I have reviewed a lot of stuff relating to RV's sites and seen on-line the situations offered and many do not hold out their arms and pull us in (my wife is on a Messenger video link still in England, and we review sites together). In a place as big as the US the RV's appear to be packed in like sardines. We found a site (from here) called FreeCampgrounds and they offer boondocks from Flying J overnight stops in spaces at the back of gas station. However they offer quite a few others where there is solitude and sunsets and thats it. We both agree that this is more 'us'. We dont see any point in paying $30/night for facilities we may never use and be squeezed in like many are. Stoopid bit is we would sooner pay $30/night for many boondocks on offer than the glitzy 5* sites. This is a difficult subject to broach but please understand this is not a snobbery issue but more a security issue. We firmly believe that you get what you pay for so a free boondock could be interpreted as we get nothing but we need personal security. So who would tend to frequent the boondocks and would we be in any danger by parking in one for any length of time? Apart from noisy, boistrous neighbours there may be wild animals or spiders, snakes and things that go bomp in the night that we have not yet got on our 'Must Avoid' list. Can someone tell me what we might expect in the boondock users who may frequent these places and the threats and inconveniences conjured up by Mother Nature? I have been looking up a Yaesu ham radio and other goodies so we can call out from wherever we may be, a gun license and a Glock .44 for the more determined intruders.