About Us...

I started camping back in the Marine Corps in the 80s (We didn’t call it camping then) and have continued since. First just like everyone else I camped in a tent, then progressed to a T@B trailer.
A T@B trailer is an ultralight teardrop trailer (about 15 ft long) with only a table and a bed. No bathroom, with the kitchen outside in the “clamshell” version we had, with one propane burner and a small sink with a five gallon water tank.  After a trip to Yellowstone one April when there was still snow on the ground, we decided to upgrade. That’s when we found the Weekender by Skyline.  At 30 ft, it fits us comfortably for weeks at a time, traveling to National Parks and other special places.

Having worked in a tech career for the last 20 years, I am now tired of the rat race and ready to get on the road full time. What sounds good to me now is a little workamping and some relaxing in the boondocks somewhere. I expect I will fit right into the fulltiming lifestyle easily. I do have some worries, but I’m sure the next eight years will sooth those. email me here

I had never done any camping as an adult before I met Bill, but I have grown to love it.  I’m never happier than when I’m on a road trip with my honeys, so why not turn life into a permanent road trip?

Stella is a cute little terrier mutt (she doesn’t take kindly to that statement). She was born December of 2009 and was adopted by Cait and me in the spring of 2010. She has a great life and loves camping, hiking and almost anything we can do together. She can’t wait to go full time.

Stella From 2013