And yes, Shilo is wearing a diaper. Not so he can pee in there while we travel however, it does help in case we don't get to stop in time. Since he is new to us and new to being a puppy with a home, he still has a bit of a feral streak in him and he is a big time marker so this just helps keep him from marking all over the RV (and other people's homes when we stop for a visit).
After a night of boon docking everyone needs Starbucks!!!Now that I survived the night I can weigh in on whether or not boon docking was all it is cracked up to be. I'm not sure if last night was worth it.... it was and it wasn't. Let me explain..... I didn't sleep! I was SO worried. Senseless worry I'm sure but, I'm a worrier so it was to be expected! We have our bikes chained to the back of our RV and I was just sure someone was going to try to steal them in the middle of the night. Crazy! I'm sure we would have been woken up by the sounds of someone cutting the chain on the ladder which is right by our bedroom window which also means right by our head. Instead of being confident that 1) our bikes would be safe and 2) if someone did want to steal them the noise would wake me up and if it didn't wake me up it would wake Shilo up and his barking would wake me up. Instead, I laid in bed awake... most of the night! Ugh! In that sense, boon docking wasn't worth it! On the other hand, it was our first time and when I woke up... or should I say "got up" (you can only wake up if you were sleeping), and the bikes were safe and we were safe I could say, it was worth it! I got to experience an upside of RVing and this first time paved the way to many more times which I'm sure will be more restful times! Looking back, it was worth it! I feel like a real RVer now!!! ; )