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KarenInTheWoods

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Female
61 years old
Hometown:
Oconto, Wisconsin
United States

Currently:
on the Oconto River in the Northwoods of Wisconsin

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RV INFO: Class A Motorhome
ROAD STATUS: Long Weekends
HAPPY PLACE: Midwest
PILOT/CO-PILOT: Navigator
EMPLOYMENT: Entrepeneur
MEMBER SINCE: 12/01/2008
LAST LOGIN: 05/02/2009 16:58:46

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Dec 02 2008, 2:06 am by KarenInTheWoods
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Dec 02 2008, 12:39 am by KarenInTheWoods
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Life is an adveture, and wherever we go or whatever we do, we find a way to enjoy it.

Not on the road, but back in 1992 I met John Denver at a swimming pool in Atlanta. Does that count?

Otherwise we meet many fine folks no matter where we go.

I have a bunch of fun folks I know of that camp each winter at The Slabs near Niland CA.

AIRCARD! wheeee my Sprint aircard keeps me connected for busienss and family when we are wayyyy out in the boonies. Sometimes we don't even get a cell phone signal, but the aircard usually finds something. Just bought a new Dell 15 Studio laptop with all the bells and whistles too.

(Camping/Family Photos) http://picasaweb.google.com/pfundt/

(Weaving Photos)
http://picasaweb.google.com/KarenInTheWoods1

(All About Me)
http://kareninthewoods.com

(Handwoven E-Stores)
http://kareninthewoods.etsy.com/

and http://www.designstyleguide.net/sellerPortfolio.php?mi=170








Ahhhh I am a Fiber Artist, and we live in a log cabin tucked away on the banks of a river in the woods. In four short years we will be retiring and selling the sticks N bricks and hitting the road! Our kids are grown and we have two fur-balls to keep us occupied.

We own a 1996 38ft Safari Serengeti diesel pusher with a Honda Helix scooter up on the back rack. It only has about 40,000 miles on it, so we plan to put on a LOT more!

Ohhhh boy.....

CAMPING of course... rustic boondocking out of the way camping in the woods, as long as our motorhome will fit, we will go there.

Fiber things like weaving, spinning, knitting etc. I sell on line at www.kareninthewoods.etsy.com so I am able to sell things I make from wherever I am.

Coolest would be the out of the way places we know of in the U.P. of Michigan. Many are national forest parks that are quiet rustic and remote. No hookups for us, that is why we bought a self-contained rig, right?

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12/02/2008 03:49:33

Hi Karen - welcome to the site! Great profile!!

--kev



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