We recently provided stats about our hosts, so we thought it would be fun to delve into who our guests are.
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You will too, especially if you’re a new or full-time RVer.
2020 was definitely one for the record books. While the COVID-19 pandemic was probably the top story for almost everyone both personally and business-wise, there were many other things, both related and unrelated to the pandemic, that made it one crazy year for Boondockers Welcome. Here are some highlights (and low-lights) for the year that was.
Some of you may have had the privilege of staying at Alabama Vagabonds' host location, Big Daddy's Grill, Fish River Paradise. If you have, you will know that these hosts have been waiting several years to live out their RVing dreams. Well, they finally sold the business and are currently living life on the road. While we're extremely sad to lose such a great host, we are so happy they now get to be guests. Such is the purpose of this great community! With over 178 glowing references, we know you will miss them as well but have no fear, he may be visiting you soon. See our interview with him below.
Boondockers Welcome was originally designed to offer guests a safe place to boondock for a night or two. As we grew, so did our hosts' generosity with many offering electric and water. However, some guests may not realize what is needed to take advantage of a host's generous offer. Thankfully GTS1544, a popular host, has written a very informative article on what guests should prepare to bring in order to connect properly to a hosts' electric or water connections.
We've all got a lot more free time on our hands right now. So, it's a great time to make some renovations and/or modifications to your RV. We recently spoke with Boondockers Welcome host and guest, Acme71, about the extensive modifications he's made to his two rigs. Get ready, this is a post for all you gear-heads!
This week's blog post is brought to you by Tiny Shiny Home.
After nearly 5 years of full-time travel, we’ve experienced every type of campsite
imaginable. State parks, city parks, county parks, fancy private resorts, super
scary cramped parks, national parks…you name it. And while each of them serve
their purpose, many were not what we imagined when we started our adventure.
We've all gotten into our new RVs and thought...wow, that's a lot of brown! Most RVs feature a lot of wood, coupled with tan wallpaper and outdated valances. We would love to update our RV and help make it our own but who has time?