Good overview and introduction to boondocking, but would happy to see more in the way of anecdotes, personal experiences and opinions - what worked, what didn't, and why.
We are brand new to rv'ing and have a lot to learn. We have lots of simple questions that are probably obvious to anyone with experience - like what do typical boondocking sites look like in terms of access, how much of an issue does irregular ground create for connecting/disconnecting, where do you go for fresh water, how often is the water source drinkable from the tap, where do you get parts from, where can you have them shipped to (post offices?), etc.
The book is a good start and we would be buyers of a part 2 that provided more of things like the above.