Preparing for HEAVY WINDS While Boondocking // Full-Time Truck Camper Life // Vlog 21

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    💨We were caught in the wind again. It's late and we need to find a place to boondock soon. In this episode, we'll take you on our mini-quest to find a place to camp. We have 40 MPH winds coming to shake our camper, we share our process of preparing for wind nights and a lot of our decision-making process as we go.

    Many of you have asked us to share more of our normal daily life, this video gives a good idea of what a typical night looks like while we are on the move.

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    Index:
    Intro: 0:00
    Finding a Spot: 1:01
    Getting Close: 2:44
    Climbing the Hill: 3:29
    Choosing a Spot: 4:48
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    Setting up: 9:58
    Going in: 20:45
    Outro: 22:00

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Jack Tyler +14
Jack Tyler

As you both will know, some YT channels enjoy subscription levels well beyond their channel's content value, while others are under-appreciated and deserve a much larger following. Your channel definitely falls into the latter category, and I'm thankful you continue to devote the time and effort you do. So thank you - again - for covering the practical side of truck camping full-time so well.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you so much! That's a wonderful comment to read, we really appreciate your comments and continued viewership. You made our week with this comment! Sorry it took so long to respond, we have been in no-mans-land for a bit. It's always hard to figure out what video to make, I have lists of ideas. Many times, it just about showing what we do/see. Thanks for tuning in!

2 месяца назад
Standing Mannequin +9
Standing Mannequin

Love it! Thanks also for showing us the little things before they become big things. Great attention to details.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks! I'm a details guy, which is sometimes bad for YouTube, but there are thousands of little details that eventually add up! Thanks for coming along :)

2 месяца назад
Kevin Gillespie +6
Kevin Gillespie

I 100% agree with Jack Tyler, I really appreciate your attention to detail and taking the time to explain how and why things are as they are. Thank you for putting out interesting and quality content Scott and Sasha! I really enjoy this video on getting set up with an approaching storm, you guys work so well as a team and I really like your setup in the truck, very nice. And a huge thanks for the feedback on my electrical system Scott! I think you are both very genuine and personable, adventurer loving, good people, thank you for sharing a portion of your lives.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Thank you very much! Like I said to Jack Tyler, these comments mean the world to us. We do our best to make videos that people will like, but it's usually a gamble. I really enjoy showing the less glamorous side of our life, but that doesn't always get the views and attention that we need to survive on social media. We don't show many of the "bad" days, but adventure and excitement make the cut, its fun to share and people enjoy watching it. I'm always happy to help with projects. We really appreciate you taking the time to comment! 😊

2 месяца назад
JAMIE CRABTREE +1
JAMIE CRABTREE

Well, this is my first time watching one of your videos. I do appreciate some of the detail you go into. I am a 68 yr. old home bound woman & I live vicariously thru a bunch of different people on YouTube. They are either building, home steadying & doing the traveling like you two are. I wish my health were better, or I had thought of doing this when I was way younger. But since that is now not possible, I live thru your adventures. I am going to go thru your different videos & check things out. I am also subscribed & going to be watching for more adventures with you. Thanks muches for sharing...... Jamie & my dog, Paddy in Tennessee

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Hi Jamie and welcome to our channel! Scott and I have always wanted to travel and we were encouraged to do it now by so many family members. Traveling full-time can be difficult. We constantly have to think about refilling our camper with water, getting propane and think about dumping our tanks. We have our good days and our bad days, but overall this has been a great experience. Our favorite part of this is to meet incredible people on the road and online. Thank you so much for your kind words, we’re glad you like our videos and we appreciate your support!

Месяц назад
Frere Campbell +1
Frere Campbell

Thanks for sharing your exciting adventure, and I am glad that you and your missus are so loving. Your camper looks so large and comfortable inside.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you so much for your kind words! Our camper is pretty small, but also bigger than some of the other truck campers out there. It is cozy and comfortable!

