Ep. 83: Top 10 Best RV Camping of 2018 | RV travel

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  1. Richard Lima
    Richard Lima says:

    You only have 4,500 subscribers? Wow I'm shocked, you have one of if not the best RV YT channels. Your videos are great, detailed and editing is absolutely wonderful. You are also thourough in discribing the area you are in. I really hope your channel grows with more viewers, keep bringing us great videos, thanks for allowing us all into your travels.
    Richard

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  2. larry reno
    larry reno says:

    You have one of the best RV travel channels on YouTube. I'd like to know how you find the dispersed camping spots you go to. Also, do you have any plans on touring the Great Lakes region?

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  3. RV Free
    RV Free says:

    Thanks for summarizing your adventures. It looks like you know how to explore and have fun! Looks like you double your subscribers in 2 months?

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  4. Mr. Eroh
    Mr. Eroh says:

    My wife and I saw your piece about Flaming Gorge and the Jug hollow area. That peninsula is right up our alley. We plan on visiting in mid June and would like your input. At that time of the year, will we have difficulty finding free camping with water access. We kayak and want to enjoy the water. In your experience, what will our chances be of finding sites with water access. We have a class A but I'm not timid about getting out there. I would appreciate your assessment of how crowded we can expect it to be. Thanks.

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  5. Chris Barr
    Chris Barr says:

    Hey Mark,
    Your videos are such a treat and well done. Thank you! I recently moved to Cottonwood Heights, I'll keep my eye out for you. Hopefully @ Alta or maybe camping down in the desert. Cheers!

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  6. The McMillan Express
    The McMillan Express says:

    Wow! My wife, Christina McMillan, turned me on to your channel! All of these are places we'd love to visit. We just had our first BLM experience in New Mexico and plan to be in the state for another month, especially if we can snag that Rio Grande del Norte Nat'l Monument site!! Taos has been on our must see list, so this would just make it 10x better! Looking forward to watching your videos. Very informative channel. Thank you!

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  7. Rollin with the Roche'z
    Rollin with the Roche'z says:

    Mark, one more question I noticed that you do a lot of Boondocking and wonder if you ever worry about your camper being stolen when you go away exploring for the day, given these remote and isolated areas. My wife and I are doing our first ever RV road trip across the country starting in June and we have wondered about this possibility when dry camping in remote ares.

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