being opened. The backing in wasn't bad and with the host spotting it was a piece a cake. I wasn't but parked and I'm being hooked up to power. I will say the Boondockers host I have encountered is a <emoji> percent better then any campsite. Thanks for everything already. If you need a comfortable spot for a layover don't hesitate to contact these folks. I will be stopping again.
I stayed with these folks in June of 2017 for an overnight while enroute to Linville Falls in western North Carolina.I appreciated how they welcomed me and allowed Lizzie and I to stay the night at their place. I will say that anyone wishing to accept their hospitality be quite comfortable in maneuvering their rig into tight quarters.If you are, then definitely give these folks a shout if you find yourself traveling that way!