From the bloggers at Watson Wander.
Well it had to happen at some point. After 71 consecutive days of boondocking we exchanged our freedom and wide open views for long showers and an endless supply of electricity. Our first taste of campground life since the end of 2015 was at the lovely Sand Hollow State Park in the very southwest corner of Utah.
I feel like I should have some deep words of reflection, or at the least some wisdom, to share about our longest stretch of boondocking ever. Truthfully though, I am struggling to come up anything inspiring or revolutionary in nature. Maybe because everything there is to be written about boondocking has already been said by countless bloggers and travelers. Or maybe boondocking simply no longer feels like the great accomplishment it once did.
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