Full-timing Trailer Trash Hash tales from the Anza Borrego Desert in Southern California.
Incessant wind is sometimes the price you pay for free RV boondocking in Borrego Springs California.
Fulltime snowbiding and indulging in cherimoya fruit, fuertes and Ricardo Breceda artwork in the desert town of Borrego Springs California.
Free RV boondocking and good eats at the Anza Borrrego Farmers Market in Borrego Springs CA.
Anza Borrego Desert eats wireless router RV boondocking. Quick fix and tips for faulty internet and poor cell service in the southwest.
Photo essay explaining why Jim hates windy weather most of all while RVing full-time, from desert winds tornado warnings.
We have a few favorite pieces of artwork collected over the years, with limited wall space in our RV.
A random selection of road trip photos from 12 years of full-time RVing.
While boondocking in bitterly cold temperatures far from civilization in Nevada, I wonder, what’s the difference between an idiot and an adventurer?
There’s currently a winter storm pounding the Northeast with snow, freezing rain and record low temperatures. That’s too bad. That’s also why you’ll find us in some Southwest desert come this time of year. Before we fled Colorado to fly south this winter though, we got hammered with a fair dumping of our own. How […]