After three pleasant winter months in Pahrump, Nevada, we’re gearing up to drive our motorhome to Utah where we’ll store it while we do a road trip to Phoenix, Tucson and Denver to visit friends and family and attend a conference before we settle just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park for the summer.
To retrain our road and dry camping muscles, we moved from our full hookup site (water, electric, sewer) to a boondock (dry camping site). We’re making sure all the systems are go and we’re relearning how to conserve water and energy before spending a week dry camping at Lake Mead. Why dry camping? It’s mostly a budget-saving decision with very little inconvenience.
We start our journey tomorrow, Wednesday.