My wife and I are mostly retired (in our early 70s). I was, and still am on a volunteer basis, a Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona. My wife was a school teacher for a number of years. We have lived in Tucson, AZ off and on for over 30 years. We love to travel by Motor Home to various parts of the US, especially national parks. We have two sons and three grand children. We have traveled extensively outside of the US including many countries in Europe and the far east. Our current travel goal is to visit all of the National Parks in the US accessible by motor home. We love the outdoors and I am an avid hiker and biker. We are Christian and attend church on a regular basis. We love to met new people and look forward to welcoming fellow RVers to our home.
Have experience with Motor Homes, some computer skills, hiking and biking skills, good knowlege of local area, and many more.
No pets currently, but have had dogs in the past and welcome them to our property
National Parks and other public lands. Have not boondocked at any private residences but looking forward to doing so
2015 Winnebago Vista 30T with three slides. It is nearly 31 feet long and we park it where visitors will park their rig.
Wonderful stay. I arrived late but was able to visit with my wonderful host the next day. Beautiful setting in the desert. Great views of the mountains too. A sense of isolation for the suburbs.
Great location. Fantastic hosts. Very gracious. Our second visit and we will hopefully return again next year. Lots of hiking and cycling in the area.
Close to lots of hiking, biking and amenities. Gary and Diane were super generous hosts allowing us to stay and extra night and come back again in a couple of weeks. Enjoyed a nice evening talking about previous trips and hiking areas. Lovely location. Super People.
Gary welcomed us and made sure we had what we needed in his quiet backyard. Close to Tucson’s attractions, but away from the traffic. Stayng an extra night.
Stayed here for 3 nights. Visit town and the amazing Mount Lemmon. What a nice boondockers and so helpfull and friendly. Had nice talkings and drink a good glass of wine together. Hope to visit them again when we traveling next year again thrue the USA
Gary and Diane were excellent hosts. The property is easy to find, and they gave good instructions on how to access the site. The parking area in the rear of the property is a super boondocking place, open to the sky and plenty of open space. There is great walking for canine companions; do not miss the wash to the east where you can walk you dog off leash for miles if you desire. We shared a wonderful evening with them talking about our past trips.