I used to say that corn and cows get the best views. Now I'll add "boondockers."
These guys get pretty close.
You may say they're herbivores, but I don't care for the way they chew while they look at me.
We can even get bad TV.
Sometimes people visit the wilderness without their potty. It happens. Some people who only use conventional toilets think that poop and toilet paper vanish magically when they flush. RVers can correct that notion. Toilet paper abides. The rain is not going to melt it. Wind and sun will not disintegrate it. Pulling up your pants and walking away does not dissolve it. You may as well be wiping with Tupperware.
It's cold enough tonight for us to be in thermal pajamas and have Mr. Heaty on. Tomorrow night will require 10° more thermal protection and another log on Mr. Heaty.
Levonne Gaddy and her husband spent three years full-timing in their RV and volunteering at California state parks. Now Levonne is involved in a creative project around her experience, and she is making you a Decent Proposal. Read about it HERE.
Let me know if you have a shop or service you'd like me to mention in our RV holiday round-up. I keep calling it that, so I'll probably stick to it. I'll post it around Thanksgiving, either before or after Walmart employees have to get up from their turkey dinner and get to selling flat-screen TVs.
Which boosts me onto my soapbox (grunt) to remind you that buying from artisans and independent vendors means that you're actually supporting a real person's efforts. They're taking that money to the Piggly Wiggly, or they're buying a few gallons of gasoline, or they're filling their propane tanks. In return, you're receiving a product that you will not see everywhere else. When someone admires it, you will say Thank you - it was handmade by an artist I found in _____. Which is 1000 X cooler than saying you got it at Walmart. And you won't have to get up at 4 AM to buy it.
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