Warning, picture intensive post!
My take on the ‘best camping spots of the year’ is different from most RVers. I make a point to find the beauty in every place I visit and hate to rate them. Instead, I do this post: a pictoral review all the places I’ve camped through the year, as seen from the windows of my little house on wheels. I called some pretty amazing places home in 2017, so let’s take a look back at them, shall we?
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Aaaand in real time I’ve arrived at the Rubber Tramp Rendezvous! My coordinates are 33.6545917, -114.1469726 and I’ll be here until mid-morning on Monday the 15th. When you’re coming into the RTR area on Mitchell Mine Road, turn at the red sign that says “RTR Music” and keep to the right at the fork. I’m not far in. You’re welcome to stop by, just please keep it between 9 am and 4 pm (I tend to go to the campfire near sunset). On Saturday at 10 am I’m presenting at the work-camping seminar, so come find me there!
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