Mom and I had were anxious to boondock, otherwise know as dry camping, because all you do is find a spot to park your RV on BLM land and stay as long as 14 days without having to pay anything. But you also have no hookups such as water, sewer or electric, hence the term "dry camping". But our class c has a 31 gal. fresh water tank and the ability to go several days before having to empty the holding tanks, both grey and black water. So we were excited to boondock like the big kids, off Ogliby Rd. outside of Yuma. We only stayed there one night and it was very quiet and dark and we had a spectacular sunset.
Ogliby Rd. is on the east side on Imperial Sand Dunes a popular place for dune buggy enthusiasts. We went to a vista point at the north end of the dunes, what a spectacular place. Even Rose, one of our two feline companions liked the view.