2 месяца назад
MJ M +1
MJ M

We are newbie truck campers and you guys always have great tips. Thanks!!

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you! It's nice to hear that :) Let us know if you have any topics you'd like us to cover :)

2 месяца назад
Packie Joe Gilheany +1
Packie Joe Gilheany

You’re becoming one of my favorite channels. Appreciate all the info you share. Cheers

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you, that means a lot of us! We never really know how viewers will respond to a video, so comments like yours make it all worthwhile! Thank you for taking the time to comment!

2 месяца назад
Jim Burch +1
Jim Burch

Your attention to the little things adds up to an interesting video. Thanks for taking the time and effort. Well done.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks for the feedback, it means a lot to us! I have to hold back on my attention to detail most of the time, it can be boring. But I guess this one worked out!

2 месяца назад
laronis +2
laronis

I get stuck in windstorms all the time. For me the most important thing to do is to park 'into' the wind, i.e. so the RV is facing towards the wind. This resolves most of the wind rock. If i cannot face into it, then i try to park with my backside facing the wind. If i park perpendicular to the wind, it is going to be a very rocky night.

Месяц назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Agreed, I park into the win whenever possible. It makes a huge difference!

Месяц назад
Rodrigo Santos +1
Rodrigo Santos

Nice video...one of the best...it shows how things are for those who does not have a truck camper! I hope to see more like this. Keep the good work!

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks! I like making videos like this, I have a couple more in the works. Stay tuned and let me know any ideas you have! I'd rather make videos that people are actually looking for rather than guessing 😂

2 месяца назад
Great Granny Free Bird +1
Great Granny Free Bird

I love the Cirrus but if we order a new one, will definitely not want a stove vent. The overhead vent should be enough. Sasha and you are such troopers to forge through making us this video while you are super tired and hungry. 😀

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

The stove vents have pros and cons. We use ours daily, especially in cold weather to reduce the loss of heat. I agree that the roof fan works wonders, but, while cooking smelly or greasy foods, we prefer to use the stove vent to keep it contained. We usually have clothes and towels hanging and want to keep them fresh! Making videos can certainly be a lot of work and hassle, especially when we are tired and hungry. But meeting great people like you is exactly why we do it! Thanks for watching 😊

2 месяца назад
Revealed by Fire Blacksmithing and Leather +1
Revealed by Fire Blacksmithing and Leather

Thank you for taking us along. God bless and be safe.

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you so much for watching!

Месяц назад
Steve a +2
Steve a

great Idea for the roof rack, I am going to keep my eye open for something.. I always have trekking poles in the truck, I use one to open and close the range hood hood !! lol I also like the paint pole.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks. In the last scene, I used our awning pole/crank to close the vent, I was too lazy to climb up 😂

2 месяца назад
travelin tom +1
travelin tom

Always wondered what that handle was for! Thanks for that pro-tip!! Yeah, not much use for our rear awning with any winds.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

The awnings are a nice feature, but we seldom use either. All too often, we are in windy locations and don't usually sit outside in the rain. 😂

2 месяца назад
Pat Davis +1
Pat Davis

I just subscribed because the videos are fun and informative without getting boring. I've already binge watched several of them.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Thanks and welcome to our channel! Our goal has been to make informative videos that are also fun to watch. We’re glad you like them!

Месяц назад
Daniel Soliz +1
Daniel Soliz

GREAT TIPS AND THE FREEDOM TO BE ABLE TO GO AND BOON DOG ANY WERE YOU WHANT IS A BLESSING. OUT OF ALL THE CAMPERS I HAVE SEEN YOU GUYS ARE BY FAR THE BEST LOVED THE WASHINGTON FOREST/MOUNTAIN MY GOD THOSE HIGH ELEVATION SIGHTS WOW! THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS TAKE CARE. P.S. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK DAN FROM TEXAS.

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you so much! We’re happy that you liked our videos and our channel. And yes, Washing is absolutely beautiful! We’re hoping to come back here some time in the summer and enjoy the warm weather.

