Category Archives: Truck Camping Choices

Another Truck Camper

The fella who owns this beautiful, functional truck, and travels full time in it, was  employed in construction. When he retired he went to work on his truck, then took off for the woods and mountains. He cut a hole … Continue reading

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Where Do I Stay Truck Camping?

Boondocking:  Camping on federal property for free. No facilities, no water, few neighbors. BLM land or National Forest Service have the most area.  I can usually stay in one spot for two weeks.  Here are some examples: National Forest Campgrounds: They … Continue reading

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Weather and Truck Camping

There are truck campers who go skiing for the season in their truck. Skiing all day, lots of warm food in warm restaurants, and a serious sleeping bag. There are people who live in their truck camper in the swamps in 90/90 weather (90 … Continue reading

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Insurance for Truck Camping

Why Have Insurance? It is against the law to drive without insurance. It is expensive to be involved in an accident. Saving the money instead of paying the insurance premiums wouldn’t accumulate enough money to pay for a day in the hospital.  Some inattentive … Continue reading

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Thinking about Fishing while Truck Camping.

Costs for fishing: the gear and the license. Minimalist gear: Some line, a stick, a weight, a hook and a float.  I  toss the stick when I move on and store the line and gear in a can.  I have an old mesh bag … Continue reading

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