This weeks From Clicking to Creating is a catch up on where we are, and a photo prompt post.
We left Utah on Thursday and headed for Idaho. We knew we could boondock in Idaho, at a place we had stayed last year. We love Wyoming, and the Jackson area, but it’s not the best for boondocking spots. So we came to the Snake river for a couple weeks instead. We got settled under some trees, which at the time seemed like a good idea.
The 2 Lil Owls prompt this week is, Out the window. This was looking out the window, kind of, I did stand outside to get this shot.
When we are going between Arizona, and Utah we will sometimes stay in the Lake Mead National Recreation area. Boondocking at Lake Mead, is not something we have done very much of however, until this year.
There are several different places to boondock near Lake Mead, and we have checked out a few of them. On Monday, we left the Las Vegas Bay CG were we had spent the night, and headed for Government wash. We hear about this spot a lot, and thought it sounded like a good place to spend a few days. It’s not far from Las Vegas Bay, and the road going in is paved. But when we got to the area were camping is allowed, we found it way more crowded than we like. We could see a few RV’s on the other side of the wash-water inlet, and decided to go there instead. Google maps is an essential part of any boondockers resources, and we could see there was indeed a road going to that area. It was a bumpy, washboard road, but we ended up in a spot like this.
This is looking at government wash from the side we were on. See all the RV’s scattered around?