Our Spectacular Fall RV Trip – A 6,000 Mile Adventure

Murphy and I left Washington on October 1, 2020, for another RV trip. Our adventure was filled with crazy weather conditions, beautiful boondocking locations, new friends, magical sunsets, and plenty of solitude.

RV Trip

During our RV trip, we visited sixteen states and were able to add five new stickers to our visited states map; North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. Only five more to go in the lower forty-eight.

We added six new national park stickers to the door; Glacier, Theodore Roosevelt, Badlands, Wind Cave, White Sands, and Death Valley National Parks. You can find more information about visited states maps in this post.

3 Reasons You’ll Love Having A Visited States Map

3 Reasons You’ll Love Having A Visited States Map

We boondocked in Montana.

Complete Guide to RV Camping Montana
Near Fort Peck, Montana

South Dakota

Badlands Overlook – Boondocking On The Edge of a Cliff


Free Camping in Arizona – Camping and Boondocking Guide
Roadrunner BLM – Quartzsite, AZ

and California.

Near the East Entrance of Death Valley

Over the nine-plus weeks we were out we towed the trailer more than six-thousand three-hundred miles.

Our next trip is still in the planning stages. We leave just after the first of the year and I’m sure it’ll be another great trip.

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