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  • Duncan Crawford, Writer
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  • Michael King, Writer
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5 Comments

  1. I just retired and planning to visit your country boon-docking… its my style, I agree with your argumentation on this subject. Its not a matter of saving money, but I can take it.
    You've got a great site, very informative and I refer to it whenever I want to refresh my dream about full time rving in the US.

    Serge Lacombe from Québec, Canada

  2. I just retired, I shipped my travel trailer to Chile to do lots of Boondocking-Off Grid Camping, I have enjoyed reading your tips, I will use them, thanks.

  3. Hi Mello,
    Came across your blog via RV.net. Excellent blog and great info! I'm starting to research areas of Utah and dipping down to Monument Valley for my next summer trip. Will mainly be a hike/explore/photography expedition. I only spent 10 yrs in the Navy :-). Nice truck choice! I have the '12 F350 and tow a giant fiver.

    Best regards,
    John

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