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Old 03-24-2015, 08:55 PM   #15
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Of course, when we're really going boondocking, we leave the motor home behind!

I could easily get my RV down that road! Rock on!
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Of course, when we're really going boondocking, we leave the motor home behind!

Anybody can 4WD, backpack, canoe, or raft into remote areas. It takes real talent to get a 40 footer into one.
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It really wasn't that easy to get this teardrop there, either!

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Of course, when we're really going boondocking, we leave the motor home behind!

Sweet setup. Did you build it?
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Sweet setup. Did you build it?
Thanks! Yes I did build it. We've used it a lot over the last five years, and just love it! I've got a lot more "Serious Boondocking" pictures in some very strange places. They might not be what the OP had in mind when he started this thread, so I'll just leave you with one more.

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SilverBob, I agree You have a "Sweet Set-up". I'm curious, is that a Snorkel off of your exhaust on the right rear?
Do you plan on getting a "Pindle Hook" set up to replace your "Ball Hitch"? Looks as the Jeep might benefit as your highway of choice is uh somewhat under developed ...
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Thanks, Chuck! That's not a snorkel, just a shovel and Hi-Lift jack mounted on the tire carrier.


I've never needed a pintle hitch in the Jeep, the ball works just fine. I do have a fully articulating hitch on the Toyota, since I use it for the really challenging trails.


Since there seems to be some interest, I'll start another thread in the Boondocking Section, where we can talk about Off Road Teardrop Trailers, and let this one return to boondocking pictures.


Sorry for the hijack!
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Thanks! Yes I did build it. We've used it a lot over the last five years, and just love it! I've got a lot more "Serious Boondocking" pictures in some very strange places. They might not be what the OP had in mind when he started this thread, so I'll just leave you with one more.
This is exactly what I had in mind, keep up the good work. Here is a spot for you to try: Broken arrow trail Sedona AZ.

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Great thread. Looking forward to the next 10000 pictures.
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It really wasn't that easy to get this teardrop there, either!

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This is exactly what I had in mind, keep up the good work. Here is a spot for you to try: Broken arrow trail Sedona AZ.

OK, if you insist! ( Nice Sammi, by the way!)

Here's one from the "Crest of the Inyos Trail". You're looking across Owens Valley at the Sierra Nevada range. We're at almost 11,000 ft, looking across the valley, 6500 ft. below, at 13-14,000 ft. peaks. Mount Whitney is just out of the picture to the right.

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