I am a retired school teacher; now a "hobby" farmer. My elderly parents are gone and thus no longer require my attention, so I should have more time to travel; at least in the fall, winter and spring.
I haven't boondocked, but would like to try. I love canoeing and my favorite places to do that is the Ozarks, so some times you could liken that to boon docking. I,ve traveled over the years by tenting, using a pick-up topper and also a slide-camper as well as using a Winnebago RV. I currently have an F-250 with a topper which can be used for boon docking, but I will either acquire an RV trailer or preferably a slide-in pick-up camper as I have a fishing boat and for canoe trips I pull a trailer. Anyone have a good slide-in pick-up camper they would be interested in selling?
As indicated above I have a white F-250 Ford pick-up with a matching topper. We can travel this way, but realize we need something more comfortable.
We were his first guest, so we worked out the best way to situate things as we went along. For electricity use, the location was pretty sloped for our 36ft fifth wheel, particularly since we wanted to stay hitched. We got it worked out. Hopefully, he puts a 30 amp receptacle in the new building he's built. That would be an ideal parking location (hint-hint). If you are driving something over 25 feet, be sure to enter the driveway from the north. A tree and a stump make it a challenge (one on each side of the driveway. The road was pretty busy and noisy initially, but quieted down at sleep time--just the way our host said it would.