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"Access behind controlled gate"
"Poor dump station location"
"Peace and Quiet in the Middle of Nowhere"
"OK, but better free options nearby"
Maverik RV Dump Station
"Great, Free Dump"
Maverik RV Dump Station
"It's a Maverik Dump Station..."
Spirit Lake Dump Station
Spirit Lake, ID
"Easy Access Dump, But No Potable Water"
Flying J RV Dump Station
Post Falls, ID
"Not ideal location - pretty tight"
Town Pump RV Dump Station
"Great access, but a "up and over" dump station"
"Noisy, dirty, stickers everywhere"
Speedway Gas Station
"Tight Dump But It's Free!"
Lake of the Woods Dump Station
Klamath Falls, OR
Tonopah Dispersed Camping
"If you must be in Tonopah..."
Yerington Dump Station
"Free dump with potable water"
Log Cabin Rest Area
"Free dump, no potable water"
Poncha Springs, CO
"Tight for some rigs"
Kimball RV Dump Station
"Convenient dump with potable water. Choo choo!"
Castle Dale Dump Station
Castle Dale, UT
"Wide open dump station"
Elma Eastbound RV Dump Station
"Nice 4-Lane Dump Station"
Scatter Creek Northbound RV Dump Station
"Three lane dump station with potable water - all for free!"
Chevron RV Dump Station
"Dump with easy water"
Sawtooth NRA Dump Station
"Sawtooth View Dumping"
Hatchet Teton View Dispersed Camping
"Additional Information to Below Review"
Targhee Creek Trailhead
Island Park, ID
"OK, but not "OMG I MUST RETURN" spectacular"
Dubois Dump Station
"Easy access dump station with incredible water pressure!"
Henry's Fork RV Dump Station
Island Park, ID
"Dumping with a view"
"Great Dump Station at the State Line"
Seven Mile Parking
"Noisy gravel lot with a view"
American Girl Mine Road Dispersed Camping
"Stay here if you have to be in Yuma."
Sunset View Campground
"Free, peaceful, beautiful."
Maverik RV Dump Station
Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area
"Not a long term spot but is good in a pinch"
Blythe Wastewater Treatment Plant
"Fine place to dump."
Crested Butte RV Dump Station
Crested Butte, CO
"Pretty damn nice municipal dump station/water fill."
Leadville Sanitation District Office
"Convient dump and water to the Leadville area"
Oak Tree Canyon Camping Area
"Accessible for tent camping and overland-type RVs only"
"MUCH better choices in the immediate area."
Buckeye Hills Regional Park
"Convient to Phoenix Metro"
Chevron Gas Station
"Pricey but about the only option in the area..."
"Quiet Alternative to Busy Quartzsite"
July 2017 After hiding out in Spencer, Idaho for a couple of weeks, I found myself traveling alone and looking for the next place to go. Kelly had to return to Austin for an undetermined amount of t...
July/August 2017 On 21 August 2017 there was going to be a total solar eclipse viewable across a narrow band of the United States. A group of nomadic full-time RVing friends had been talking for mon...
June 2017 Yellowstone is the natural next destination after the Tetons, considering the two parks essentially butt up against each other. Being people that love doing what others do (if you believe...
May 2017 After spending two months in Moab, we were ready for a change of scenery. We’d been in the desert too long. Time to head north. We intended on spending some time in the Grand Junction, Colo...
March – May 2017 I’ve been hearing about Moab for years now, and have been looking forward to visiting for quite some time. Finally got the opportunity this spring, and it didn’t disappoint! Moab is...
March 2017 Apparently my neglect of my personal blog continues as I pour all my efforts and energy into our new project. I guess I think making money so I don’t have to move back in with my parents...
Snow equals cold and I don’t like the cold. For me to say I camped in the snow and I like it is almost one of those “stop the presses!” moments. Seriously. After leaving Kingman, our caravan of thre...
February 2017 Living on the road is pretty damn awesome. The freedom. Not having obnoxious neighbors you can’t escape. An ever changing backyard. Pretty great. You should try it (or not if you like...
January/February 2017 I’ve been at this full-time RVing game for coming up on 3 years now and I already see patterns developing. At least a pattern come winter time. For the second January in a row,...
July 2016 Rabbit Ears Pass first came onto my radar when the Watsons wrote about it 2 years ago. It turned out to be the perfect place for me at the perfect time. It’s where I got my head around som...
