Social Hour Friday, February 9th @ 3pm

Are you still traveling? Do you ever get tired of driving and need to stop before you reach your destination? Are you tired of staying in expensive KOAs and other campgrounds? Is your rig, car, van, etc., prepared to go without hook-ups for a night or a few days? Yes? Then, this program is for you!

We know you can park in a Walmart parking lot, but do you feel safe there? Did you know there are over 3,000 privately owned safe places to boondock, whose members can stay for free at a private residence, rest, and share experiences with the property owner?

Our speakers on Friday will be Janice and Dick Burke, who have a Boondock space where Richard Hicketheir stayed recently. Come and hear details about a wonderful program for

–Sharon Elliott

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One Response to Social Hour Friday, February 9th @ 3pm

  1. Richard John Hickethier says:

    Hi Sharon,
    Thanks for the nice article about Boondockers Welcome.

    Many of the Hosts offer electric hookups and some offer water. I’ve even seen a few that offer a sewer hookup or dump station.

    And if you have a second smaller rig to use for a quick get-away, you can visit one of the local hosts, there’s even one in Depot Bay for a quick coastal trip.

    Please come to the social on Friday and meet Janice & Dick. Janice is a great speaker and an even better Boondockers Welcome Host in Glide. We have stayed with them 3 times for a total of about 2 weeks.

    Hope to see you there.

    Oh, and don’t forget the Super Bowl this Sunday, 3:00 for the Pre-Game show. Kick-off at 3:30. BYOB & Snacks

    And of course, Movie Night Friday, 5:00 for Free Popcorn & Cartoons, and Sleepless In Seattle at 5:30.

    Questions? Call Richard at 505-718-6655 Thanks!

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