Many RVers advocate driving no more than a set distance or getting to camp by a set time on days they travel, like 200 miles or 2PM. I wholeheartedly agree that RVers should set limits on how much they drive each day to keep the experience enjoyable, but what do you do when you prefer […]
A few weeks back I shared why I feel boondocking is more memorable than staying in RV parks. While you never know exactly what you will find in the boondocks, pleasant surprises seem to come with the territory. The following are a few surprises my wife and I recently experienced in our western travels. Pulling […]
In the last installment my wife and I headed to an RV park in Pahrump, Nevada after a couple weeks of camping in the boondocks to recharge. Our batteries were having issues and required a full nights charge via shore power in order to properly diagnose the problem. The park was rated 10/10/10 by Good […]
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