“Year in review” posts seem appropriate for the end of December, but it’s not just the end of a year - it’s the end of a decade! And Boondockers Welcome has existed in some form - even if just in our dreams - since 2010 (or even a little earlier). So, for posterity’s sake, here is a timeline of Boondockers Welcome and how it’s changed over the decade.
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Most RVers don’t want more “stuff”; they just don’t have space for it. This makes them tough to buy for, doesn’t it? Why not choose a gift certificate for something that’s all about experiences, instead? One that’s tailored to RVers and that they can use, not just once, but all year round.
Occasionally we receive interesting photos or stories from our hosts and guests. Recently Sunny27 reached out to us with a photo from her visit with a host in France. We were so intrigued about her travels as she used four hosts during her adventure. We decided to ask her more questions about her experience with our European hosts.
If you’re subscribed to our weekly newsletter, you’re probably aware that we’ve had a constant stream of new hosts joining. For the past few months I’ve been saying, we have “almost” 2000 host listings. So I’m pretty excited to announce that this week we reached and surpassed that milestone. I think that’s cause for a bit of a celebration, don’t you?
Every Tuesday we post a guest tip of the week. We realize not everyone follows us on social media (though we would love it if you would) or has a social media account. So, we thought we would share some of the guest tips we've shared so far.
It was bound to happen eventually... Boondockers Welcome prices will be increasing on November 15th, but with current subscribers grandfathered in at their current rate. Here's a breakdown of the new pricing, along with some explanation of where we've come from, where we're going, and how the new pricing will help us get there.
Are you a planner? Or do you prefer to blow with the wind? There are pros and cons to each travel style and, as we learned this week, things can go wrong, no matter which you choose.
On most online platforms including Boondockers Welcome, you need to choose a user name for yourself when you register. This is the public name you will go by; other users of the site will know you by this name. Think of it as a nickname, your handle, screen name, or login name.