This sign (photo) appeared at the end of our driveway a couple days ago warning residents of the canyon of a new resident, a young mountain lion. For me, this was exciting news, as with all my years hiking in the wild, stalking and tracking wildlife, and attempting to spot signs of wildlife presence, spotting […]Read more "What to do if you cross paths with a mountain lion"
Think of your RV as an exploration machine, able to take you to places where you can live comfortably while pursuing elusive wildlife, photographing exploding Spring wildflowers, or spotting migrating neo-tropical birds. Unfortunately, snowbirds that leave their winter roost to head back to Canada, the Midwest, or Pacific Northwest seldom see La Tortuga, the desert […]Read more "Wildlife Tracking: Stalking La Tortuga, the endangered desert tortoise"
Escapees from the cold Canadian, Pacific Northwestern, and Mid-Western winters, descend to the Southwestern Deserts for the winter, but by March, you will find a continuous caravan of motorhomes, fifth-wheels, travel trailers, pop-tops, truck campers, and converted busses strung out along the interstates, all heading back north. Just as they flocked in at the beginning […]Read more "The Spring explosion of color in the Southwestern Deserts"
“Anybody home,” a voice called, jolting me from my fixation on the computer monitor. I expected to see only lizards and roadrunners at this isolated desert campsite on a seldom-used road a good two country miles from the main highway. A young man in his early 20s, flushed from walking–or embarrassment–asked if I could give […]Read more "Good Deeds and Guardian Angels"
Can it be that winter is almost over? Even though Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day confirming six more weeks of winter, it depends on where you are whether the warmer weather on the West coast means Spring has already arrived or the Arctic blast now hitting the Midwest and East coast will […]Read more "Will 2015 be a dynamite Spring wildflower season?"
We make the decision to purchase RVs for our own reasons and interests, though these reasons may vary greatly between individuals and groups. Many buy their RV primarily to use as a hotel room when visiting relatives, conventions, concerts, rallies, and other events where campground or RV resort facilities are not convenient. Many families also purchase […]Read more "10 Things To do to Expand Your RVing Horizons"
“When the first self-contained RVs appeared on American highways, the concept of a full service RV resort had not yet become the seed of an idea. Even the concept of a recreation vehicle, or house-car, for transportation as well as housing, completely independent of electrical, water, and sewage systems, and self-sustainable while seeing the wondrous […]Read more "Boondockbob’s Guide to Boondocking"