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Of all the ways to RV, boondocking is our favorite. Generally defined as “camping in remote places without hook-ups,” it’s frequently awesome, and usually free.

Recently, our good friends Jason & Nikki Wynn, better known as Gone With the Wynns, invited us to join them on a boondocking trip to a great spot in the Mojave Desert that none of us had visited before.

Off the beaten path, but still easily accessible, Trona Pinnacles is an eyeful. So we launched our 3D Robotics Solo quadcopter to showcase its stark beauty in this fun & evocative video.

Check out the Wynn’s great post & video about Trona Pinnacles here.

Be sure to follow Nikki & Jason’s adventures at GoneWithTheWynns.com

To learn about visiting this great spot yourself, check out the following links:

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