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Category: Boondocking/Dry Camping

No restrooms, showers, or sewage? No problem! These are our dry camping adventurers that live post their RV up wherever the wind takes them.

A solitary travelers stands on top of a camper van facing the sunset.

Hang Solo: Tips for Hitting the Highway Alone

Tips for solo road trippers — travel North America in solitary style. There are plenty of tips out there for road tripping, but how is it different to travel on the road alone versus with a friend, family member or partner? Take a look at the following tips and considerations you might want to make
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Our Freewheeling RV Trip to Burning Man in Nevada

Taking an RV trip to Burning Man in the middle of the Nevada desert. Imagine a city in the middle of the desert where the party never ends, mutant vehicles roam the streets, money is basically useless and citizens don the most outrageous attire, including their birthday suits. What if I told you this place
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Two young women sit in the open hatchback of their vehicle in a desert campsite under a starry night sky.

How to Get Started in RV Travel (Even if You Don’t Have an RV)

Start your RV travels today, with or without a recreational vehicle. It can be intimidating to get into RV travel for the first time. Between all of the vehicle options to choose from and the costs associated with them, there can be a lot to consider. The good news is that you don’t have to
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Dealing with RV Water Worries and Tank Trouble

RV advice from July's Mark My Words post

Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month, we have lots of questions on water and tank problems, as well as plumbing-related issues. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark: My gray water tank pressures up during showers and the water will not drain. It also seems to be pulling a vacuum when draining
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