From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
We remember our first time boondocking. It was the quiet that we most noticed.
There were no traffic sounds. No TV sets from nearby campsites. No laughter, no murmuring voices of anyone else. Just us.
And yet, camped in the middle of the wilds of northern Michigan miles from the nearest paved road or power line, it wasn’t completely silent.
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