Camping with Others

The WRTR was filled with almost 1,000 women who love traveling in/living in their van/rv/bus/car/truck. I was the only person in a truck.

The gathering was held on BLM land near Bouse, AZ. Many of the women at the gathering asked that no photos were taken, so you don’t get to see the happy, weeping, laughing, startled faces of the van dwellers. The site was stunning (I will be going back there to do some more metal detecting … thanks, Mary!) and filled with huge cacti, brilliant sunrises and breathtaking sunsets.

I learned much at this gathering. First was my new toy: My Hug Light.

hug light

Two women saw me reading and gifted me with this light. It is heaven. I can walk in rough terrain at night, I can read all night, it charges up fast, it is comfortable around the neck, and it is so light weight that I have been known to accidentally wear it all day. I was not fond of the head lamp I was wearing to do the same chores. The head lamp would slide around and make my forehead itch. This Hug Light is perfect. It puts out a huge amount of light and is USB chargeable. Too kind of those women.

But that light was not the only gift … stay tuned.

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6 Responses to Camping with Others

  1. Janet K. schoeberlein says:

    We must all have a hug light. Ciao, Pickett. Carry on. Jan


  2. Mar says:

    Very cool light…AND USB chargeable!
    Now l’m intrigued about further gift….am staying tuned


  3. Cindy Rogers says:

    Wow, sounds amazing! I bet it was a blast. Thanks for info on hug light, I’m going to have to get me one! Xo Cindy


  4. Jane says:

    One truck camper out of a 1000. Amazing. So fun for you to have so many to share tips with on your way of living in nature. I’m sure you gave more than you received in information. So many people in one place !


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