Saturday, September 29, 2012

Big-rig dispersed camping (boondocking) at the North Rim, Grand Canyon

 
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This is the last of this year's installment of "Big-Rig Boondocking on the North Rim." Enjoy, but maybe wait until next year.

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10 comments:

Sherry said...

This is GREAT. I'll just follow you guys around the year after you go places and you can scout out all the big rig boondocking spots. So where are you going next summer so I can plan for 2014?? :-)))

The Good Luck Duck said...

One day we'll find ourselves in the same campsite. That will be cool, except the running might scare me.

Vicki said...

Yep...time to start thinking of moving off the mountain...we're lower than Flag but the mornings are in the 40's. We'll be moving off down to the desert next month...still to warm down there right now!

Rubye Jack said...

So. what or where are you doing/going now?

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

Wait until next year? Are you opposed to shoveling your way into the perfect boondocking site?

The Good Luck Duck said...

P & M, I, personally, am very opposed, but I should not impose that bias on you. Forget I said anything about waiting.

RJ, we're in Flagstaff right now. Temps are holding for now.

Vicki, we shiver in the morning, too. What part of the desert will you be in?

Rick Doyle said...

Even though I'm not a boondocker, it's been interesting seeing some of the spots I'll probably never camp in (if this makes any sense)!

stillhowlyn said...

How far off the main road are these? Think we might be a little late in the season...

The Good Luck Duck said...

It makes sense, Rick. I like seeing how other people do their thing, too.

Lynda, it just may be pushing the season's end now. The road is decent, but the road from Jacob Lake (67) closes after the first good snow (which could happen any time now), and the Park itself closes mid-October.

Leigh said...

THESE are the coordinates we're going to try! :)

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