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About Rich Adventures with Rich and Tammy

My wife Tammy and I left the rat race to pursue our dreams of Camp Hosting fulltime in our RV at beautiful destinations across this country.

Yuma VFW camping

  Pic 1: VFW sign 2: Rich all geared up for a hike 3: An old swimming pool in the desert which is now a giant sandbox. 4: Moonset over the campground 5: Charlie sure loves his naptime….. We are … Continue reading

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Tumco Mine site

We have moved from the Tumco mine townsite and closer to Yuma. It was an enjoyable experience utilizing all of our boondocking experience. I used my solar shower there for the first time. The jug of water heats up in … Continue reading

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Moved on to Yuma

We have moved on to Arizona near Yuma. The Sonoran desert is beautiful in the winter. Sunsets are wonderful. Been hiking every day with Charlie. Charlie got a mohawk haircut. Very few other campers near us. We are near an … Continue reading

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Anza-Borrego State Park

Our next stop was to Anza-Borrego State Park, at over 600,000 acres in size, the largest state park in California. I had been there once for a couple of days, but Tammy had never seen it. It is part of … Continue reading

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And away we go!

Tammy and I decided to be brave and head out on the open road again in our RV. We quit our jobs, loaded up the RV and got out of the rat race one more time. This time we have … Continue reading

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Green Valley Campground

Well, we finally arrived at our work site for the summer. It is very beautiful, in a little community of cabins halfway between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino mountains of southern California. They have a … Continue reading

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Joshua Tree National Park

The next leg of our trip found us at Black Rock campground in Joshua Tree National Park. This was the same campground where we camp hosted in 2013. April is the best month to be here as the wildflowers, cactus, … Continue reading

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