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    RV Boondocking North America, One Campsite at a Time

    Mike and Dora are an adventurous couple who love to travel across the US and Canada. They blog about their travels and share photos of the places they’ve seen, from Mexico to Alaska – providing a first-hand account of what it’s like to travel as a RV traveler, boondocker, and camper.

    In 2012, Mike and Dora started off camping in a small tear-drop trailer, but eventually they transitioned into a 30′ Lance Travel Trailer. Mike does the planning and itinerary, photography and informational videos, while Dora blogs, does photography and keeps the trailer ship-shaped and ready for travel. What makes them such an amazing couple is that they balance each other out perfectly – each has certain skills that the other lacks!

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    This site is a place for people who love to travel by RV and explore North America while doing it. It is a destination for anyone looking for inspiration and motivation to do their own adventures, big or small.

    Inside you can find articles about what we have been up to, the places we have been, and the people we meet along the way. You can also check out our photography portfolio or visit our blog to read all about our adventures from the perspective of an RV travel blogger.

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    Recent Blog Posts

    FREE DISPERSED CAMPING RV 101: How to Find Free Camping on Public Land

    This guide will show you how to find the best dispersed free camping spots on public land. You will learn about where to go and what to expect from camping in national forests, BLM and other public lands.

    Designated Dispersed Camping: The How, What, Where, When, and Why

    Dispersed camping is a type of camping where campers can camp in either designated areas or in non-designated areas. When camping in designated areas, campers are required to follow the rules and regulations set by the land management agency.

    CURIOUS DORA: White Eggs vs Brown Eggs. What’s the Difference Between White and Brown Eggs?

    White Eggs Vs Brown Eggs: We usually buy white eggs because they are cheaper than brown eggs. However, recently we bought brown eggs because they were cheaper (with a coupon). This got me to wondering-what is the difference between a brown egg and a white egg?

    Amazon CamperForce: What You Need to Know About the RV Workcamping Program

    If you’re looking to travel the country, Amazon is offering a new workcamping program called Amazon CamperForce. This job gives you a chance to earn money while earning experience working at Amazon while living in a RV and exploring America.

    The Potato Museum: A Celebration of All Things Potato

    The Potato Museum is located in Blackfoot, Idaho, is dedicated to the preservation of all things potato. The museum features a plethora of potato-themed attractions and exhibits.

    Starlink Launches New Starlink for RV Option: 30,000+ Orders and Counting

    Starlink is a technology to connect your RV to the Internet. This guide will show you how to use the new Starlink for RV option.