G and I stopped off here on our way down to Arizona. I needed to get some work done so G headed out the next morning for Tuscan while I stayed behind with the RV and Kobuk. I needed a remote location with decent cell reception and sun…this place had both! I had a great time here and highly suggest it to anyone passing through. Just remember, like mentioned in the video, you will be hardpressed to find many supplies nearby.
Exploring this nearly abandoned area was really fun! I love checking out new places to camp in our RV. Once I get the RV setup I get ready to change the oil in the generator before the snow comes in. This is important because it was going to get very cold overnight and I REALLY didn’t want to have our pipes burst.
After a morning working at the truck stop we head West towards Utah. As I had hoped, the weather decided to cooperate and and we get some great views through Wyoming. Then, after hanging out with some friends in Salt Lake G heads home and Kobuk and I head to the mountains of Utah. I make a small mistake by ONLY looking at the current weather. I had no idea that it had dumped feet of snow earlier
We leave Santa Fe early in the morning and head North towards Colorado. We find a free boondocking spot at Maxell Refuge and I get to test out our new Weboost RV4G Cell Phone Booster.
Finding boondocking spots near Bend, Oregon proved to be more difficult than anticipated. Nothing was too close to town while others had mixed reviews on safety. We settled for this quiet and secluded location 20 minutes from town and loved it!
We start our morning boondocking in a Walmart Parking lot. After eating some breakfast we hit the road towards Graham, Texas. We shot an awesome container home that is mostly purchased by hunters with remote property. Then, after the shoot we search and find Hubbard Creek Reservoir for boondocking.
We start our day by heading into Valley Of Fire State Park. If you happen to boondock or travel through this area we highly suggest it. The hiking trails were short but amazing to experience. Then, we go into the next day where we leave fred, dump our tanks and scout out our new home base for the next week or so.
So, just to clear up the confusion in Bend, we were not able to get the RV in the narrow carwash. With that said, Atlas has been in need of a wash for a very long time! After we pick up some last minute supplies at Walmart and wash off the RV, we head to BLM land outside of Overton, NV.