Anchoring out is one of the most enjoyable things a liveaboard can do, yet it took attending a seminar to learn to give ourselves permission to boondock. I couldn't understand why Cracker Barrel was ever present at RV shows, so I asked. Now we boondock when possible so we can spend our funds on sightseeing, visiting museums, blues, zydeco, cajun and food festivals. That's our favorite pass time. We stumbled across an annual folklore play 'Swamp Gravy" when liveaboards and continue to see at least one production a year as dirt cruisers.
We belong to the Escapees RV club and The Boomers, have done some traveling in Mexico but plan to see more of the US and try Canada's jazz festivals next year.
I'm a fairly proficient cook who tries out new recipes on friends. If it's a flop we can always order a pizza. Brian is an expert on batteries, solar power and quiet generators
1996 Safari Trek 24' with rear mural of bears. We've always thought outside the box - from a catamaran sailboat to our VW vanagan when we moved back to land after 10 years and needed a vehicle - figured we'd get one we could sleep and travel in. Amazingly we "touristed" in it for months on end. 24' is perfect for us.