Today, we're giving you five hidden gems discovered through Harvest Hosts and Boondockers Welcome. Harvest Hosts isn't just another membership for RV travelers—it's a ticket to unique, scenic spots that traditional campgrounds can't match. 

While it's free to stay, picking up a bottle of wine or supporting the local businesses is recommended. Boondockers Welcome connects us with the real MVPs—private landowners who share their spaces. They are often tucked away from the usual touristy spots. It's all about community, shared travel tales, and making new friends on the road.

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Did this episode spark some wanderlust, or did it remind you of one of your own off-the-beaten-path stories? If you felt that campfire friendship while listening, we would be super grateful if you’d take a moment to pop over to Apple Podcasts. Please leave us a rating, maybe say hi in the review section, and don’t forget to subscribe. It’s like giving a friendly nod to a fellow RVer on the open road.

Do you have a hidden gem of a location you think we should explore next? Or maybe a practical tip for full-time RV living? Leave us a message—this journey is all the richer when shared with community. 

🏞️ Safe travels, and see you down the road!

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