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Boondocking at the City of Rocks

Well we finally did it! We bought a generator and tried boondocking for the first time. Boondocking or dry camping is camping with no hookups, meaning no electricity, no water and no sewer. 641 more words

Fun And Interesting Places

New friends in many places. 

With all of the traveling I do and all the trouble I deal with finding places to park. I decided to try out a website I have been watching for the last three months called… 345 more words


LRGV: a Reprise

We had a good time in the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV), where we spent 4 days. There is no dispersed or public camping in the prime area so we stayed in an RV resort for 4 nights, which cost more than the studio apartment we rented when we were in the LRGV in December. 722 more words

Natural History

Weekend mornings

Back in the 90s I worked in eastern Washington State.  The area I really enjoyed camping was in Idaho near Princeton and Harvard.  On a Friday mid-afternoon I would take off work early and drive to a boondocking campsite I had found in the… 118 more words


The Struggle Can Be Real

When a person decides to live in a vehicle life can be turned upside down in an instant. There are so many things that can derail the sweet harmonic balance that life has when it’s simple. 893 more words


More Arizona Love

After leaving Yuma Jeff and I headed to Quartzsite Arizona for the big RV, Rock and Gem show held every January.

Quartzsite is a sleepy little town that explodes in population in the month of January as RV’ers from all over North American swallows it up. 1,390 more words

Full Time RV

Wildflowers ready to explode in the Southwestern Deserts

If you are a snowbird, this March is too early to leave the desert. The annual wildflowers don’t begin to bloom until early March, the cacti not until April. 487 more words