Here are some random snippets on boondocking. Or perhaps you prefer to call it dry camping.
As we have traveled along, we have used traditional campgrounds, membership parks, state and national parks, quick overnight stops and boondocking. It is fun and interesting to dry camp, especially out west, without connections.
Our coach is equipped with a generator and fresh water and holding tanks that enable us to dry camp for at least a week.
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A few thoughts on boondocking:
We bought a couple solar panels for two purposes.
A popular boondocking spot is Quartzsite, Arizona.
And our favorite for a quick overnight is Wal-Mart. Be sure the specific Wal-Mart allows overnight parking, spend a few bucks in the store and be discreet and courteous.
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