This was our first “practice-run trip” before heading out full-time. In this video, our travel trailer fell off the tongue jack blocks! It was a learning experience for sure, but we made it through and enjoyed our trip!
This was our second RV practice run trip to Trap Pond State Park Campground in Laurel, DE. It was beautiful and we highly recommend if your visiting southern DE!
We stayed in early March, 2021 for one night and it was a great overnight stay! Keith, the owner, made us feel very welcomed and the restaurant was awesome!
We survived our first week of full-time RVing and learned a lot! So many emotions when we left Dover, DE on Feb. 21, 2021! We travelled through the Chesapeake Bay Tunnel and Bridge, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida! We stayed mostly at boondock sites through Boondockers Welcome, and are really enjoying it!
The 1-UP USA 2″ Super Duty Double Bike Rack with Add-On has exceeded our expectations! We’ve travelled over 2,600 miles so far, over every kind of terrain, and it’s still in great shape! We use this rack on the back of our Outdoors RV travel trailer and our Ford F-250.
After pulling into our Boondockers Welcome Site in Tucson and beginning to unhitch, we noticed one of our bolts on the weight distribution hitch had sheared off!
Join us as we fulltime travel and explore Hernando, FL and up to Defuniak Springs, FL. We really enjoyed staying at Boondockers Welcome sites along our way.
We visited 4 places in the desert southwest of New Mexico. Carlsbad Caverns, Cloudcroft, White Sand National Park, and City of Rocks State Park and Campground.
Our review of The Candy Cane Corral Boondockers Welcome Site in New Boston, TX. It was one of our favorite hosts! They set the bar high for all other Boondockers Welcome hosts.
The Grand Canyon views are amazing and the best way to see them is by biking the South Rim! We boondocked for free nearby in Valle, AZ and were able to visit the park and dump and fill our RV tanks easily.
We tried our hand at boondocking on BLM land in Sedona, AZ! No hookups! Just the four of us and our bearded dragon, Max! Did we survive? Watch and find out!
We boondock full-time and are sharing how we do it! What type of RV do you need? How do you find boondocking sites? Cell and internet services while boondocking. What should you do when you get to your boondocking site? We cover all this in our video!
This is our preferred method of camping! Where to find potable water and RV dump stations? How to conserve water and power for RV? Boondocking etiquette. How to upgrade RV power systems? Does social media affect how boondocking looks?
It may not be the easiest route in life, but it does have many advantages. There’s a very important life lesson to be learned living full time in an RV. Most importantly, it’s to slow down. Next, get out and see what this country has to offer, live debt free, and enjoy each other and the land!
This was our first time boondocking on BLM land populated with cows! We were fortunate enough to meet a real cowboy who educated us about the history of BLM (Bureau of Land Management) land. He also explains why cows are so good for the public lands.
The views are worth the price of admission! We boondocked nearby on BLM land while in Durango to fulfill a bucket list experience! Riding the historic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway!
Boondocking off the beaten path in Utah offered three great hikes and a very cool town. We spent the majority of our time boondocking at McCoy Flats near Vernal, Utah, which offered a great home base for Dinosaur National Monument as well as Red Fleet State Park.
Boondocking in Colorado proved more difficult than other RV friendly states. But we discovered the joys of new friends and boondocking on private recreational land. We spent the majority of our time boondocking on The Mad Nomad’s land in southeast Colorado. We also cultivated a new friendship.
We Took Too Much Stuff In Our RV! We’re back at our Delaware homebase to shed things we didn’t need and grab the things we forgot. Follow along with us as we review what we thought we needed and what we wished we had taken. We also used this time to do some maintenance on our RV and take care of routine doctor and dental apts. In this video, we also prepare for our next adventure in Maine!