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Old 09-29-2015, 04:39 PM   #91
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North South Lake Campground in the Catskills, New York.....Had one night of torrential rain, We didnt miss having a flooded tent ! LOL
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The title of the thread threw me for a second. Boondocking and camp grounds are two different animals to me. This is how we do it.





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That is awesome!We'll be looking for spots after spring thaw
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The title of the thread threw me for a second. Boondocking and camp grounds are two different animals to me. This is how we do it.....snip
Beautiful setting with the mountain background ....., wish we had some accessible BLM land east of the Mississippi that I could add to my present options!!

For myself a boondocking adventure starts when those nice hookups (electric, water, etc.) aren't available.

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I have to agree with Rustic Eagle, here in CA hook ups=parking lot camping and big $$$$ ummm no thanks
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Old 10-22-2015, 12:27 PM   #96
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Here are two of mine. We boondock or dry camp about 75% of the time.
This one is my old trailer on the "dry side" of Oregon.


This one is my new Jayco 27RLS on the "wet side" of Oregon.
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The best of two worlds...., mountains and river frontage!

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National forest on edge of Teton National Park away from all the crowds.



Alabama hills at the base of Mt Whitney (highest point in lower 48) about an hour from home.
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snip.....Alabama hills at the base of Mt Whitney (highest point in lower 48) about an hour from home.
Only an hour...., nice!

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Only an hour...., nice!

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Well it makes up for living in the high desert.
Here's a couple more from the same area. First is my brother's rig and ours.


This is on a hike up in the mtns there.


This is about 3 hours away..
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