July/August 2016 Catchy title, eh? Unless you live under a rock, you know that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado. But that’s not what I mean by the title of this post. Leadville, Colorado...
August 2016 After 6 weeks of alone time I was back in the being social business. The time by myself had been great. Just what I needed. But it was time to get back together with friends, old and new...
August/September 2016 Kelly had been hanging out in Bayfield (just east of Durango) for a couple of months with a friend, but was itching to get back on the road. I headed down to Bayfield to hang w...
September/October 2016 Silverton was the first place I stayed in Colorado so it seemed appropriate that it would be one of the last places I’d stay as my summer wrapped up. Kelly and I wanted to see...
I never intended on attending any nomadic gathering for New Years. In fact, I had a place just west of Phoenix picked out as my next stop. But being nomadic means being flexible. So plans were chang...
June/July 2016 My summer in Colorado was in full swing and my next destination found me nestled above a couple of lakes. Here I was to start my longest period of time being along, but first, new fri...
June 2016 The plan was to stay at lower elevations until it got too damn hot then I would head for the hills. The hills of Colorado. Which are actually mountains. But you knew that. I hope. I had wa...
April 2016 Pictures don’t do it justice. Zion National Park is one of those places that has to be experienced in person. Despite this, I’m going to show you a lot of pictures of Zion. And in an atte...
March/April 2016 The next stop on my “spend the cold months in Arizona” tour was Sedona, a place that I had visited only a couple of times (or maybe only once) during my time living in Phoenix. Back...
I was headed south, fully intending on continuing my “Marshall time” alone, without any of my friends around. Next stop was the Ajo, Arizona area, in a prime piece of BLM land for more boondocking....
After six weeks at three different locations to start the year, all of which included a great deal of socializing, I was ready for some down time. Some “Marshall time”. I had an idea where I wanted...
The final stop on my 3-city social tour was Quartzsite, Arizona. Never heard of the place? That is to be forgiven as it is just a tiny spot on the map that Interstate 10 cuts through in extreme west...
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September 2015 Harris Beach State Recreation Area was my last stop on my way down the Oregon coast. As I write these words a few months later, it makes me sad. Truly. I didn’t spend enough time on t...
September 2015 Next stop on my tour of the Oregon coast was Cape Blanco State Park, a spectacular facility located at the state’s westernmost point, on a bluff about 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean...
September 2015 I needed to see the Oregon coast, so I made a beeline for it. Originally I was going to turn north once I hit the coast and head towards Tillamook for cheese and another aviation muse...
September 2015 The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum has been a place I have wanted to visit for more years than I can remember, for one single reason – the Spruce Goose. Anyone with any interest in...
September 2015 Portland was on my radar for quite sometime, so I had to stay here and do some exploring. While I would have liked to stay a lot longer, I was on a time crunch, so I stayed 6 nights....
August/September 2015 For 7 nights immediately before Labor Day weekend, I stayed at Fort Stevens State Park, on the Oregon side of the mouth of the Columbia River. This served as the perfect base t...
August 2015 I first learned of the Elwha River after watching the movie DamNation, so when I knew I would be in the area, I had to check it out. I am very glad I did. Located to the west and south o...
August 2015 Port Townsend is a little city perched on the northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula, the relatively unpopulated arm of land across Puget Sound from the Seattle metro area. I was look...
July 2015 Before I popped over the Cascade Mountain Range to western Washington I wanted to spend a bit of time just on the eastern side of the mountains. Along the Columbia River. So I headed over...
July 2015 Kathy’s time traveling with me was rapidly coming to an end. What started as a week in San Diego was coming to an end with our last stop in Idaho. We had been winging it much of our six we...
July 2015 Our time together was coming to an end. Kathy was flying home and I was going to be on my own again. Six weeks that went by in a flash. Six weeks that went better than I had expected and a...
July 2015 Kathy was no longer traveling with me. I was alone again. So I left Spokane and headed into central Washington to regroup. And to visit one of the largest concrete structures in the world....
July 2015 July 4th was right around the corner and we needed a place to stay, which is always a joy when it comes to a major holiday. Kathy had her eye on a 73 mile paved multi-use path that is a gr...
June 2015 After leaving McCall we were headed to the northeast corner of Oregon and needed a place to stay. As we were traveling on a work day I didn’t want to make the entire trip in one shot, espe...
Upon arrival we found that the area was mainly vacant. As this is dispersed camping, rather than a developed campground, there aren’t defined campsites to use. Instead, there are areas you can plant yo...