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WASHINGTON — There’s a certain Eau of je ne sais quoi 1 that permeates your mind, body and soul when contemplating boondocking. Sort of like the aroma of a nice perfume, it’s subtle, yet airy fragrance wafts around with a slight hint of mysterious overtones as it permeates your adventures. But maybe you’re afraid to inhale deeply, in case the malodorous scent isn’t quite to your liking? Quite risky, this choosing of your favourite stop, umm, I mean scent, umm, I mean spot. Wait, what exactly are we discussing? Why boondocking, of course!
In Tagalog, a language spoken in the Philippines, the word bundók translates to “mountain,” with the original boondocks referring to the Cordillera Central mountain ranges. Today, boondocks refer to a remote area, an out-of-the-way place. Before you start singing “Lord have mercy on those who camp in the boondocks” let’s talk about RV boondocking. Could you? Would you? Have you?
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