Boondocking
Boondocking
Chemise Mountain - The Lost Coast
Chemise Mountain - The Lost Coast
Pensacola Pelican
Pensacola Pelican
Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon
Tall Grass - The Lost Coast
Tall Grass - The Lost Coast
Half Dome - Yosemite Valley
Half Dome - Yosemite Valley
Purple Flower
Purple Flower
Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon
Backcountry
Backcountry
Sara in Maine
Sara in Maine
Mountain Bluebird
Mountain Bluebird
Cemetery
Cemetery
Fort Davis Texas
Fort Davis Texas
Hyndrangea
Hyndrangea
SoHum Forest
SoHum Forest
South of Everywhere
South of Everywhere
SoHum Forest II
SoHum Forest II
Arizona Winery
Arizona Winery
Mammoth Hot Springs
Mammoth Hot Springs
Yosemite Falls
Yosemite Falls
Creek
Creek
Ned's Point Lighthouse
Ned's Point Lighthouse
The Watchman
The Watchman
Hawkeye
Hawkeye
The Last Free Place
The Last Free Place
Orange Flower
Orange Flower
Boothill Cemetery
Boothill Cemetery
Atlantis
Atlantis
AZ Wine Trail
AZ Wine Trail
Friends & Yellow Fields
Friends & Yellow Fields
SoHum Forest III
SoHum Forest III
Lost Mine Trail
Lost Mine Trail
End of the Road
End of the Road
Morning Fog
Morning Fog
Trail Magic
Trail Magic
Garnet Hill YNP
Garnet Hill YNP
Camping the Lost Coast
Camping the Lost Coast
Fairy Falls
Fairy Falls
Bombay Beach
Bombay Beach
Boondocking
Boondocking     If you want to start a heated debate on an RV-ing message board, casually throw around the term "boondocking." The usual definition is rv-ing with no water or electric hookups also referred to as "dry-camping." But to many, boondocking is so much more. It implies camping for free on public lands, way out in no man's land, and hints at an extended stay. You don't boondock for one night or when you're traveling to another destination. You don't boondock in a city or at a rest stop.     Boondocking is a philosophy, a way of life, and, to some, a faith to be defended. Boondockers love the idea of being somewhere no one else knows about almost as much as they love arguing over the definition of boondocking. Want to derail a thread on Facebook? Say you boondocked at Walmart overnight, sit back, and watch the world burn.
Chemise Mountain - The Lost Coast
Chemise Mountain - The Lost Coast
Pensacola Pelican
Pensacola PelicanWalking through Pensacola, Florida you'll find dozens of huge vibrantly painted pelicans.
Bryce Canyon
Bryce CanyonA short hike down into the canyon was just a taste of a place we would love to return!
Tall Grass - The Lost Coast
Tall Grass - The Lost CoastHiking through the tall grass on the southern stretch of the Lost Coast Trail in Northern California.
Half Dome - Yosemite Valley
Half Dome - Yosemite ValleyThe most iconic feature rising above Yosemite Valley. Sara took an afternoon photo class with the Ansel Adams Gallery to snap this shot.
Purple Flower
Purple Flower
Antelope Canyon
Antelope CanyonThis winding slot canyon in Northern Arizona full of deep reds and oranges was an amazing place to see light trickle in from above.
Backcountry
BackcountryA section of the Beaver Ponds trail winding through the backcountry of Yellowstone.
Sara in Maine
Sara in MaineOne of my hobbies on the road is snapping photos of Sara snapping photos. 
Mountain Bluebird
Mountain BluebirdA common sight while hiking in Yellowstone, a quick, small, blue blur whizzing by your face to settle on aa nearby branch.
Cemetery
CemeteryA raised cemetery in Breaux Bridge, LA. This photo was taken as we walked off our breakfast from Cafe Des Amis where we fought through a crowded bar at eight a.m. to eat and listen to the band blast out Zydeco through the open front doors.
Fort Davis Texas
Fort Davis TexasFort Davis, Texas is one of the darkest places in the country and one of the best places to watch the night sky. Local laws prohibit exterior lighting after 9 pm and people are vigilant with heavy curtains trying to preserve the dark. This was the first place I had ever seen the Milky Way.
Hyndrangea
HyndrangeaA morning walk while still living in Mattapoisett, MA took us by these blue beauties peaking through the neighbors fence.
SoHum Forest
SoHum ForestDriving North from San Francisco billboards start to promise of a wonderland ahead. Alice themed signs lead you to Southern Humboldt County where we found these signs leading us through a forest trail in Garberville. 
South of Everywhere
South of Everywhere
SoHum Forest II
SoHum Forest IIDriving North from San Francisco billboards start to promise of a wonderland ahead. Alice themed signs lead you to Southern Humboldt County where we found these signs leading us through a forest trail in Garberville. 
Arizona Winery
Arizona Winery
Mammoth Hot Springs
Mammoth Hot Springs
Yosemite Falls
Yosemite Falls
Creek
Creek
Ned's Point Lighthouse
Ned's Point Lighthouse
The Watchman
The Watchman
Hawkeye
Hawkeye
The Last Free Place
The Last Free Place
Orange Flower
Orange Flower
Boothill Cemetery
Boothill Cemetery
Atlantis
Atlantis
AZ Wine Trail
AZ Wine Trail
Friends & Yellow Fields
Friends & Yellow Fields
SoHum Forest III
SoHum Forest III
Lost Mine Trail
Lost Mine Trail
End of the Road
End of the Road
Morning Fog
Morning Fog
Trail Magic
Trail Magic
Garnet Hill YNP
Garnet Hill YNP
Camping the Lost Coast
Camping the Lost Coast
Fairy Falls
Fairy Falls
Bombay Beach
Bombay Beach
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