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The Complete Book of Boondock RVing: Camping Off the Beaten Path Paperback – November 2, 2007
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Here’s Your Guide to Camping Off the Beaten Path
Ever feel frustrated by crowded RV parks? Yearn to camp out in the wild beside a babbling mountain brook or before a remote panoramic vista? Bill and Jan Moeller have been doing just that for more than thirty years, and The Complete Book of Boondock RVing is their complete guide to camping without hookups (aka "dry camping"). Whether you’re planning to spend an occasional overnight in a parking lot or an extended stay in the wilderness, you’ll learn how to equip your rig for boondocking, find great campsites, manage and conserve electricity and water, and camp in complete RV comfort and convenience.
- Increase your independence by learning how to camp "off the grid"
- Save money by finding cheap or free campsites anywhere--even in large cities
- Ensure your comfort, convenience, and safety when camping in the boonies
- Learn how to conserve and manage electricity, water, and waste, and to establish reliable communications
- Enjoy the quiet, solitude, and beauty of nature by getting away from crowded RV campgrounds
Bill and Jan Moeller have been fulltime RV campers for more than three decades. They have written several bestselling RV books, including RVing Basics, RV Electrical Systems, and Complete Guide to Full-Time RVing, along with a nationally syndicated newspaper column about RVing.
About the Author
Bill Moeller has been a full-time RV camper for more than three decades.With his wife, Jan, he has written several bestselling RV books, including RVing Basics, RV Electrical Systems, and Full-Time RVing, and a nationally syndicated newspaper column about RVing.
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Top Customer Reviews
The bottom line is that the Complete Book of Boondocking will go on our next garage sale.
For an average RVer who wants to learn about the intricacies of boondocking, it was way too technical and boring actually, for me to stick with.
The verbage was wordy, wordy, wordy and went on way too long to hang with for long. What seemed could be covered in a paragraph or two turned into 6 pages of repeat information, said 3 different ways.
Am sure engineers turned RVers would absorb most of the information, but the rest of us .... uhhh, not. I've gotten more out of bloggers explaining how/what/why they added a solar system to their rig ... in 3 or 4 posts total.
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This book was PERFECT for me as a new 36 ft Class A motor home (2004) owner. The user manual that accompanied the sale were adequate, but lacked the requisite detailed knowledge... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel J. Eberle
When I first saw this book and ordered it, I thought it was going to include a list of places recommended to go. That wasn't the case. It was just a "how to" book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelly Kaatz
This was a fun book to look through. It is easy to read small portions of it and then come back later and pick up where you left off. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JKR789