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After years of working 60 to 70 hours a week and never taking a vacation, Carolyn and I (Rob) decided to quit our job and begin living our dream. We bought a 1970 Starcraft pop-up camper and fixed it up, traveling the country, and only staying at free campsites. After living in it for a year, our pop-up was burned down by someone in a National Forest. We did not let that get us down. We built a homemade truck camper in 2 1/2 week so we could continue living our dream. Welcome to Little House On The Road 2.0 and welcome to the Little House On The road Family.
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  1. Debbie F
    Debbie F says:

    Access and being able to take it is not the same. It started to become a problem with a group taking water from a public area. When a group takes large amounts weekly over a few months the locals,understandably, are not happy. Sometimes it’s just better to pay a few dollars at times to help keep this lifestyle open.

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  2. Beth Roesch
    Beth Roesch says:

    That's worth the hike. Thank you for the beautiful view. Thank you for the information too. Someone is going to believe those other folks and be screwed 🤔 Safe and happy travels ✌️

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  3. grace4life1970 2019
    grace4life1970 2019 says:

    I understand that nothin really is free but my thing is if I was that lady I would have gave you water,reminds me of gods word not preachin its just people have lost compassion for our fellow man/women

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  4. Jay ray
    Jay ray says:

    US Army COE closes some campgrounds for winter and some stay open with no water to protect pipes and just have vault restrooms. Just depends. It's really best to call because sometimes changes are made from the last time you were there. St. Paul District definitely no water. St. Louis District maybe, Vicksburg District probably. But call.

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  5. J Wagner
    J Wagner says:

    My suggestion for killing the virus and bacteria in water – look into UV light purification systems. They are light and don't use much power.
    The systems will give you healthy water with no chlorine taste.

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  6. Not A Nomad
    Not A Nomad says:

    Hey Rob, can you do some videos of hawks, eagles and turkey vultures soaring by? I would fly everything I have at that spot, even the radio control eagle I made. Take care!

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  7. lindilu
    lindilu says:

    Thanks Rob! I hope you and Carolyn are having a great time out there:) You stated in an earlier video about leaving soon to go to WA before yall come back down south. Are you going to stop in and see your Mom, and maybe take a break, before you go on southward? I have a friend close by in Flagstaff, who maybe interested in following you to MO, if that is the case. I haven't mentioned anything to her yet. I wanted to check with yall first. She's an older lady by herself (& no animals) and 1st time out, who has a friend she'd like to visit with in MO. The older lady actually lives in TX and I think once she gets closer to familiar territory she could make it on home from MO since its a straight shot south. I'm sure it would be a great comfort to her, to just following along. Sometimes we all need a little hand holding. I'd appreciate it if yall could allow this to happen for her. Let me know. Take care and God bless you.

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  8. Kline Duplechin
    Kline Duplechin says:

    You paid for the day use, but they won't let you feel up your water. Man that's not right. The chlorine will kill any dangerous critters in the water. It may be gritty and a few bugs but it's safe.

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  9. Karl T
    Karl T says:

    Water is so over rated, who needs water in the high deserts? Said.. NO ONE EVER!!!

    Little things we take for granted at home can be a big deal when out in nature.

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