From the bloggers at RV Wheel Life.
This is the final post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding.
- Reserve early: If you know where you want to spend part of your winter, then reserve as early as possible. Snowbirds often go back to the same places year after year and they will frequently make their reservations at the end of the previous season.
- Rolls of quarters: Jo Ann Bender lists dozens of recommendations in her memoir Snowbirds. She reminds travelers to take along several rolls of quarters for such tasks as laundry and highway tolls.
- “Snowbird Guide to Boondocking in the Southwestern Deserts” by Bob Difley, 2011. An informative guide that points RVers to the millions of acres of public land to boondock (dry camp without hookups) free or very cheaply. It also provides insights on what to expect in the dry climate of the winter deserts, including wildlife, trees, plants and wildflowers that are unique to the desert environment.
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