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Post Info TOPIC: Boondocking Etiquette

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Boondocking Etiquette

Boondocking and dry camping topics appear from time to time in this forum.  Sometimes folks w/o much experience boondocking talk about running their generators and just going out and parking in the boondocks.

This video very nicely presents the 9 major items most boondockers would like for others to think about when they look for a place to park in the boonies.



Al & Sharon, 2006 Winnebago Journey 36G, Chevy Colorado Toad



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Sorry but this presenter has too much face time on his videos. Narration with shots of something besides him.


Winnebago TT 2101DS & 2020 Silverado LTZ Z71. 300 watts WindyNation solar w/MPPT, 2 Trojan T-125s. TALL flag pole. Prefer USFS, COE, BLM, USF&WS, NPS, TVA, state/county camps. 14 year Army vet-11B40 then 11A - old MOS 1542 & 1560.

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I didn't see that as much of a problem.  At least there wasn't a lot of herky-jerky changes of scenery.  What did fascinate me, though, was the reflection in his sunglasses.  I couldn't decide for sure if there was someone at the camera that was actually monitoring said camera.  I think that kind of distracted me.



Terry and Jo

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I thought it was a good presentation with a lot of common sense.

I really enjoyed his drone videos.  They've been to some amazing places.

Worth the time spent for just the aerial shots.


Russ & Terri Ranger

Travel since July 2013

Home base: Buckeye,AZ

Wandering the USA & Canada in our Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40' PDT Motorhome

Travel so far: 49 States - International Travel -19 countries


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