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The Reflection 

It’s been over a year now since I bought my class B Van. Best decision I’ve ever made. Well, next to my family. Sure beats sleeping in the Pontiac Grand Am. 376 more words


Our Good Fortune Continued

It was mid August when Al and I were in dire need of a little down time.  With obligations behind us, we were able to meander as our hearts desired.  1,096 more words



Autumn. It’s the time to reflect, over a cup of hot tea … a Walkers shortbread … while watching the sun progress on its morning cycle. 221 more words

Office With A View

Mittry Lake and the swastika dam

Mittry Lake wildlife area is just a few minutes from where we are staying at Imperial Dam. The road in is approx. 5 miles of gravel, and can be quite rutted at times. 363 more words

Arizona 2016/17

Boondocking in Alabama Hills, California

Guest blog by Keng

The following was posted on October 22, 2016 by Keng as he and David explore and boondock in some of California’s most scenic locations. 511 more words


Little things make the struggle worthwhile. 

My job requires me to work 8 days on then 7 days off. There of course are Holidays and vacation that change the amount of time out at work. 412 more words



One dictionary defines boondocks as slang for rough backwoods or bush country. The term boondocking, also known to RV enthusiasts as dispersed camping, dry camping or coyote camping, is used to describe camping in the midst of nature without the use of commercial campgrounds and hookups.( 563 more words