I have enjoyed my time staying at Camille’s crash pad home. It Is a comfortable home in a really nice neighbourhood and is convenient to the Blue Line-O’Hare. Camille makes us feel like family, inviting us to join her and her brother for the occasional meal or drink. She will also give me a ‘taxi’ ride to the train station when I haven’t wanted to walk. I couldn’t have asked for a better place to live while I was based at ORD. Highly recommend!
We are happy that you got your transfer "home" always remember your ORD family here and visit often. hugs and love
Camille and Buddy have been beyond helpful and hospitable! They love to cook for their girls and will give you a lift to the Blue Line, which is a short walking distance away, but greatly appreciated when you have luggage in tow. Being a new Flight Attendant and moving from country living, to the city, hasn't been easy for me. They have made my transition much easier and very enjoyable. They are truly a hoot to be around. Thanks for being here for me and making my home away from home experience the best! Love, V.
Val hoping that you can visit soon, we speak about you and Dean often and miss you...
My first crash 'house'! Camille really makes you feel welcome. I share a room with one other gal. We have the run of the house, but what I like are rules that allow everyone to co-exist with the overriding idea of respecting privacy and sleep/rest, as we are all on different schedules. rnWe are invited to join in on backyard bbq's and it's an easy walk to a grocery and the neighborhood is lovely and safe.rnI can take a Lyft rideshare, walk or get a ride to/from the Harlem stop from Camille.rnI'm on reserve, and it's been great to have a nice and comfortable home to reside in when I'm on my reserve days.rn
Captain Jo, You have been a bright light here and we will not forget you and we accept your kind invitation to visit in Georgia