Do you have a favorite boondocking spot between here and there that you'd share with us? We'll leave it all tidy, promise.
I wanted to tell you about Sidewinder Road, off Ogilby Road. The address is officially Winterhaven, CA, if you want to Google. I won't look. There are a lot of big, level, open sites along this road. You can even spend fourteen days next to an archaeological site, and I mean NEXT TO. When you turn onto Sidewinder from Ogilby, you are right at the busiest railroad crossing I have ever experienced. Keep going down the road; the further you go, the fainter the "whoo" at the crossing.
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Or, check out American Girl Mine Road. On the right, just past Sidewinder Road. Same deal with the train; keep on keepin' on until you get a decent distance from the train. The difference between a raucous, rumbling railroad and a melancholy, lonesome whistle is at least a quarter mile. After a while, American Girl Mine Road diverges from _____Road. _____Road is your best bet for parking. Stay left. The further you go, the iffier your Verizon signal will be. ATT? Don't make us laugh. No, do!
Ogilby Road has a bunch of level sites of its own that go on for miles. Pass the "fee area," like I have to tell you that. We smirk and snort when we pass the people paying. There aren't any amenities there, either. Unless they're parking and not paying ... park on, dudes.
So, I'll be sitting up tonight waiting for your boondocking suggestions. Annie is boiling me a pot of coffee right now.