Finding great locations to boondock can be a challenge when you start out boondocking. This is our method of finding incredible locations around the country we want to stay at around the country. This includes finding places with cell service so that we can continue bringing you awesome videos on youtube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EVCE6LJ02I&t=11s -Allstays- is a … Continue reading Boondock Like A Pro: Finding the right location for you
Many have made divisive definitions in the past about what is and is not this type of RVer versus another. In our opinion, there is one name for all of them and how they choose to accomplish that goal, is just a personal preference. I know that statement make be a shocking revelation to some. … Continue reading Building A Mega Solar System For A 5th Wheel
We traveled with Opting Out of Normal and Pau Hana Travels to find a boondocking spot out on Lake Mead. After being in the Sedona mud for a little too long, we were searching for sun and warm weather. We planned our travel day to slide in-between two wind storms. We threaded the needle perfectly and … Continue reading Boondocking On Lake Mead, NRA
This might seem like an odd place to pick for boondocking, but it ended up being a very charming place to visit. The town of Oatman, AZ is an old mining town that was famous for Silver and the last US gold rush. Oatman is also very well known for their local burros! They are … Continue reading Boondocking in Oatman, AZ
We moved from Camp Verde to Sedona, and found a great boondocking location off forest road 525 (Pictures below). It featured breathtaking views, some not so predictable weather, and the Mud Tribe coming together to help us learn to boondock better. We called it the mud tribe because by the second day of rain, the Pullen's … Continue reading The Mud Tribe: Boondocking in Sedona
Why does someone choose to become a nomad, and how do they go about achieving it? These are the stories of several people who not only chose to become nomadic, but figured out how to break away from what society considers to be "normal" life. It's easier for some than others to achieve. Some people … Continue reading Why Do You Become A Nomad?
If you've been RVing for more than a day you've probably heard of boondocking. But in case you haven't, I won't make you Google it. Boondocking is when you're traveling and stay overnight somewhere you don't have to pay. Typical spots are Walmart, BLM land, Cabelas, Sam's Club, Cracker Barrel, etc. There are websites and … Continue reading Lot-Docking vs Boondocking