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ReneeG

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Posted: 11/03/17 02:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Great spot Maman325!


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Maman, great photo, and congrats on being able to post pix. (Not to mention congrats on living in Colorado --boondocking heaven. It takes us three days of hard driving just to get to that area.)

Here is a suggestion -- try this link, if you have not done so already:

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It was created for us by one of the moderators (his name is 1492 -- bless him). You just go to that site, either drag your photo in or else use the select button, copy the code that pops up into the box, and paste that code into your message. So easy.

Keep on posting!!


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Posted: 11/04/17 08:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I haven't been brave enough to go on the back roads yet with our 42' f'er. I have done lots of boondockin' via my different motorcycles over the years. Once you get east of the Mississippi it's pretty hard to fine even a reasonable priced tent site.

I have boondocked at Little Nash Sno-park in Oregon. Most of the sno-parks are BIG rig friendly.
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ORbiker, you probably already know this, but there is some big rig friendly back road boondocking off of Highway 97, in the area around Crescent and Chemult. Also take a look near the north entrance to Crater Lake, in the national forest. Wide gravel roads, lots of places to turn around, plenty of good riding.

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Taken a month ago near Craig, Colorado...

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Off Pavement, that's an awesome view you got (had) there.


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Posted: 11/05/17 04:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our favorite boondocking place is...wherever we happen to be at the time...
This picture was taken November 3, 2017, we’re camped southwest of Meteetsee, WY, at about 7000 feet.

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This morning’s temperature and probably dropped a degree or two after we left camp. Pretty decent temperatures for this time of year.


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profdant139 wrote:

Maman, great photo, and congrats on being able to post pix. (Not to mention congrats on living in Colorado --boondocking heaven. It takes us three days of hard driving just to get to that area.)

Here is a suggestion -- try this link, if you have not done so already:

RV Photo Post app

It was created for us by one of the moderators (his name is 1492 -- bless him). You just go to that site, either drag your photo in or else use the select button, copy the code that pops up into the box, and paste that code into your message. So easy.

Keep on posting!!


Thank you! I think that is the very post that helped me figure it out. :-)

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profdant139 wrote:

ORbiker, you probably already know this, but there is some big rig friendly back road boondocking off of Highway 97, in the area around Crescent and Chemult. Also take a look near the north entrance to Crater Lake, in the national forest. Wide gravel roads, lots of places to turn around, plenty of good riding.


Yes 139
I know of many places to camp in that area.

There is no reason for me to primitive camp because I have a membership at Cascade Meadows RV Resort. 2 weeks for free w/full hookup. Maybe once we go full time we might use a boondock site near there to camp for our week out before going back to the park.

There is a nice spot just east of Cascade Meadows about 2 miles that has 3 or so free spots near a little creek.

ReneeG

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Posted: 11/06/17 10:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

memtb - great site! Even greater difference between outside temp and inside. 57 is warm compared to the outside!

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