Месяц назад
Tom Austin +1
Tom Austin

Several cool ideas guys 💡👍😎 thanks for sharing and safe travels

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Thanks for watching! Everyday is adventure, always something to figure out 😎

2 месяца назад
Dispersed Camper Man +1
Dispersed Camper Man

I always put my jacks down if I’m staying the night just in case the winds picks up at night. The truck swaying always wakes me up. I use a white noise machine to drown out noises while dispersed camping. Like you, I’m a very light sleeper. Lol. Glad you didn’t forget to lock the stove vent prior to sleeping. Lol. Great vid and thanks for sharing!

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

We put the jacks down only when needed. We have adapted to sleeping in strange environments, but the wind is pretty hard to tolerate. I love having the legs to keep things stable, such a huge difference! The stove vent is a common joke between us, we always forget it, even when we talk about it. We eat dinner and it slips our mind! Thanks for watching!

2 месяца назад
Azzkikin OnAllFours +1
Azzkikin OnAllFours

Only been watching you recently, and am loving the videos. Question, you have a nice cargo rack on the front yet I've only seen 1 or 2 gal gas tanks on it. What else do you use it for? Fire wood?

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you! We use our front rack in many different ways. We cover all of the details in this video: https://youtu.be/076NDTJcgpw

Месяц назад
mark molina +1
mark molina

Thanks for content - It was also great hearing how you guys met. Keep the context coming.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Thanks for watching, when we look back, we have had a pretty incredible story so far. Hard to believe sometimes!

2 месяца назад
Derick Smith +1
Derick Smith

This channel is about to explode... Your content is excellent and you are both such down-to-earth folks! I'm so glad I discovered y'all. Could you try adding a bit of rubber tape or something to the impact points on that vent flap? It might still blow around in the breeze but something to absorb the impact might eliminate the noise and 1 am trips into the cold!

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks for watching and commenting. Sorry for the slow response, we've had a rough time in the last 8 weeks or so. I've thought about springs, rubber feet, elastic bands etc. Unless it's windy, it doesn't cause any issue. We just need to remember to close it when it's windy out. Rubber/foam may soften the noise, but it will still squeek and bang. It would also prevent it from shutting completely. It isn't really a big deal, just a once a month annoyance.

13 дней назад
EDDIE MAN +1
EDDIE MAN

You guys are such light sleepers. We sleep better in our truckcamper if it's swaying and storming outside.lol Thanks for the tips.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

We are!😂 We travel full-time and we like staying alert. One time we woke up to a car fire right next to us. Good thing we woke up when we did!

2 месяца назад
Chasing RV Sunshine +1
Chasing RV Sunshine

We have been lucky so far to not have been in that bad of winds- but it is something you need to plan and think about- especially if going to be driving in high winds! Removing the sticks from the roof is a good call! Tap, tap, tap, tap- insane!! Chasing RV Sunshine ☀️ Joel, Deb & 🐕 Maya

Месяц назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

The wind out west is pretty constant. I’m ok driving in winds, but I’ll find a place to park if they start getting too much over 45 mph cross winds. It’s the gusts that you have to watch out for! And yes, tapping noises are so annoying!

Месяц назад
gary a. usher +4
gary a. usher

4 Low means the transmission has a lot less strain too.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Very true, less heat, less strain, more control! 4 Low is pretty essential for me, not every day, but when you need it you need it!

2 месяца назад
Eric Nunn +1
Eric Nunn

Thanks for all the tips🤙/ safe travels

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks for taking the time to watch! Safe travels to you too!

2 месяца назад
Scott Ehrlich +1
Scott Ehrlich

Very helpful. Thank you both

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks for watching!

2 месяца назад
Terry Larkin +1
Terry Larkin

I love the swaying. Also if I have to leave fast I don't put the jacks down.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

I don't mind gentle rocking, but usually the gusts make the camper sway a little too hard. Sasha and I both have a threshold of when it's too much, it's a fairly democratic process :)

2 месяца назад
Franceine Gelven +1
Franceine Gelven

U two r getting to be my favorite couple.

