I'm spending today packing and getting ready to leave tomorrow, I've decided I want to go to Congress Arizona and spend some time at the escapees RV park there. One of the reasons I picked that spot is it looks like there may be a lot of places to boondock in the deserts around Congress. And I think using the escapees park as a home base while I scout for boondocking spots might be a way for me to learn more about boondocking while still having the comfort and safety of an RV park.
I've always wanted to boondock more than I do but I don't have much experience with living out in the middle of nowhere and this seems like a way to slowly ease into the experience. Last year I put five 140 Watt Kyocera solar panels on the Arctic Fox and four 6 Volt Trojan batteries to store the electricity, I also installed a 1000 Watt inverter which so far has all been working very well for the short times that I have dry camped.
One of the things that I would like to do is make videos of how to get to the different boondocking spots that I stay at or visit. I see a lot of information on the Internet about where to boondock, but very little about how to get there and what the roads looks like. So I am going to make videos starting at the main road and driving all the way to the spots or areas where it's legal to boondock. That way you can see what the roads look like, and be able to make a decision on whether or not you can make it across a dry wash or under a tree or have room to turn around.
Now don't expect miracles, it takes a lot of skill to make an interesting video and those are skills I do not yet possess, but I will work on it. It may take a lot of time but as far as I know time is one thing I have plenty of.