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65 years old
Mesa, Arizona
United States

Brick & mortar - staging area for the rolling home

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RV INFO: Class C Motorhome
ROAD STATUS: Long Weekends
MEMBER SINCE: 01/29/2013
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Gypsy blood! - "no really". I've been an avid outdoor lover RVing most of my life with a fulltime dream in mind from the beginning. We ended up here in AZ raising a bunch of kids. We had it all worked out in 07 and was ready to roll in 6 months with a beautiful 38' pusher and it all went to heck in a hand basket when the housing market went bust. I won't give up the dream until I'm six foot under and smiling at the roots.

The first 25 years of my life, grass never grew under my feet until I started raising a family. I decided to give them some stability that I never had. That chapter in our life is done now and it's time to do get back on track with our dream. We will find a way to make it work one way or another. My better half is a RN so she can always find something. I'm still working on what I will do once I make the big jump. I am tech savvy and computer literate but have no formal training. I do some writing and Photography but haven't quite figured out how to make it put green in my pocket as yet.

We downsized the rig to a 2011 Four Winds 27 1/2' class C with one slide. The diesel pusher was starting to show it's age and after using it for 5 years we decided we wanted something smaller. We love to boondock and found it much easier in a smaller rig. Not to mention a lot cheaper to maintain since there isn't anything I can't fix myself on this rig. I haul my KLR650 motorcycle on the back of my Grand Cherokee "toad" so we still have two other modes of transportation when parked.

Hunting, fishing, camping, exploring, traveling especially by RV. Outdoor photography, writing short stories & Poetry. My hunting is mostly done with a camera these days as I can't fit 300lbs. of meat in the RVs freezer :-)

Mogollon rim-NFS in AZ. Just pull into any existing FR open campsite and boondock away. Deadhorse in Cottonwood AZ is a very nice State park cg. If there's water or tall trees I'm a happy camper.

Wells Fargo in Tombstone- decent in a smaller rig but can really suck in a big one. Very narrow between slides in most of the pull thru-sites. I've stayed there in both and you better like your neighbor if you have any big slides.

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