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HI Ralph!
just checking in to see how things are going and were you are at. Like the campgrounds and pictures ! nice area.
I see that you have had some rain and cool weather, the same for us but they say it's going to warm up soon.
Are you heading to the east side of the Sierras to have your family's fathers day fishing time together ?
Take care and have fun. Jay


Added: June 11, 2017
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HI Ralph,
will be watching for the start of your 2017 adventures, hope that you find some good camping places.
We have been so busy! just now getting the trailer ready to go after Memorial day. Jay


Added: May 15, 2017
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Liked reading some of your comments on the sites. I have of course been to several along 395, and even some up in Oregon, and Washington. If you get stuck for a place when coming down 395, we are about 25 miles east of Palmdale, and about 6 miles north of 138. I promise no noise except the coyotes, and the horses, ( with the occasional barking of the dogs when the coyotes get too close to the goat, or horse corrals.. I have full hookups just alongside the barn, with no one around until feeding time for the horses, goats, and dogs. :p

Added: March 30, 2017
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I just discovered your website from a link from Love Your RV. A very nice resource to discover! My wife and I fulltime in a 38' 5th wheel, and I'm looking forward to checking out your many, many boondocking sites.

Added: March 29, 2017
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I just read your article and was impressed with all the beautiful places you've been. My wife and I just bought a wolf creek camper at the end of last year. Before that we had a toy hauler for years. I'm 69 yrs old and we want to spend some time on the road visiting great spots. Marie is not a USFS camp ground type person ( likes convenience of plug in power. But we have a camper that can afford us comfort boondocking so looking for good places. Marie's mom lives in Southern Utah so we love that part of the country. You have inspired me to go. Our truck is a dodge 2004 diesel 2500 with 97,000 miles. I've been told I need a 1 ton but it seemed to do ok.
Again thanks for the good camping place stays
Larry h


Added: March 11, 2017
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Just wanted to say thank you for what you have done here, it is a wonderful resource. My wife and I aren't fond of camping in big campsites, your reviews and recommendations will make our next trip South way more enjoyable, and simpler. Well done, happy trails.

Kevin


Added: March 10, 2017
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Just found your sight from TCM. Looking forward to checking it out. We were new to truck camping 2 years ago, but love it. We are in Grand Isl state park in Louisiana, headed to Silver City New Mexico and Az and then back home for the summer.We have not done boondocking but I am up for it next year. Stay save. Roger

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Thank you for your most recent Truck Camper Magazine article. Love the pics! We are headed out soon for a 6 mo trip and I wondered what you do about your mail.

Added: March 10, 2017
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Stumbled upon your website and very very impressed not only by the site but your travels....Wife and I just went from a 2014 Newmar Dutch Star to Lance 1172 and new F350 DRW....Needless to say a bit of a convincing process but wife is now happy.....But we have not had a chance to use it due to weather....

Ralph--if you ever get to Elko area (we are a stone's throw from Lamoille Canyon where you camped once) we have 15 acres, full hookups in and outside the barn, easy access.....Invite is always there.....

Safe travels.....


Added: February 22, 2017
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Ralph,

Just checking in again. Sounds like you had another good year of ramblin' adventure. All well here. Lorraine and I had another enjoyable automobile trip to Manitoba Canada in late June. Heavy rains several places along the way. Had to slow to 20 mph in eastern Wyoming and as we were driving through Fargo, ND. We are off to Fayetteville next weekend for a quick visit with relatives.

John


Added: October 16, 2016
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