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Jesse A

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    simi valley ca
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    Hiking, biking, exploring, camping, travel, video creating, photography.

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  1. Moab Utah is a great destination for many reasons. Multiple National Parks, BLM boondocking, mountain biking, and endless offroading opportunities. North and south of Moab there are many great opportunities for dispersed camping, Overlanding is very popular in the area as well. We talk about the 4x4 trails and easter jeep safari. We hope you enjoy this video and find value.
  2. Overlanding Moab Utah in a travel trailer has been a great experience. Our smaller Nash travel trailer has allowed us to find some smaller dispersed camping locations. In this episode, our digital nomad lifestyle takes us to a new free camping location just south of Moab Utah. This camping spot is tricky to get to. Starting at the lower main boondocking area where all the larger RVs are we head up the hill. This camp requires us to back down a steep hill, through a ditch, and on an off-camber section. Video might not do justice but this Overlanding camp spot was a tough one.
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    Moab Utah

    In this travel day to Moab Utah, RVing full-time with our new smaller travel trailer brings us to a remote off-grid boondocking spot. Free camping with a small trailer is the reason we downsized! We have been to Moab Utah many years ago to travel the White Rim Trail. This time we plan on spending a few weeks in the area. With our new travel trailer we plan on getting to more remote or Overlanding type boondocking locations.Taking our travel trailer offroad to this dispersed camping spot is a little more stressful than we thought. Thansk for watching.
  4. Overlanding Zion National Park is a very unique way to see the park. We start off by boondocking near Sand Hollow State Park and then make the short drive into Zion. It's going to be a good day on the trail. Our overland Ram is built exactly for this trail. It's good at everything but great at nothing. Using this ram 2500 as our tow rig, rock crawler, and overland vehicle allows us to see some pretty unique terrain. We have been to Zion National Park a few times but never seen it this way, meaning offroad. It seems like it's a different perspective getting out on the trails.
  5. RVing the Imperial Sand Dunes near Glamis California! In this video, we test out our new to us Nash 17k travel trailer, boondock at the Imperial Sand Dunes, and go offroading. ↙↙↙ RV living takes us to Southern California to explore the Glamis Sand dunes. We boondock near wash 6 close to the railroad tracks. Our new travel trailer does great but it has a few small issues we will work out over time. We take the prerunners out in the dunes and have a good time getting a few trucks stuck. We hope you enjoy this video, thanks for watching.
  6. RVing Mexico in Baja's East Cape was probably the highlight of our trip down to Baja. Starting in Cabo San Lucas we stop at a Costco and load up on groceries. Getting ready to tackle 60 miles of dirt roads. Overlanding Baja in a truck camper is probably one of the greatest adventures yet. Overlanding in our truck campers allows us to travel at a fast-paced rate and we make easy work of the dirt roads down here. Baja California is very diverse and this video really showcases its beauty.
  7. RVing in Baja California, is it safe? After spending over one month in Baja California we have determined that Mexico is safe. In this video, we go through a few incidents that we personally experienced in Baja. RVing Baja California is very popular for Americans. Baja offers a lot if you love beautiful free beach boondocking. From our personal experience, Baja California seems to be pretty safe. We talk about border crossings, Mexican police, the Mexican military, Baja roads, and visiting larger cities in Baja. Hopefully, this video helps to put you at ease, making your trip to Baja much easier.
  8. RVing in Baja is a great adventure, but RV trip planning can be overwhelming. In this video, Melissa and I go through what we did to plan for our trip to Baja California Mexico. RVing or Overlanding Baja California can be quite intimidating when you first start to look into this trip. We compiled everything you need to know to have a safe trip to Mexico. We start with three categories, Items you will need for your camper or RV. Proper documentation and paperwork that is required for Mexico. Also what to expect, the Mexico border crossing, Mexican military checkpoints, and a few other details. Like always we hope you like this video and find it valuable.
  9. RVing Baja California is a very exciting experience, but can you take a large RV to Baja? In this video, we break down the pros and cons of a large RV vs a smaller truck camper and driving to Baja California. After almost one month in Baja California, we are back. We had a great time in our truck camper boondocking on beautiful beaches. The whole trip we were thinking to ourselves, Would we take our 5th wheel to Baja? When we headed south to the U.S. border in a borrowed truck camper this kept going through our minds. With our experience, this video should help you make the right choice if you are planning on heading south to Baja Mexico.
  10. While Overlanding Baja California it's inevitable you will need to perform an off-road recovery. We just didn't think it would be us. In this video, we get stuck on a beach in Baja California Mexico. Overlanding Baja California Mexico requires a good 4x4 vehicle and off-road recovery gear. In this video, we planned to drive to the beach to take some pictures and Melissa got in a little bit over her head. Forgetting that the overland Ram 2500 was loaded with a truck camper made things quite a bit worse. Recovering our ram from the sandy and rocky terrain ends up bring quite the challenge. Don't forget to subscribe.
  11. Santa Rosalia is a small coastal town located in Baja California Mexico. In this travel vlog, we drive from Guerrero Negro through Santa Rosalia eventually ending in Mulege and an incredible boondocking spot. Overlanding Baja California in a truck camper has been incredible. It allows us to be extremely mobile and flexible. We discuss some issues we would have had if we were RVing. Touching on an app called IOverlander that we normally don't use in the states. Different styles of travel called for different types of apps. We hope you enjoy these great boondocking locations we stay at!
  12. RVing in Baja California Mexico is destined to be an adventure! As digital nomads we are constantly traveling around America, for these next few videos we will be Overlanding Baja California in our truck camper. Lately, we have been Overlanding or talking about going small for various reasons. In this series of videos, we borrow a 1974 Bell truck camper for a few weeks while we are RVing/Overlanding Baja California Mexico. In this video, we give you a quick tour of the truck camper we will be living in. Show you our new Lion Energy Safari LT and portable solar panels that will fulfill all of our power needs for the trip. Cross over the Mexico border and head south into Baja California eventually ending in San Felipe Mexico. We really hope you enjoy this small series of videos! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM13GFMR9z0
  13. Saguaro National Park Travel Vlog! Located just outside Tucson Arizona, Saguaro National Park is a massive 92,000 acre National Park spread out at two separate locations. This park has a lot to offer. On black Friday we decide to get out of the RV and leave our boondocking spot. We take a day trip to Saguaro National Park. Starting the day off with a drive around the Cactus Forest scenic loop. Making a stop at Javelina Rocks to explore a little more. This is what RV living is all about, our backyard changes every few weeks! Don't forget to subscribe.
  14. Hiking in Picacho Peak State Park was an incredible experience. Located just 30 minutes north of Tucson Arizona this hike won't disappoint. It's fairly flat until you start your ascent up the cables. We decide to do this hike in mid-Novermber and the temps were great. Boondocking nearby makes it easy to get an early start. We highly recommend bringing some rubber-coated gloves for the cable section. This is what RV life is all about. Don't forget to subscribe! https://youtu.be/XPrdrPyafNY
  15. Gilbert Ray campground is located near Tucson Arizona. It's in close proximity to the city and offers 30 amp hookups, trash, and large RV friendly sites. RVing fulltime can often come with many expenses. State parks are great if you are looking to save money. With Saguaro National Park close by, there are many opportunities for mountain biking, hiking, and photography. We hope you enjoy this campground review. Don't forget to subscribe. https://youtu.be/Zaaqe5p97V8
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