Category Archives: Boondocking

Although Jase and I are paying for an RV Resort in Yuma for the winter (super fancy, hot tub, pool, bar, restaurant, shuffleboard..you get the point) we much prefer camping in the middle of nowhere and living off the sun.  Since work has been slow, we decided to follow some fellow RV friends from our […]

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Happy New Year!  Jase and I spent a week with a huge group of other (mostly) full-time nomads in the southern desert of California over the new year’s holiday.  We parked ourselves right outside Anza Borrego State Park and near the town of Borrego Springs.  We spent every night around a campfire, enjoyed beer tastings […]

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Only a half-hour drive from the desert of Alamogordo is a completely different world within the Sacramento Mountains.  We spent a few nights boondocking in the Lincoln National Forest near Cloudcroft.  This was our first experience (finally!)  boondocking in the mountains.  We pulled off on a forest road mentioned by another RVer and found our […]

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One of our goals when we took off on this adventure was to ‘boondock’ as much as possible.  For those of you unfamiliar with that term (as I was just a few short months ago) it’s basically camping on public land, in the middle of nowhere, wherever you can find a place/access a place to […]

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