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Old 04-07-2014, 03:33 PM   #1
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A great boondocking Blog/Site

Some of you may know about this young couples travels but we have been following their blog for several years. They also have an email newsletter on the various sites they visit. Check them out:

Wheeling It | Living the Fulltime RV Dream with 12 Paws, 40 Feet and the Open Road

They report on various sites they have visited and travel around in their "Beast" - a 40' MH. So if some of you think you cannot boondock with your monster MH or FW or TT check out this site.

Although we just started fulltiming in December we hope to travel out west and visit some of these great boondocking sites.

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Old 04-07-2014, 05:03 PM   #2
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We agree, we have been following their blog for a couple of years and we started full timing last Dec. We have visited some of the places they have been and their information has been invaluable to us. Great site also Nina and Paul are very nice people too.

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Old 04-08-2014, 08:24 AM   #3
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We have followed them for several years also, since before we even started full timing. Theirs is the best and most informative site we have come across, and we enjoyed meeting them near Yuma in January of '13. They are serious boondockers, and it was quite a chore finding them out there in the desert that day. Fortunately I was able to spot their solar panels from a long ways away!
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