Take a look at the video! Been on the road for several weeks now since being run out of Ohio because it got really cold. Found decent weather in Missouri only to get super cold again in Oklahoma; have been running from the cold ever since.
Again we are in the Mark Twain National Forest on the western end of Missouri this time. This is a beautiful Campground and boondocking is not available in this Campground. It is relatively inexpensive though. I highly recommend this Campground, take a look at the video.
This is my favorite breakfast sandwich; full of great nutrition from the mushrooms, spinach, 22 grain bread and eggs. It is nutrition packed. Enjoy!
Enjoying boondocking at one of my favorite spots, Walmart. I’ve heard a lot of people saying Walmart boondocking is becoming unavailable Coast to Coast. This is not my experience, as I’ve traveled across much of the USA, Walmart of all places has been the Oasis in the desert for me. Thank you to Walmart.
A great boondocking location this Campground is located just south of St Louis Missouri. It is completely free of charge and there is a two-week stay limit. There are no amenities such as no water no electric no showers and there are Vault toilets provided.
Crossing Texas today was very frigid and extremely windy. It was a 30 mile-an-hour crosswind the whole way across the top of Texas. Take a look at the video
Striving to enjoy the RV life as well boondocking our way across our great nation. Freedom acts up about every hundred miles and just doesn’t want to go any further until she cools off. It’s been turning into the theme of our adventures and I’m kind of liking it. There is a video tour that will be posted soon from this location after I have left this location. Stay tuned!
Enjoying the RV life while boondocking in the Mark Twain National Forest just south of St Louis Missouri.
I recharged my e-bike, cell phone and tablet as needed while boondocking for a week. I also ran my fridge from the solar intermittently, it would be best if I could run a 24/7, but I need major updates for that. Thanks for watching a video.
Enjoying the RV life while boondocking across the United States just a hundred miles or so at a time. It’s a real pain with a spinal condition, but we make the best of it everyday.
I had no idea that Wilbur Wright was actually born in Indiana. I was always taught about the Wright brothers and Dayton Ohio and Kitty Hawk and so forth but never knew about the Indiana connection until now.
Enjoying the RV life driving across Interstate 70 and took this little detour just into Indiana. Enjoy the tour!