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RE: Search for dry camp site with google maps White green area ?

Green areas on Google maps usually designate public lands of some sort. This includes: National Parks National Monuments National Forests National Conservation Areas National Wilderness Areas State Parks City Parks Cementers However there are some public lands such as BLM and State Lands which are not color designated. Other than National Forests, most National lands only allow camping in designated areas. So, only searching in areas colored green would be misleading.
johnna 06/01/15 09:43am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Alaska Hiway Skeeter Report

Mosquitoes are happiest near water. So, you will be less likely to bothered if you are away from water sources (lakes, rivers, creeks, coast lines. That is hard to do in many parts of Canada and Alaska.
johnna 05/31/15 10:51am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Boondocking Suggestions For Skyline Dr. Utah

There is more than one Skyline Drive in Utah.. Which one are you interested in?
johnna 04/30/15 03:20pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Nevada Hwy 93 Wells to Jackpot

South of Wells where alt93 splits away from 93, there's a large highway maintenance yard. We usually stop there to stretch our legs and have a snack. I think you could overnight there.
johnna 04/28/15 07:55am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Monument Valley Utah

Valley of the Gods. About 30 miles north of Monument Valley.
johnna 02/22/15 02:42pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Darkest sky Utah, Az, Nm???

Valley of the Gods is a good choice. Also, nearby is Hovenweep National Monument and Natural Bridges National Monument. All three have very dark skys. Valley of the Gods can be problematic for most RVs as the road is dirt and can be very bumpy and rutty after it rains. Check with BLM about road conditions before taking RV into the valley.
johnna 02/14/15 08:23am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Prime Rib and ???

For definitive information Google prime rib cut on cow
johnna 12/20/14 12:28pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Prime Rib and ???

I got a lot of complements on Thanksgiving when I served old fashion peas & carrots. I hadn't served this dish for a long time. Maybe the family was ready for something from the past. I cooked a package of whole baby carrots in a little chicken broth for about 10 minutes then added a package of frozen peas to the pot with a generous amount of butter. Added salt & pepper to taste and cooked for an additional 5 minutes. I cooked ahead of time and reheated when rest of dinner was ready to serve. I think this allowed the flavors to further develop.
johnna 12/14/14 02:33pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: route from Las Vegas to Panguitch Lake in Utah

North on US-89 to UT-20 then west to I-15 south to LV
johnna 08/08/14 10:56am Roads and Routes
RE: Back to a tent oh my!

Several years ago, we decided that we would like to go down the roads that the 5er could not negotiate. So, we purchased an Xterra and camping gear and were on our way. Had lots of fun exploring all the two tract back roads in Utah and northern Arizona. Then we noticed that there were trails that the Xterra could not negotiate. So, we purchased a RZR, joined an ATV club and started exploring all the Utah ATV trails. Again lots of fun. Now, My husband says that maybe we should think about getting a horse for real back country exploring. At our age(76),I think that's more of a challenge than I want to try.
johnna 08/02/14 10:04am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: route from Las Vegas to Panguitch Lake in Utah

The last time I traveled 143 from Parawan there was sign stating "Not recommended for RVs". I recommend 14 over 143 but would take 59 out of Hurricane myself.
johnna 07/31/14 08:55am Roads and Routes
RE: Kanab - Provo

I prefer the more scenic drive 89-6. However, 89-20-15 is a viable option. There is a long grade up and down over the mountains on 20, but not that bad. 20 is a very good highway with passing lanes where needed.
johnna 07/27/14 12:58pm Roads and Routes
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