Our regular readers already know that we're not "RV park" type of campers. We don't like to have neighbours too close by and we like to have a nice view out of our windows. That's just what's important to us. That usually entails some form of boondocking, and we sure did our fair share of that this year!
So...in chronological order...(if you click the date, it will bring you to the blog post from that day)...
January 8, 2015
In the mountains south of the Copper Canyon, Mexico. Cost: Free.
Overlooking Mexico's Copper Canyon. Cost: 20 pesos ($1.65).
Camping with the burros at Imperial Dam, Arizona. Cost: Free.
Theodore Roosevelt National Forest, Arizona. Cost: Free.
Burnt Corrall Campground. Best view of the year, I think! Cost: $7.00 per night.
Near Flagstaff. It was not as cold as it looks! This was a great spot. (Thanks Grace!). Cost: Free.
A perfect boondocking spot east of Salt Lake City. Perfect. Cost: Free.
Eagle Creek Campground near Yellowstone. Cost: $7.00.
Toadstool Geologic Park, Nebraska. Cost $3 day use plus $2 more to camp. Nice!
Right here where we are just now at Valle de Bravo, Mexico. We love it here! Cost: Not sure yet! It will depend on how many nights we stay. Probably around $8.00 per night.
We hope that you enjoyed camping with us this year. We enjoyed having you along!