Reasons I Change Spots on BLM and National Forest Land

Reasons I Change Spots on BLM and National Forest Land

I only came into the city to publish this video. I am trying to go back to BLM and National Forest land so I can sun gaze, do yoga, meditate, and get grounded by walking barefoot in nature. I am trying to activate my ‘Pineal Gland’. You won’t believe the dreams I am having and yes like many others I can remember my dreams.

All of this just means my Pineal Gland is being activated. If you can’t get into nature and walk barefoot, you can also invest in an Earthing mat at www.Earthing.com and grounding shoes on Amazon.

As most of you know in my 4 years on the road I enjoy staying on BLM or National Forest Land or in the city so I can receive good internet.

The following are reasons why I leave spots on BLM and National Forest Land:

-There is a Lack of Internet

-The Good Spots are Already Taken -The Area is Too Isolated (#StrangerDanger)

-There are Too Many ‘Unleashed’ Dogs

-There is Too Much Rain and Wind -There is Too Much Noise (traffic, trains, loud generators)

-Campers Walking Through Your Camp

-Campers Shooting Off Weapons

Rule of Thumb for Nomads, #CampEtiquette:

-On many holidays because campers enjoyed your spot in the past, they will park right next to you or walk across your camp or even look into your windows trying to get you to leave. Never walk through or drive through someone’s camp and never stick your head in their window. Knock on the door on the side of their vehicle.

-One holiday weekend I thought I found a good spot on BLM and National Forest Land but when I woke up, there was a big 5th wheel parked 10 feet in front of my front bumper. They were loud and noisy and constantly trying to look into my window, so I left that same day.

-Even when you find good spots, or think you have gotten away from others, someone will park right next to you. Try not to park right next to others unless there are no more parking spots even in the city. Respect the fact that they were there first.

-After 4 years on the road sometimes I don’t like noise coming from my vehicle but I don’t always like to wear my earphones when watching YouTube shows or listening to audiobooks so this is why I try to park away from others. Car dwellers stop parking right next to vans without windows so you can hide the fact that you don’t have window covers. Go into Walmart and buy some cheap towels or buy Reflectix from Home Depot.

-Many Nomads charge their power boxes and battery banks with a generator by 8:00 p.m. Quiet hours are from 8:00 p.m. – 8:00 a.m. Turn off that loud generator!!!  

Cathy Harris is a New Earth Educator, Speaker, Author, GMO Educator, and Holistic Healer at www.CathyHarrisInternational.com and she offers seminars, workshops, and consultations on Health/Gardening and Business. She is the author of 6 health books, 2 business books, and several other nonfiction books at www.AngelsPress.com. You can email Cathy at AskCathy@DearCathy.com or Cathy@CathyHarrisInternational.com and bring Cathy’s Mobile Learning Clubs (www.MobileLearningClubs.com) and Cathy’s Caravan (www.CathysCaravan.com) to your city.

 
Cathy Harris is a #VanDweller living ‘The Good Life.’ Her blog website is www.SimpleLifeRVing.com. She is also an Empowerment and Motivational Speaker, Advice Columnist at DearCathy.com, Non-GMO Health and Wellness Expert, Business and Love Coach and Self-Publishing Expert, and the author of 26 non-fiction books at www.AngelsPress.com. Her books cover topics such as family and community empowerment, health, youth and adult entrepreneurship, writing/publishing, workplace discrimination, whistleblowing, government, law enforcement, domestic and international traveling, politics, media, beauty, car buying and selling for women, aging/retirement – just to name a few. She offers seminars, workshops, and consultations at www.CathyHarrisInternational.com