Hunter was a wonderful host! He responded to me quickly when I texted him that I was coming in my first night. I got in around 7 pm my first night. I met Sara upon arrival; she was helpful at showing me where to park and gave me a quick tour of the area. She offered me water - but I had brought my own.
The next day I met Hunter (rather uncomfortably.... I walked in on him using the outhouse). The only thing I would recommend is some kind of latch on the inside of the (latrine) door so no one walks in on someone early in the morning! We laughed about it when he met me that evening and introduced himself. He was very cordial, welcoming, and kind. He walked and talked me through the property and his gardens. He is very knowledgeable about homesteading, beekeeping, and growing local foods. And he introduced me to his dogs, Camas and Earl. Both were very sweet and friendly. They got along great with the other visitors, their dogs, and myself. Earl even walked with my on my hike to the ridge to watch the sunset. (Neither dog was ever aggressive during my visit - toward myself, other visitors, or their dogs.)
His listing was very accurate. The additional instructions to get to his property were extremely helpful. Be sure to read them! My GPS had trouble finding the place until I put "Bonner" in as the city - instead of "Potomac".
My campsite was well groomed and even. There was even a table and chairs available for me to use at the site! Water was offered. Heads up, there is no fire ring for a campfire. I had no problem as I brought my tabletop mini-stove to cook with. There was a lot of space to roam without seeing the other visitors to the property; and the neighbors aren't even in sight! It was very quiet and peaceful at night.
The location was about a 40 min drive into Missoula. It was a nice escape from the city. I will definitely stay there again in the future!