Brendan Binger

17
Jul

Maintaining Connection While Full-time RVing

For many who travel full-time, maintaining constant cell connection is a top priority. Whether you work remotely, you’re a gig worker, or you run your own business, there are many reasons you might need to have connection at all times. One of our most frequently asked questions, is “How do you have signal when dry camping?” (or “Boondocking”) In this

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8
Jul

Death Valley National Park (2/59)

Our visit to Death Valley National Park began with a scenic drive up CA-127 through expansive, sweeping California desert scenery. We then connected with CA-190 near the border of Nevada to head west into the park towards Furnace Creek, one of the park’s main areas of population. We arrived at Sunset Campground sometime late morning, which was basically a spacious

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16
May

Los Angeles Part II: The Lowlights

During our second visit to the City of Angels for some repairs to our RV, we spent much of our time being tourists and seeing the sights. However, during the visit, we also dealt with some very trying circumstances. Being the optimists that we are, we did our best to take these situations in stride and to learn what lessons

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7
May

Exploring Blair Valley, near Julian, California

Between February 22nd and March 4th, we stayed in The Blair Valley BLM area, which is located within the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. We came here at the suggestion of our fellow RVing friends, Mandy and Kevin from “188sqft.” They had spent a few weeks here in early February and thought we would enjoy the region, and they were certainly

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1
May

Exploring the Sights Around Joshua Tree South

While staying outside of Joshua Tree in the beautiful and scenic Joshua Tree South BLM lands, we took some time to venture out to explore some of the scenery surrounding the southern side of Joshua Tree. On our way out to Joshua Tree, we drove through nearby Box Canyon. It seemed very interesting when we passed through, so we made

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1
May

Joshua Tree National Park (1/59)

Joshua Tree was the first national park that we visited on our trip to see all 59. We spent a month on the BLM lands directly outside the southern entrance of the park (read about this here). This location was beautiful and serene on its own, but it was also a perfect launching point for expeditions into the park. It

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21
Feb

How to Survive High Winds in an RV

NOTE: This post is written for comical purposes. The comments in this post should not be relied on as weather safety instructions. Always seek appropriate shelter and safety in inclement weather. Consult the National Weather Service website for official instructions on wind and weather safety. In early January 2017, Sam and I enjoyed some boondocking at Fossil Falls Dry Lake Bed,

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8
Feb

Exploring the Alabama Hills of Lone Pine, California

Alabama Hills is a tract of land near the Eastern Sierra Nevada range, west of Lone Pine, CA, that is characterized by a variety hills and curious rock formations. The land is protected and managed by the Bureau of Land Management for conservation and public recreation. The Alabama Hills were our first official boondocking experience during our new life as

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24
Jan

Across the US in 9 Days

My wife and I began our new lives as full-time US travelers in mid-December 2016 with an immediate cross country sprint to California, since we wanted to begin our travels by spending the winter months in southern California. Ideally, we would have chosen to disembark for our travels in spring, maybe summer, or any time of year with warmer weather.

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