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My make shift cot.


We like to sleep outside sometimes. This is a makeshift cot I put together, Tiger Loves it.


Adapt and overcome!

So this is how we endure the summer heat in Arizona. We are camping next to the Colorado river this summer.

It’s our way to prepare for our upcoming drive to Panama. 8 more words


Ketchum, Idaho

Five weeks ago we arrived to Ketchum not knowing what to expect.  Today, with 825 miles to cover ahead of a July 4th family commitment, with mixed emotions we decided to move on.  200 more words


Crazy Kansas weather!

Last night was rather scary.

Around midnight we were set up in a Wamart parking lot and the lightning and thunder were serious.  I checked the radar to find a storm bearing down on us with 70mph winds and 1.5 inch hail. 114 more words


1'st post

1’st post, can’t wait to see what it looks like.

She is a little upset. It’s like 110 F and we have not gone swimming yet.


Use Battery electricity when boondocking as if it was finite (because it is)

Your 12-volt electrical system is sufficient for satisfying your power needs for a couple days of boondocking provided you can get along without 120-volt AC current. 548 more words


Challenges of Boondocking

When you read about boondocking you’ll frequently hear how wonderful life is living free on the road.  Well, I am here to tell you not every day is peaches-n-cream.   605 more words

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