My husband and myself are new members of the full time rv life. We just recently let go of almost everything personal and got down to the basic things it takes to get by. We picked up our new coach and started to prepare when I got a note from my doctor saying they had found a mole on my arm was cancerous, and I needed immediate surgery. After a slightly disfiguring surgery and the removable of three lymph nodes I am fine, but we are stuck here until the last appointments are over and this has led us to boon docking. We do okay, and I have found that we are very resourceful. Our main problem is that you cannot sleep overnight. All business owners feel that anyone, no matter how refined are nothing more than vagrant gypsies with nothing better to do than sleep after dark in their parking lots. This is the reason for joining Boondockers!! When we can finally leave, we will start our lifetime tour of the U.S.
We are in the area of Placentia, Ca.
2015 Fleetwood Tioga Ranger. Our coach is a class C, with two tipouts.