**Update. We recently added the video, “Driving The Apache Trail” to this post. So take a ride with us over 40 miles from Goldfield Ghost Town all the way to the Roosevelt Dam
Archive for year: 2015
This is how our passenger side window looked in May of 2015 when we first purchased this unit.
The last couple weeks we have been bogged down by work projects and the weather hasn’t really been the most cooperative. However we managed a few outings and it seems most of them have to do with food.
Here’s a video of a wonderful afternoon of ATV riding out in the desert near Gold Canyon, AZ
After spending almost a week boondocking without hookups we decided to head back to Why, AZ to Coyote Howls West RV Park and stay for a week on full hookups.
With almost 3 years of reading RV blogs of those who have gone before us we knew the dream of boon docking would require some type of solar power.
After reading other travel blogs and hearing about how much others love to boondock we knew this was something we wanted to try. Some people call it dry camping, dispersed camping, wild camping but its best known in this region as boondocking.
On Thursday, November 12, 2015 the winds finally died down and we were on the road. We wanted to visit the White Sands National Monument and the New Mexico Museum of Space History. This time we turned to our Passport America membership to find something in that area.
How we ended up here was kind of a fluke. We knew we wanted to visit the White Sands, however we had no reservations or firm idea of where we wanted to stay.
We really did it. Hard to believe we actually hit the road and we’re still pinching ourselves. So much planning, packing and preparation went into this and I think we’re still in shock.