• Ep. 126: Carlsbad Caverns National Park | New Mexico RV travel camping
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    Ep. 126: Carlsbad Caverns National Park | New Mexico RV travel camping

    Greetings! I’m Marc Guido, and welcome back to Grand Adventure! We are boondocking in Carlsbad, New Mexico, where we’re going to visit not one, but two national parks in this episode. So stay tuned! So we’re dispersed camping in a BLM area that’s known as Fence Canyon. We’re about a mile up a dirt road right off the US highway that leads for three and a half miles right over to Carlsbad Caverns National Park. This has been a marvelous spot to camp. I do need to caution you: the road is a little rough getting up here, and it is a little steep, but with your time and patience…

  • ROUND 12: THE FINAL STRETCH
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    ROUND 12: THE FINAL STRETCH

    We found a spot by a lake with about a million flies all around it Sofia is already upset about it but unfortunately timing-wise I don’t think we’re gonna be able to find anything anything better you would never picture that this was the Miami princess carrying a timber log I’ve made a terrible mistake, as the co-pilot it is my job to research campgrounds and make sure we have a place to sleep at night so I went on the Google and I found a bunch of nice things around about the forests and whatever and then there was like one blog post about boondocking and the Missouri River…

  • Ep. 97: Arches National Park & Moab | Utah camping RV travel
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    Ep. 97: Arches National Park & Moab | Utah camping RV travel

    Hey folk, welcome back to Grand Adventure! I’m your host Marc Guido, and we’re back out again with my buddy Bob. You may remember Bob from a couple of our episodes last year, including when we went out in the West Desert, out the Pony Express Trail in search of — and finding — a herd of wild horses. If you haven’t seen that episode yet, it’s a pretty cool one. I’ll put a link right up here on the screen and you can go check it out. But in the meantime we’re down in the Moab, Utah area, right outside of Arches National Park. We’re about ten miles north…

  • Boondocking 101: Safe RV Lot-Docking ~ Winter Urban Camping
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    Boondocking 101: Safe RV Lot-Docking ~ Winter Urban Camping

    well good evening everybody from Eric and Jax here at nomadic fanatic we are staying warm tonight it is gonna be 13 degrees for a low I hat winners here tell you what I’ve got a very exciting video today about boondocking but first a big shout out to my video sponsor Thank You Experian for sponsoring this portion of my video credit is something I take very very seriously on the road without it none of this would be possible for me and with Experian boost you can boost your credit right now it’s free easy and secure and Experian developed experient boost so that you get instant results…

  • Ep. 89: Uinta Mountains | Utah camping RV travel hiking kayaking
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    Ep. 89: Uinta Mountains | Utah camping RV travel hiking kayaking

    Welcome back to Grand Adventure! I’m your host Marc Guido, and on this episode we’re going to explore the Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah, so stay tuned! [intro music] The Uinta Mountains follow the Utah/Wyoming border east of Salt Lake City, and with a number of peaks exceeding 13,000 feet, they’re the highest mountains in Utah. They’re also noteworthy for being the highest range in the contiguous United States that’s oriented in an east-west direction, as most mountain ranges on the continent run north and south. These mountains are 50 to 70 million years old, and were heavily glaciated during the last ice age, although no glaciers remain today. They’re…

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    When Yellowstone is Cool : Fall Camping in Wyoming

    now here’s something you rarely see a popular national park and no lineup hello not too bad yes after traveling to the coast it was time to visit an old faithful spot that I’m very familiar with thank you how are the campgrounds doing I was thinking of the mammoth campground I know it’s first-come first-serve Oh perfect okay thank you very much thanks of the five entrances I chose the west entrance near Idaho Falls well in Yellowstone there’s only two guarantees: one is you’re gonna see lots of wildlife, and two you’re gonna get stuck in traffic somehow and I’m stuck in traffic now because of road construction…

  • UFO Alien House, Glass Public Toilet, & Stunning Texas Free Camping
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    UFO Alien House, Glass Public Toilet, & Stunning Texas Free Camping

    how did I get here and why does my butt hurt good morning everybody start every morning off with a hot cup of coffee actually the first thing I do is feed Jack like literally the first thing I do before I even make coffee is feed Jack’s this morning food and on new video days I’m being here in my office and I spend at least an hour sometimes two hours responding to you guys to my subscribers who are commenting on the newest videos so I’m writing back to you and then I’m interacting for at least an hour sometimes even more than that before I even hit…

  • RV SETUP FOR NEWBIES – QUICK AND EASY METHOD
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    RV SETUP FOR NEWBIES – QUICK AND EASY METHOD

    Hey guys, it’s Jason from endless RVing in today’s video We’re going to be showing you a step-by-step guide on how we set up a camp So if you miss things when you’re setting up your motorhome or RV have you skip steps Have you forgotten things? Have you broken anything while you’re setting up your RV if you answered no to all these questions you’re lying because we have Definitely broken things forgotten things left things out But we have a system now and we’ve been using this for the last year or so and it’s working with it for us Really? well So guys you want to stick…

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    Ep. 103: Lakeside Mountains | Great Salt Lake Utah RV travel camping

    Hey folks, welcome back to Grand Adventure! I’m your host Marc Guido, and we are out here in the Lakeside Mountains in the West desert of Utah. We’re going to show you around some old mining ruins, the Lakeside Trestle which carried the railroad across the Great Salt Lake, and we’ll also head up Black Mountain behind our camp here, so stay tuned! So Zoe and I are out here with my buddy Angus, who’s down here from the Air Force Base up in Ogden. We’ve actually found a beautiful spot! Here it is the Memorial Day weekend and we have all kinds of elbow room. We have no neighbors…

  • ROUND 11: NEBRASKA
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    ROUND 11: NEBRASKA

    We finally made it to Carhenge We’re going to check out somebody who made a sculpture out of cars I don’t really know what it’s about yet but we’re about to get out of the car and find out let’s go in They did this whole thing in 6 days This place is so random I have no idea who decided to stick a whole heap of cars in the dirt and spray them His name is Jim Rinder’s But I mean how would you even find this place it’s so far off the trail Well this is his hometown imagine But we’re in North Nebraska that’s where he’s from…