13 дней назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Aww, thank you so much!❤️

11 дней назад
Jerry Simeone +1
Jerry Simeone

Hi, thanks for sharing good tips and safety ideas. What camera system are you using there ? Looks good. Ones we have and had are not very bright. Thanks

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

We love it. It’s a Haloview. Here’s the video: https://youtu.be/1yxY8XPmguY

2 месяца назад
marian frances +1
marian frances

Our truck camping is never that complicated!

3 месяца назад
Florida Man
Florida Man

Gadgets are fun.

3 месяца назад
marian frances
marian frances

@Stonyboot your gadgets, for one.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

What is complicated that you’re referring to?

3 месяца назад
EJR +2
EJR

Don’t forget to get out and lock the front hubs!

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

On this truck, the hubs are always engaged. Uses more fuel and causes more wear, but it makes it easy to use.

Месяц назад
Paul Kajtna +1
Paul Kajtna

Today we went to several RV dealers in WI. One dealer once sold Cirrus, but sadly not anymore. So disappointed. So after looking at A, B, C+ and Airstreams; we came home and watched TC videos. You can’t believe how happy we were to see your Cirrus.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

That's great to hear! We spent so much time looking for the right rig. Our main focus was mobility, so that ruled out anything big. Good luck with your search!

2 месяца назад
Lucky Ducky +1
Lucky Ducky

Deadwood got 27 inches of snow yesterday hope u guys made it out! Love the black hills, tow my ATV and ride ride ride

3 месяца назад
Lucky Ducky
Lucky Ducky

@Stonyboot I give u a lot of credit I've followed u a long time. U two are legit. My wife and I are in our truck camper a LOT. Northern Wisconsin here close to lake Superior. Ur always welcome here.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

We avoided the bad snow, but did run into some. I have a 3 part series coming soon about our snowy travels. The riding out there is INCREDIBLE, someday I'll have a toy to ride aside from my Mountain Bike.

2 месяца назад
Steve C +1
Steve C

I was surprised you didn't disconnect the fast guns. You don't worry about overworking the spring in them?

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Nope, I just lift the camper enough to take some weight off the truck. The majority of the weight is still on the truck and it doesn't change the tension on the Fast Guns.

Месяц назад
Living Beyond Existence +1
Living Beyond Existence

One of the things I've wondered about the most is how Nomads find these remote BLM spots without road signs. Also, if you know the direction of the winds, do you try to park with the nose of the truck into that general direction to reduce buffeting?

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Great questions! We have an article on our site about how we find Boondocking/camping: https://www.stonyboot.com/2021/06/21/great-boondocking-and-how-to-find-it/ I'll be turning the article into a video soon. We do factor in wind direction, we always try to have the truck facing forward or backward into the wind for the greatest stability. It doesn't always work out that way, and many times the wind comes from all directions. We also try to park near rock outcroppings, but we try to avoid trees. I'd rather be level than have the truck pointed perfectly into the wind, unless we have winds over 50-60 MPH expected, then I'l make sure I have the front of the truck facing into the wind.

2 месяца назад
Tall Dude +1
Tall Dude

Great life if you want to work hard doing it.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

You hit the nail on the head! Lots of work, 7 days per week. But, we have opportunities galore!

2 месяца назад
Gary Ferguson +1
Gary Ferguson

Great Video my friend !! Do you try to point the truck into the wind??

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks for coming along 😁 We do factor in wind direction, we always try to have the truck facing forward or backward into the wind for the greatest stability. It doesn't always work out that way, and many times the wind comes from all directions. We also try to park near rock outcroppings, but we try to avoid trees. I'd rather be level than have the truck pointed perfectly into the wind, unless we have winds over 50-60 MPH expected, then I'l make sure I have the front of the truck facing into the wind.

