I've always felt that you're never too old to learn new things especially when it comes to RVing and boondocking because places and things change over time. But in the past when it came to furthering my RVing knowledge, I always listened to people who were considerably older than I am, people with eons of RVing experience, people who started RVing before America's roads were paved and whose first RV was a covered wagon, people like.... Barney the Old Fat Man.
But recently I started watching some RV videos on "Creativity RV" by a young woman who specializes in boondocking much like the old boondork, but who seems to have caught on to the concept much faster than I ever did. She has a lot of videos out there, and I've only watched a few, but even though I've got socks older than her, I think I gained some insight and information about boondocking in each video I've watched. So it looks like I may have to change my way of thinking and start listening to RV advice from people that are younger than me, which is darn near everybody.