We had a great time at our boondocking spot near Mammoth, and were so happy to be camping with our new RV/blogging friends Tim and Amanda, but alas, we were running out of water, so it was time to move on. That’s the thing about boondocking – you’re somewhat limited by the amount of water … Continue reading The Alabama Hills
For our next stop, we moved just about 30 miles down Highway 395 towards Mammoth Lakes. We found a great boondocking spot off of Hot Creek Hatchery Road. Can you see our RV in the picture below? There’s lots of wildlife near this site – we’ve seen several deer and heard coyotes howling in the … Continue reading Hot Creek Boondocking
Our next destination was to drive down Highway 395 on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevadas. Our friends Paul and Nina had spoken very highly of the eastern Sierras, and we were really excited to check it out. There’s a lot of boondocking in this area, and we picked the area near Mono Lake … Continue reading Highway 395 and Mono Lake
We’d just spent about 3 weeks in Colorado, and as much as we loved it, I was ready to get another state border crossing under my belt. The border of Wyoming was only about 4 hours away, so we packed up early that morning and headed out. After a few hours of more Colorado loveliness, … Continue reading Wyoming Bound
After our great stay in New Mexico, we headed north into Colorado. As we passed over the state line, the sign said “Welcome to Colorful Colorado” – and colorful is right! We spent our first night in Pagosa Springs at the Elk Meadows campground. Since we had dry camped for several days, we needed to … Continue reading Colorful Colorado, and our first boondocking experience!