“Fixin’” is a real word here in the South! It’s a word that conveys intentionality and serious purpose with a commitment to follow through. Don’t confuse it with “fixins”, which means the dozens of side dishes you plan on serving with Thanksgiving dinner.
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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.
Grand Canyon National Park is 100 years old this year! With all the added publicity, it may be even more difficult than usual to land a campsite in the park or a permit to hike and camp in the canyon. Straight from the pages of my Frugal Shunpiker’s Guide for RV Boondocking in Arizona, here are some tips that are sure to help.
Boondockers Welcome is only part of the puzzle. There are many other ways to keep your camping costs in line with your budget.
While many Texans flock to the beaches of South Padre Island to escape the summer heat, there are less-crowded beaches just a little farther north, where RV camping on the beaches of the Gulf Coast is permitted and encouraged. Better yet, camping is either free or included with a low-cost entry pass.
Are you thinking of buying a 5th Wheel? Are you debating between a fifth wheel and a travel-trailer, or maybe even a motorhome? One of our members and blog contributers, Jack Huber, recently went through the process of deciding what to buy and details the top 9 reasons why he chose a fifth wheel for his rig.
Whether you are a rookie or have been camping in RV’s for years, you can make a mistake now and then. Even I have made foolish mistakes, and I’ve been RV’ing for several years now.
Whether you are a rookie or have been camping in RV’s for years, you can make a mistake now and then. Even I have had foolish errors in judgement, and I’ve been RV’ing for several years now.
Whether you are a rookie or have been camping in RVs for years, you can make a mistake now and then. Sometimes you just don’t know any better. Sometimes you get out of sync with your routine. Even experts get complacent or forgetful.