We took our RV to the Grand Canyon and camped for free! This was our first time visiting and the views are overwhelming. We spend a few days exploring the Bright Angel Trail (we didn’t hike all the way down), checking out the great views, enjoying the ice cream, and a surprise stop at the end yielded the best views yet.
Join us for VLOG number 34 at the Grand Canyon as we Go Create Every Day!
We try out our first Harvest Host free RV camping spot and get stuck in the sand! Our stay at From The Farm in Yuma, AZ, was delicious, gorgeous, and hot. The cabbage leaf tacos, fresh from the field, we’re delicious and the ice cream cones were a refreshingly cool treat.
We camped just outside of one of the working fields in a dusty patch and ended up getting our tires stuck in the sand. After a quiet and beautiful evening we dug out of the sand and headed off deeper into the heart of Arizona.
RV camping in Joshua Tree National Park is an amazing experience! Amazing rock formations, incredible sunsets, rainbow clouds, and wind swept cliff tops. We stayed in the Cottonwood campground and just fit with our 29 foot travel trailer. We hiked Skull Rock, Keyes Views, Mastodon Peak, and the Cholla Cactus Garden. It’s all dry camping/boon-docking but so worth it.
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As we took off to officially head out of our hometown area we discovered water leaking out the the underside of our RV! The repair shops we’re all booked out for weeks, so we parked on some families property and started taking things apart.
After fixing the leak we head out of town and stop at IKEA of course for a few essentials. Then onward we go, only to have our reservations outside Pt. Reyes National Seashore cancelled due to flooding.
Well, if you can’t beat them you might as well join them so we decide to embrace the rain and go waterfall chasing in it!