snomasterwatch the pacific flow and follow the storms.
don't eat out ever if possible. be wary of wook shit and hood rats tryin to bunk up in your van. and take showers at local rec centers at least once a period.
Showers? And how long is this period you speak of
postal_slimeWhere are you headed and maybe we could give you more site-specific advice for places to stay, what to watch out for and what not.
Go you tho! National forest roads and BLM land is your friend, extremely easy through most of the winter in the west-maybe that’s the case everywhere too tho. In California vans can be targets for cops depending where you are, so in mammoth/bear etc it’s best not to post up in the back of a lot.
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The big ones on the list are Copper, Steamboat, Aspen, Alta Snowbird, Jackson hole, Mammoth, and Squaw. In the end - if I run out of money im going to try to pick up a part time job out in Tahoe since I'll have unlimited days at Squaw .