Baker NV at Great Basin National Park Fulltime RV

Some locals tell me, this town used to be more booming before they created Great Basin National Park in 1986. When they created the park, they blocked off a lot of roads, so now you have to hike in like 20 miles to get to the cool spots. The hunting and fishing also died off. Not much left except scenery. Need to drive to Ely for any real groceries.





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Stocking Up for 2-3 Months of Bug Out Boondocking

I have bought more, got some organic meats in the freezer, and a total of 5 cases of canned for Toto, plus bones. This is meant to last for 2-3 months. Of course, I will need to buy fresh veggies along the way, grow some sprouts, and hopefully, find organic yogurt in the small towns I will stay in for a few days to dump and refill tanks. Continue reading

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How I Plan My Fulltime RV Travel Routes

I think I failed to mention I only like to go 120-130 miles a day, so look for places to stop where you will reach your driving limit. Continue reading

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A Day Trip to the Carson River Fulltime RV

Toto and I were in Carson City for a few days, working on some RV and car fix ups, and avoiding July crowds in Tahoe. Carson City is warm, like 90, “but it’s a dry heat”, and we had hook ups. BTW, it was getting up to 85 in Tahoe,…

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Tahoe to Truckee Highway 80 Fulltime RV

I move camp away from Tahoe during July (crazy, crowded tourist season) to a campground west of Truckee CA. Highway 80 is made out of concrete, and it’s a bumpy, freaky road! We participate in the Amazon affiliate program, as well as the eBay affiliate program.

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