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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote We love traveling serendipity style. When we find something that catches our eye, we’re more than willing to change directions and check it out. That’s what happened in Arizona when we saw a sign for the Kofa National Wildlife Reserve and the Castle Dome Mining Museum. We’re glad we stopped and did some RV boondocking in the desert after touring the museum, a ghost town and then going down in a mine to see an underground marvel. Oh yeah… there were also what may be the oldest pair of Levis jeans ever discovered! Did you enjoy this video? If so, please SUBSCRIBE to our Channel: We would really, really appreciate it! As we try and grow our audience so we can do more RV Lifestyle videos, we treasure each and every one of you who SUBSCRIBE. And if you do, click that little bell icon to be notified when new videos are released. For more information on the Castle Dome Mining Museum, go to By background, we’re journalists Mike and Jennifer Wendland and this channel is all about freedom and fun through RV travel! We travel North America in our RV doing travel videos, how-tos, RV walk-through tours and video tips about how to get the most out of the RV Lifestyle. Every week, we virtually take you with us with lIve on-the-road reports every Sunday night and we also in-depth RV travel videos every Thursday. We also regularly publish interviews with people from every part of the RV community. We do our best to demystify the RV Lifestyle and help you find the best spots, get the right gear and keep things running right so you can have fun and enjoy every minute out there in your RV! Again, PLEASE […]


  • Nita Young 2 weeks ago

    Wow! That was sooooo interesting!! I love history of any kind!! Hope to get there one day! Thank you! Love all your videos and podcasts!❤️❤️❤️

  • Living The GoodLife Rving 2 weeks ago

    Will check it out

  • Rv'ing Done - Our Way 2 weeks ago

    This was amazing. Thank you so much for sharing!! Thiamine walls were the prettiest thing I've seen anyone share from a mine. My husband and I are planning to leave our sticks and bricks home for life on the road in our motorhome full time. We are in the prep stages of doing this right now. It's a process to get everything, but We are working on it diligently. Many blessings to you both, and if you ever get a moment come check out our youtube channel. Rv'ing Done Our Way. I am definitely subscribing to your channel to check out more serendipitous travels of yours.

  • Miami Sammy 2 weeks ago

    I would love to just follow along your trails. You guys happen along some interesting adventures!

  • The Fritz 2 weeks ago

    Great video! Will a 45' Prevost be able to travel along that dirt road?

  • Michael Kloeckner 2 weeks ago

    Hi Michigan is my home to but I hope to visit the 2021 RTR in Quartsite AZ. See you then

  • Debbie TAYLOR 2 weeks ago

    That was an amazing stop I'd love to go there someday thanks for sharing that

  • Steve Murray 2 weeks ago

    Great Vid! You don't see Dean from Leisure Travel cruisin down these backroads!

  • Natalie LeBlanc 2 weeks ago

    Great video Mike and Jennifer. Thank you.

  • Nancy Reid 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for the inspiration ! We are planning to boondock in the same general area this week.

  • rollinontv 2 weeks ago

    We'll need to explore this area! Thanks Mike and Jen.. ~ Michelle and Laurie

  • Linda Hansen 2 weeks ago

    I lived in Yuma, AZ in the 60’s and early 70’s. Graduated from Kofa High School and never heard of this place. Next time we are in that area we will have to take the time and tour the museum. Just fascinating. I’m so glad you guys found it and shared it with us.

  • Life Is Short-Make It Sweet 2 weeks ago

    Fantastic video!

  • Bert Kelly 2 weeks ago


  • That was great! Glad you went down that mine so I don't have to myself. I read too much sci fi. Do you leave bread crumbs to let people know where you're at, just in case?

  • Craig Chandler 1 week ago

    Very interesting. I was surprised the guide didn’t know exactly what caused that wall. I know nothing about geology, but it must be the minerals and metals. I would guess the green is copper for example. Maybe he did, but it got edited out. Anyway, super cool day with a great camping spot. BTW I was like 667…glad to get you off that bad number…lol

  • Terry Goss 1 week ago

    Love it. Great vlog.

  • Becky Johnstone 1 week ago

    We were just there a week ago. Castle Rock and the tour are amazing. Well worth the price of admission.

  • Bonnie Son 1 week ago

    Sensational video! Entertaining and informative! Viewers can tell you two love the lifestyle you’ve chosen!

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