While we were at a Toby Keith concert, between a set of songs, he explained that some of his most successful music he’s composed are called ‘bus songs’; offbeat songs he’d written in the back of his bus…errrr….RV. I guess if you’re going to find inspiration, it only makes sense for some to find it ‘on the road’.
Just because we live in an RV doesn’t mean that I have to forgo getting dressed up or give up the latest fashion. If any of you know me personally, I like to doll myself up when we go out to dinner, visit with friends and family or just to go shopping. I said to myself when we started this adventure that I was not going to turn into…FRUMP GIRL.
As full-time RVers, most of us have heard the parking terms boondocking, moochdocking and lotdocking however, there’s also another called Farmdocking.Farmdocking is when Farmers (or Ranchers) permit an RVer to park on their farm in lieu of helping with chores. Payment is in the form of work.
That’s what I muttered to myself as I was traipsing through the barnacle-like ‘death beach’ of the Salton Sea. Tons of barnacles (and other indescribable things) that laid before waters edge to even hundreds of yards inland. This should have never happened…
As RVers, we are on a continuous quest to make everything easier, less stressful and more fun for when we boondock. The most important supply we need to have onboard Liberty is water. Hence, we needed to find a way to procure potable drinking water but also get it into our water tank without packing up everything and hitching up to drive to a water source.