2 месяца назад
Jay E +1
Jay E

Next time you come out to the Black Hills feel free to contact me. I live Rapid City and we camp a lot up in the hills. Lots of good places :)

14 дней назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks! We appreciate it!

13 дней назад
Tobi omopekun +1
Tobi omopekun

Have you heard to reseal your camper roof since you had it?

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Not yet. I did add a fan and some wiring, which I sealed. But I haven't needed to do anything like that yet. I keep a close eye on it. Spring of 2021, we had some warranty work done on the camper. While they were doing it, they resealed the sides. I made a video about it here: https://youtu.be/s53-OVcNVHA

2 месяца назад
As the Magpie Flies +1
As the Magpie Flies

I loved Custer State Park!! Needles Hwy was amazing on the Motorcycle.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

I was shocked at how cool Custer was. As for Needles Highway, we were like 2 inches too tall to attempt it :( I'm jealous of all your motorcycle travels. I used to go out with my Dad a lot, but not for many, many years.

2 месяца назад
iscariot project +1
iscariot project

i saw a car burning from parking in the grass its no joke and it had rained the day before so it doesnt need to be superdry period either.

2 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Exactly! These wild fires are no jokes, especially out west. That's why we're extra cautious, when it comes to parking on the grass!

2 месяца назад
Bill Sprague +3
Bill Sprague

Be wise and never park your house under a big tree. I’d be there for a while! I love my adopted home state of Wyoming, actually.

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

That was a great spot! We try to avoid trees, especially in stormy weather. However, sometimes it just isn't possible. In those situations, I'll evaluate the tress around us looking for dead wood or loose branches. It's always a gamble, but a little observation goes a long way!

2 месяца назад
John Boudreau +2
John Boudreau

Hi, what is that green tank on the roof? extra portapotty tank?

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Yes, it's an 11 gallon "honey wagon" or waste transport tank. We've used it a couple times at campgrounds when we didn't have a sewer hookup, only for grey water. We can go 2 weeks on our black tank and never stay any place that long.

Месяц назад
RevBTB Does It +1
RevBTB Does It

just found your content and love that youre fom the 603!

Месяц назад
RevBTB Does It
RevBTB Does It

@Stonyboot I am from the MWV!

Месяц назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

We love our 603!

Месяц назад
William Sawyer +1
William Sawyer

Cool video

Месяц назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thanks!

Месяц назад
Beach Living +2
Beach Living

Respectfully, it might be time to ditch the short pants for a while!

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

When it's in the 30s-low 40s, I'll make the transition to leg prisons...

2 месяца назад
Spud Man +1
Spud Man

👍🏻✌🏻

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

👍😎

2 месяца назад
Kelly Novak +1
Kelly Novak

I guess there is a silver lining to being hearing impaired, I just take my hearing aids out when I go to bed and I can't hear anything. Lol

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

That is a great point! There's always a positive side to everything 😃

2 месяца назад
Greg Brown +1
Greg Brown

What’s the temp

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Good question. It was 30s at night and 50s-70s during the day. Just depended on the weather.

2 месяца назад
agworld +1
agworld

Hello my friend,from Uruguay,a question,you use an antenna for boost your 4G celullar internet? in all the territory? withc antenna is,adios!

Месяц назад
Stonyboot +1
Stonyboot

Hello! Thanks for the comment :) We do use a cell phone booster, its a weBoost Drive 4G-X. We run is most of the time, but we will shut it off when we have really strong signal in the area. We use it everywhere we go, and it works with all 4g networks, it does not work with 5g.

7 дней назад
Arif Kundi +1
Arif Kundi

V nice

11 дней назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Thank you 👍

День назад
Amy Delpiere +1
Amy Delpiere

Holy sticks Batman!

3 месяца назад
Stonyboot
Stonyboot

Haha! It was a few more than I expected, but nothing major. They were pretty brittle.

2 месяца назад

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