Category Archives: Camp Hosting

Camp Host Love

Living in the truck and being a camp host is an ideal combo for me. I am in the San Juan National Forest, there are birds and bears and marmots and interesting campers. Because there is no electricity or cell … Continue reading

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Help for Truck Camping

I bought Lilith’s  tires from Big O in Basalt, Colorado three years ago. I was having trouble with the tires losing pressure when we drove up to Burro Bridge campground …. going from 7,000′ to 9,000′. So when I wondered … Continue reading

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Camp Hosting Difficulties

The water. Oh, the water. The camp is supposed to supply drinking water. Well, someone forgot to drain the lines when the campground was closed last fall.  For 3 days  assorted guys puttered and fussed and said that it was … Continue reading

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Waiting for Camphosting

This is the drive to Burro Bridge. The campground  will be opening on Friday. Thats when I officially start work. However I went up 6 days ago. What a thrill to be alone in such a beautiful place. I have … Continue reading

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Camp Host

Camp hosting in a truck is possible. Most camp hosts are required to have hard sided living quarters. The people hiring are so desperate for hosts in remote areas (with no electricity or cell service) that a truck is considered … Continue reading

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