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Monday, October 14, 2019
Boondocking

RVers must take responsibility for their own safety

By Bob Difley One of the many joys associated with boondocking is finding those pristine, backwoods campsites or forest service campgrounds that have a minimal...

Awning in danger of high winds? Milk to the rescue!

By Bob Difley Blasting winds can come up unexpectedly and blow with strong gusts, then fade away. Trouble is, they can leave a trail of...
Boondocking

Try this Oregon Coast nesty forest service campground

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We will be traveling down the coast of Oregon this summer and though I...
Boondocking

Is it boondocking, dry-camping or blacktop boondocking?

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi, Bob, I'm confused. I've heard the terms boondocking, dry-camping, blacktop boondocking, and others. Do they all...

Cleaning up looks good and feels good

By Greg Illes We've all rolled into a campsite and found trash lying around. Cans and bottles and candy wrappers are the usual offenses, but...

Keep some essentials — and more — in your toad

By Greg Illes Statistics tell us that 80 percent of the motorhome population tows a car behind their rig. Add to this the number of...

Repeal of Fish & Wildlife rule bad for wildlife

  For many of us RVers, wildlife watching rates at or near the top of the list of why we chose to become RVers, and...
Boondocking

Busy summer weekends are coming — Here’s a survival technique

By Bob Difley Summer RVing can be one of the more pleasant aspects of the RV lifestyle, and also one of the more stressful. Full-timers...
Boondocking

Searching for evidence of prehistoric hunters and gatherers

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We're headed to the deserts for the winter right after New Year's Day and...
Boondocking

A reason to boondock: The value of personal space

By Bob Difley There are two primary motivations why RVers boondock. Possibly a third. One is financial. With campground fees reaching into the...

Leave the bugs for the birds

by Greg Illes Let’s face it — the lovely forests and streams that we all enjoy when we are out-and-about are fantastic havens for all...

Spring’s coming — got your checklist ready?

By Bob Difley Up above the Lower 48, when spring comes and the ice starts to melt, the daytime temperatures become tolerable and those who...
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