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Kofa View BLM near Quartzsite, Arizona

We extended our stay in Las Vegas because we planned to fly to New York for a TV appearance; Leanne on the Live with Kelly and Ryan. Unfortunately, Leanne got struck with immobilizing neck pain, and we had to cancel the New York trip last-minute. Needless to say, both of us were itching to ...

Oasis RV Resort in Las Vegas

Most of the time we prefer to set up on BLM land or in a national or state park, but we needed to be in one place for a few weeks and ended up booking a spot at the Oasis RV Resort in Las Vegas. We were here for Christmas and New Years. The park ...

Silurian Hills near Baker, California

We spent an entire week parked on the dried out lake bed at the foot of the Silurian Hills near Baker, California. For now, this is our favorite BLM site. It was early December, and it wasn't too hot during the day, but got quite chilly at night. We also experienced a few days ...

Trona Pinnacles in California

We visited the Trona Pinnacles (35.6159391,-117.3824838) in early December during our stay at the Keyesville BLM campground. The Trona Pinnacles are on BLM land and camping is allowed. The Wikipedia page has quite a bit of information about this piece of art that nature has given us. The road from highway CA-178 to the ...

Keyesville BLM near Lake Isabella, California

We spent a couple of days at the Keysville BLM near Lake Isabella (35.634299, -118.492629) in California, towards the end of November, before heading to Nevada. We disconnected our Jeep from Explorker2, our motorcoach when we arrive to do some recon work. After our adventurous drive to and from the Redinger Lake BLM site, ...

Lake Isabella RV Park

We left the Keyesville BLM site one day before we had planned to, after our late-night encounter with a gentlemen that was displeased with our disinterest in opening our coach door for him late into the evening. We decided to stop at the Lake Isabella RV Park to fill up on water and dump ...

Redinger Primitive Campground, California

The Redinger Primitive Campground (37°08'45.8"N, 119°27'01.0"W) is a BLM site, and there are no fees to stay here. There are no power, water, or sewer hook-ups. We stayed here toward the end of November and the weather was amazing. This campground is a great spot if you want a place to disconnect, but it ...

Winchester Mystery House

The Winchester House is a very cool place to check out if you're in the San Francisco / San Jose area. The house, which is really a mansion, was built by Sarah Lockwood Winchester, the widow of William Wirt Winchester, who was the son of the Winchester Firearms Company founder. After William's death, Sarah ...

Bakersfield River Run RV Park

After a few days of dry-camping at the Redinger Lake, we chose to continue our trek south. We made the Bakersfield River Run RV Park our next stop, staying here for 2 days to stock up on supplies, dump our tanks, and fill-up on water. The park is conveniently located right off highway 99, ...

Jelly Belly Factory

The Jelly Belly Factory Tour was very interesting, it was also free, which is always nice. The factory is located in Fairfield, California. If you want more information about the tour, check out this page. Unfortunately, we chose a Sunday to visit the factory, and there was no production going on. We recommend you plan ...

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