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Snorkeling Key Largo

Our next stop on our Florida Keys Adventure was to do some Snorkeling in Key Largo at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. After visiting the lower half of the Florida Keys and Key West we headed north from Marathon, where we found a great waterfront site at the Point of View RV Resort in Key Largo. Wow, were we …

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Yellowstone RV Parks

Yellowstone National Park is one of our favorite places to visit and there are lots of Yellowstone RV Parks to choose from. Yellowstone is absolutely breathtaking and there’s so much to see and do. It encompasses such a huge area. If you decide to go, you’ll want to plan on doing a lot of driving to see all the sights. …

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Yosemite RV Camping

Yosemite RV camping can be a bit of a challenge depending on the size of your RV, but it is one of the all time ‘best-of-the best’ places we have ever been. We can’t wait to go back again. The scenery is just amazing with all the huge rock faces, overhanging cliffs, beautiful rivers and lush green meadows. Just when …

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Boondocking / Dry Camping

What is boondocking, or what some call dry-camping? Our definition is basically being out in the boonies without any services or utilities. No water, electricity, sewer, cable TV, internet, etc. Several of our friends and fellow RVer’s seem amazed as to why we’d rather be “out there” in the woods, beach, or desert instead of an RV park or stick-built …

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Our Boondocking Travels

One of our favorite places to go camping or boondocking without any hook-ups is Jedediah Smith State Park, located on the Smith River in Northern California. Camping among the giant redwood trees made us feel like we were in an enchanted forest somewhere. Our campsite was right next to the Smith River. There are bears running around there (big ones, …