We want to go and spend time in different locations. Stay long enough to really get to know about the area and then move to a new spot but always have our house to go back to. Not true full-timing this looks like a great place to learn about extended times on the road.
Recently learned that boondocking
our definition is not the only one. We have called going to federal or provincial parks with no fixed camp sites or hookups boondocking
. Some do not charge, you register at the park station say when you plan to come out then they give you a 2 day grace; If you do not show they check on you to see if you are ok. They may have a 15 day limit on stay at one place.
Park the trailer, drive in or walk in a park road make sure you find a place suitable to camp and that you will be able to turn around and then take the trailer in.
Full-timers are experts we can all learn from.