Blog Posts - Boondocking



RV Boondocking – Tips for Living Off the Grid

Boondocking and living off the grid in an RV is a blast and we've been at it full-time since 2007. Here's how we do it. Continue reading → * * * * * * * * This is a new post from Roads Less Traveled...
by Roads Less Traveled on Jan 26, 2015

Boondocking (“free camping”) – How to find free RV campsites

RV boondocking is free, fun, and easy to do. Here are tips for how we find free campsites. Continue reading → * * * * * * * * This is a new post from Roads Less Traveled...
by Roads Less Traveled on Jan 10, 2015

RV Heater – How to Install a Vent-Free Propane Heater in Your RV

Installing a vent-free propane heater in your RV is an easy, inexpensive and fantastic DIY upgrade, especially if you boondock a lot! Continue reading → * * * * * * * * This is a new post from Roads Less Traveled...
by Roads Less Traveled on Oct 11, 2014

A Guide to Blacktop Boondocking

Many Rvers nowadays prefer to boondock as their method of camping. Basically, it’s camping with no hookups and only your vehicle to provide your needs. One of the most popular type of boondocking nowadays is the Blacktop Boondocking. This type...
by vacation and travel on Nov 1, 2011

Star Party 2011

Time Lapse Photograph of Galactic Center of Milky Way Rising over Star Party wlcastleman.com The Big Bend Star Party 10/20/2011 — 10/22/2011 Big Bend Star Party (payment and questions) c/o Dave Oesper 110 Haystack Mountain Dr. Alpine, TX. 79830-336...
by Texas RV Travel blog on Oct 5, 2011

Oh, Canada!

If I didn’t know any better (and, really, I don’t), I’d think Canada was strikingly similar to Vegas. Only colder and hillier. I certainly didn’t expect so much neon and bad music, or to run into replica of Robert Wadlow, the...
by Should We Have Kids? on Oct 12, 2010

Back in the outback2: Kirkland

The trouble with photojournalism is that sometimes the pictures force the direction of the story. In this case, literally. Simply put, I can't think of a better entrance to the village of Kirkland than this curve in the road heading back to Prescott...
by Walking Prescott on Mar 9, 2010

Three gates

Gates make a statement on the land declaring what is Here (where you are) and what is There, which is beyond the entrance. There is a change of status once you pass through. For example, upon entering the gate above, you are on the trail up Thumb But...
by Walking Prescott on Jun 20, 2009


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