Boondocking with Joe Skeen in El Malpais National Conservation Area, New Mexico
Joe Skeen is easily the nicest free campground we have stayed at, thus far. We were lucky to nab the last of about a dozen spots on this BLM area. I’m not really sure who Joe Skeen is but I’m thankful for the campground bearing his name.
How to Secure Your Camper
After purchasing a travel trailer or camper, the last thing you want is for someone to drive off with it. There’s a few simple ways you can secure your investment.
Bridgeton is a small town in Parke County in West Central Indiana. It is an annual host to the Covered Bridge Festival in October.
Castillo San Felipe del Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Castillo San Felipe del Morro (also known as El Morro) is a citadel located in San Juan in north western Puerto Rico. King Charles V of Spain ordered construction of the citadel in 1539. It remained under Spanish control until 1898 when Spain ceded control of Puerto Rico to the United States under the Treaty […]
Shades State Park, Waveland, Indiana
Shade State Park in west central Indiana is simply beautiful. Its often overlooked as many Hoosiers choose Turkey Run, a nearby state park, but Shades has plenty to offer. Its usually less crowded with the views as still amazing. There is plenty of hiking between canyons and cliffs across the 3000 acres.
Boondocking At Lake Meredith, Sugar City, Colorado
Lake Meredith is a reservoir near Sugar City, Colorado. Its the perfect place to spend the night and do a little fishing.
The Wabashiki Wetlands are part of a larger Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area (FWA) west of Terre Haute, Indiana. Wabashiki has been featured frequently by the local media for recreational opportunities as well as bird watching. While I’m focusing on kayaking for this post, I don’t want to ignore what else Wabashiki has to offer. […]
Turkey Run State Park, Marshall, Indiana
I’m not sure I’ve ever met anyone that didn’t like Turkey Run State Park. Its a refuge in a state covered in corn and beans. Its known for its gorges and canyons cut out of Mansfield sandstone.
Fort Macon, Carteret County, North Carolina
Construction on Fort Macon began in 1826 in response to the War of 1812 and other European conflicts. It was built as part of the Second System of US Fortifications. The Fort’s main claim to fame was the Civil War battle fought on April 25, 1862. Union forces commanded Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside had […]