I broke my own rules, and didn’t pre-scout the location! Strawberry Creek is only appropriate for vans and truck campers, maybe a 20′ Class C, but not for any average motorhome. Mine is 26′, which is considered on the small side, and I almost thought I was going to get stuck! NO room to turn around.
There’s communal water and flush toilets at Bob Scott, and the high elevation keeps the temperatures down a bit. The paid area is 10 campsites for $10 a day, and there are 4-5 “free” sites just outside the entrance. Other RVers mentioned “out back, behind” but it looks like the powers that be fenced that off. Continue reading
Waiting out the bad weather, to avoid possible snow. (Sorry about the noise from the 25 mph winds, still fine tuning the camera mic. Next videos, should be better. Taped 2 layers of felt on) Temps in the Carson City area were about 45 degrees in the morning.
There are a few methods of maintaining house power in your RV. Of course, RV solar panels are the first and most popular choice, but a wind generator appeals to many people, because many areas with free boondocking are very windy, and when the sun is dimmed by clouds and…