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Reading about Truck Camping

Helpful Hints Surprise …. theboatgalley This site helped with food storage and solutions, with packing, and with safety concerns. And the equipment that the boaters use (coolers, stoves, storage containers, etc.) were intriguing and very different from what is offered … 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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Boondocking

“Are you camping in campgrounds?” Not until I need a hot shower. I will be boondocking. Boondocking ( a.k.a. “dry camping”) : the act of camping without any hookups. No water. No electricity. No shower. No vault toilet. You are “docking” … Continue reading

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Boondocking with a Truck Camper

There are many unexpected places to camp for free. In the western part of the USA there are thousands of places in National Forests and BLM land. In the rest of the USA it is harder to find places. Plum … Continue reading

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No Refrigeration while Boondocking

I found some great hints from “vagabonde.hubpages.com” about living in a rv without refrigeration: I stock what I need for those 14 days plus I always have a weeks worth of what I call emergency meals. These include canned stew, … Continue reading

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