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The American Deserts: Gems of the West

The American Deserts: Gems of the West By Bob Difley As if frozen in time, the coyote stood motionless, muscles taut, eyes focused straight ahead. I followed his gaze, but could not see what had captured his attention. Suddenly he shot forward. Two wide-eyed jack rabbits exploded out of the brush, scattering in different directions.
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Boondocking: A friendly visit with Mother Nature

By Bob Difley Last week’s post, More places you may not have thought to camp or boondock http://blog.rv.net/2013/07/more-places-you-may-not-have-thought-to-camp-or-boondock/ we looked at additional boondocking opportunities on public lands. There are, of course, other positive aspects of boondocking other than the ones previously discussed, like free or cheap camping, avoidance of crowded, noisy campgrounds, and the scenic
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More places you may not have thought to camp or boondock

By Bob Difley In last week’s post, Camping on public lands where you may not have thought of boondocking, http://blog.rv.net/2013/06/camping-on-public-lands-where-you-may-not-have-thought-of-boondocking/ I suggested looking at properties managed by the Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation, Fish and Wildlife Service (including National Wildlife Refuges), and in State Forests and Game and Fish Areas. I couldn’t include
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