29th Mar, 18
At the beginning of 2017 - our third year on the road - we experienced our very first boondocking quest in Quartzsite and Yuma, Arizona. Gone were the safety nets of park or campground security, coded gates, camp hosts, and utility hookups. No more slide-to-slide neighbors passing us the Grey Poupon. No more loud televisions and bustling cars. We were on our own.
We were on our own pilgrimage to find that perfect quiet place…
15th Mar, 18
Minooka Park Campground is located on the south side of Wilson Lake in the wide open spaces of central Kansas. Named for the Otoe Indian word meaning "Good Earth," this park offers many campsites with scenic lake views and excellent shoreline access. We walked throughout the whole spacious campground and were treated to a fabulous sunset over the water on the west side.
13th Mar, 18
Since we've been doing this boondocking thing for over a year now, we've become better stewards of the natural surroundings, land, properties where we boondock. We try to remember that our journey and destinations aren't just about us. In doing that, we've watched and learned from others good stewardship as well as bad. So we've created this self-help guide that we follow that we think will help others who are thinking about…
8th Mar, 18
You think about it during storms...you hope it doesn't happen...but sometimes it does.
Now what? First, you make sure everyone is safe. Then you start to think about how to manage through it. Forget those headaches! The Storm 700 by Schumacher will power critical items during a power outage, keep you safe and out the dark.
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