Camping in Joshua Tree

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To get to this area, from the intersection of Sunfair and Twentynine Palms Highway (CA-62), drive 2.5 miles north to Sunflower. Turn right on Sunflower Road and continue for another mile to Cascade Road. Cascade Road can be identified by the power lines. These roads can be washed out or deeply rutted; 4-wheel drive is recommended.

Stay on Other People’s Properties for FREE

I am working with Homeowners,and Landowners willing to allow RVers, Boondockers, Van Dwellers, Tent Campers, and Car Dwellers to stay on their property from 2 nights to as much as 30 days.

Your Yearly Membership Donation is $50 year service that offers free camping on people’s property, front driveway or backyard? Some may have Electric, Wifi, Firepits…this just depends on the host.

We have about 80 people now who has offered their willing to join my new service which is great.

Properties are in the City and Country.

I am a Brander, Marketer, and Realestate Investor, and have for a long time wanted to find ways to help travelers find great places to stay.

How you can find out if something is available where your traveling is email me at : BohoRoadTrip@gmail.com

Tell me what State your heading to travel and the City.

Because this is new, please understand I may not have hosts in your area.

Your membership fee for one year is $50.

You can text, or email me where you would like to stay, and I will send you the nearest hosts.

If you would like to be a host
please email me your information about your property and your name, number, and property address or directions. Be sure and send pictures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

My New Patreon Page

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I can’t believe I’ve even done it…Minimalising is difficult when your a girl that likes the makeup, and girly things.

This definitely is going to take me out of my element.

I’ve had cold feet planning to leave the comforts of home in Las Vegas.

I’m sure if your a traveler you understand that yearning to just hop in your car and go.

I told a friend of mine, “I want to live”. I don’t want to have to do the same thing day in and day out..that gets pretty boring.

I hope that you will follow my Patreon Page,and my You Tube Page. Mind you I’m just getting started so bare with me.

I feel like a baby. I see so many traveling, having large Subscribers on their You Tube Page,and Patreon Supporters.

I think to myself ” will I ever be where so many Vanlifers,and RVers are”

All I can do is just enjoy myself, film, and take you on the journey with me.

I love this life. I enjoy being my own boss, and waking up in new places. What better life than this.

I welcome your Tips,Tricks,Support, and friendship.

Here is my Patreon Page
for those of you interested.
Hopefully it’s been created properly. Mind you I’m new to this.

I welcome those wanting to Sponsor,or Support my endeavors

Click here to go to my Patreon

Remote Camping in Wyoming

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Escape the crowds and experience the remote, rugged wilderness of West Virginia.

Forget overcrowded campsites! The next time you explore the rugged West Virginia wilderness, check out our list of under-the-radar campsites.

Whether you want to cast a line in search of a big catch, or you’re looking for a your next climbing project, West Virginia has some great off-the-beaten-path options.

Pick one, grab your tent, and head out to some of the most remote areas in the state:

1. Bear Heaven Campground, Elkins
Escape the summer heat at Bear Heaven Campground— a well-shaded, primitive campsite. There are 8 sites, but they’re rarely all full, even during peak hiking and fishing seasons.

Tucked away in the Monongahela National Forest, one of the best things about this place is that there’s a lot of land to explore right around the campground, or you can go for a longer hike to the summit of one of the Allegheny Mountains. The forest is one of the most diverse in the country, with at least 75 species of trees and more than 220 species of birds, so this secluded spot makes a great homebase if you like exploring trails and looking for wildlife.

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2. Dam Site, Summersville
Dam Site is just outside one of the most popular climbing areas on the East Coast, the New River Gorge, but it gets far less traffic than other campsites in the area. The most off-the-grid camping at the Dam Site is on the south side of Summersville Lake, and the whole area is well-protected and very clean. If you have any company at all, it will probably be climbers in search of the sport routes around the lake.

3. Grandview Sandbar Campground, Beaver
Grandview Sandbar Campground is fairly remote, and mostly used by rock climbers headed to the New River Gorge. Even though it’s near a popular recreation spot, the rough gravel road that leads to this camping area gives you more privacy. (But don’t worry, it’s fairly well-maintained, so it’s an easy drive!) With fire rings, picnic tables and the river nearby, it will be tough to leave after the 14-day limit!

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4. Hawk Campground, Wardensville
Hawk Campground is smack-dab inside George Washington and Jefferson National Forests in the Allegheny Mountains. The higher elevation keeps the area cool during hotter months, but the best time to visit is during the spring when it blooms with wildflowers.

This place is scattered with prime hiking trails, and most of the trails have plenty of shade. This is the site if you want to set up camp and explore the forests, or if you are backpacking through and just need a spot to pitch a tent for the night.

5. Buffalo Lake Campground, Bartow
Fishermen, rejoice! This is your go-to site. The Buffalo Lake Campground is a primitive area adjacent to a 55-acre lake. The lake is well-stocked with trout, and there is a limited warmwater fishery nearby for smallmouth bass, bluegill, green sunfish and channel catfish. This quiet space is the perfect getaway for a long weekend.

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6. Island Campground, Bartow
Another great spot if you want to go fishing is the Island Campground, just north of Buffalo Lake Campground. You can still get to the trout-stocked lake, but this site is also close to Long Run and the East Fork of the Greenbrier River, so there are even more opportunities for fishing. After a long day on the water, sit back and relax by the fire as you cook the day’s catch.

7. Spruce Knob Lake Campground, Dry Fork
Spruce Knob is the highest point in the entire state of West Virginia, and just west of the mountain is a 25-acre lake stocked with trout. The Spruce Knob Campground has easy access to the lake, an excellent view of the mountain, and is peaceful and quiet.

This campground is a bit larger than most on this list, with almost 30 individual sites, but only 12 of them allow car camping, so you can hike into the others if you want to get away from your fellow campers.

Where will you get off the grid?

10 Minute Easy Chocolate Saltine Toffee

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5 ingredients

Vegetarian

Baking & Spices

1 cup Brown sugar, light

1 11oz. package

Milk chocolate chips

Nuts & Seeds

1 cup Pecans

1 Saltine crackers

1 cup butter

Line pan with tin foil..then lay crackers down

On your stovetop, melt the light brown sugar and butter until foamy. Pour over the crackers.

Bake in the oven for 7 minutes at 350 degrees. Once removed, immediately sprinkle with chocolate chips. Let the chips soften and melt, then spread with a large baking scraper.

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