Many RVers have become so accustomed to hooking up to shore power (120-volt electrical service) that they are in somewhat of a quandary of what they should do when they find themselves without it for a night. Rather than spending hundreds or thousands of dollars for a generator or solar panel system, here are seven […]
Are you a dry camping newbie? If so, these two RV boondocking basics will make your next off-grid adventure easier and more enjoyable.
In a previous entry, I shared 8 Likely Places to Find Fresh Water for Dry Camping. Number one on the list was Fuel Stations where I stated, “… they will typically have a fresh water spigot available. But, if one is not readily available, just ask. As a result, we find that most attendants will […]
New Years is a time to reflect back upon the year that has passed and a time to anticipate what the coming year holds. I have been writing this blog for over ten years and as I reflect on the hundreds of thousands that have read my blog entries over those years, I really have […]
Looking to buy a gift for a seasoned RVer? The problem with buying a gift for someone that RVs full-time or has been on the road for years is they either already own it or don’t have room for it in the RV. Therefore, consider gifts that are small and/or consumable. Let’s take a look […]
RV snowbirds and other campers have easier way to buy BLM boondocking permits online with new YourPassNow.com website.
A couple of entries ago we visited Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains. In this installment, we will look at many more points of interest an adventurous RVer will want to visit while in the vicinity of the Medicine Wheel. First off are two nearby waterfalls of considerable size. The first you […]
Whether you are camping in a National Park or glamping at your favorite motorcoach resort, the words “no internet” can be as scary as an empty fresh water tank or dead batteries. Even in places with the oft-used but less often implemented “free Wi-Fi”, sometimes the internet can be so slow that consulting your favorite […]
In the last installment, we looked at dispersed camping (aka boondocking) in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains. Not only is the area very scenic and a respite from the summer heat of the lowlands that surround the range, but it has many areas to keep an adventurous RVer out and about exploring too. In this post, we […]
My wife and I had the privilege of RVing through Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains this summer. There are lots of scenic places to explore and the high elevation makes for comfortable weather when it is broiling hot at lower elevations. Prior to arriving, I had researched several large areas where boondocking is allowed and looked […]
Those of you that follow this blog on a regular basis know that I am all about free camping and boondocking. I have encountered many RVers that feel free camping and boondocking opportunities are only available in the western United States where there is an abundance of federal public land. While I agree that the […]