Posts tagged Boondocking
Ask The Right Questions: How To Choose An RV To Live In Full-Time

Choosing an RV to become your full-time home is a very personal decision and process. But if you’re reading this, you’re probably like us - eager to live outside the norms of stationary society, and even of the traditional RV community. My goal with this post is to help get you get started with some key questions about road life and lead you to ask yourself specific, tailored questions.

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Viridian Range: Handmade Jewelry Found & Forged On the Road

I’ve been wanting to make my own jewelry for a while, but this particular style – patinaing salvaged bullet casings all started with boondocking.

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Living On The Road With Dogs: FAQ

A lot of questions come up when people find out we live on the road in 200 sq. ft. with two dogs. Below are answers to some of those questions.

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The Kindness Of A Postman In Los Alamos

We had it all planned out – 4 weeks in Santa Fe National Forest. A month of mountain biking, climbing, and hiking. Boondocking spots that we could move between when the 14-day limit came up were picked out. We had packages mailed to town and plans for Jerud to fly out of one of the nearby airports.

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Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

Let’s just say you won’t ever accidentally arrive at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. This monument is located at the very end of hwy 15, a long and twisty two-lane paved road. Surrounded by what is now Gila National Forest, the Mogollon people lived in these cave dwellings from late 1200’s until the early 1300's.

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Visiting Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area For The Trails

Often times, the way I choose places to go next is by looking at a map and finding all the green public lands around us. That’s how we arrived at Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area. The sites I read online said it has around 93 miles of trails for hiking and riding (and horse riding).

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8 Ways To Find Free Boondock Sites

In the last post, I talked about a variety of things related to boondocking: what is boondocking, why we boondock, how RVers boondock, etc. I also briefly talked about how we find boondock sites, but I want to go into more detail in this post.

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The Unexpected: Stewart, BC & Hyder, Alaska

There’ve been a few places, since living in the Toaster, that have totally caught us off-guard. It’s the kind of unexpectedness where a breath gets caught on its way in.

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Tombstone Mountain Campground & A Rare Boondocking Site, Yukon

There's only one campground in Tombstone Territorial Park and by luck we found a pretty nice boondocking site about 12 miles from the campground.

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