Let`s call them Ann and Carl. Rolling down a California interstate, Ann detected a flat tire. Carl steered the rig off on the next exit and checked his tires. Flat tire wasn’t the word for it – anything remotely resembling rubber was wrapped around the axle and what was left of a wheel had ground […]
Archives for June 2016
Overweight RVs put your safety and accident liability at risk. Reduce your accident by understanding the importance of weight and tow vehicle limits..
Don’t let being single keep you from enjoying remote spots such as this. In my boondocking seminars I am often asked about RVing solo especially from women.
Colorado Teardrop has offers a new trailer to its lineup for 2016. It’s called the Summit and is designed for enjoying the backcountry for a days at a time.
Looking for a low-cost way to beat summer crowds on your next RV trip? Consider exploring national monuments with RV camping.
Hundreds of millions of visitors from around the world enjoy the national (and State) parks every year and visitors are reminded, at the very least, to adhere to the park regulations, trails and road warnings, and other rules set out by park authorities.
Every job has risks, even workamping. When you get ready to apply for your next assignment, consider these workamping risks and rewards
The Loop – a reversible golf course at Forest Dunes Golf Club in Roscommon, MI. is designed by prolific golf course architect Tom Doak and features two distinct layouts, using the same 18 greens but is played clockwise one day (from the white tees) and counterclockwise the next (from the red tees).
Michigan is called the Great Lakes State for a reason. It’s surrounded by four major bodies of water – Lakes Huron, Michigan, Erie, and Superior – that make up all the attractions, annual events and RV Parks for the thousands of visitors that come here every year. A good starting point is Central Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region in the Saginaw Valley,
If your RV’s exterior walls start to look wavy or bubbly, the problem could be RV delamination. Here’s what to do if it happens to you.
Needing a place to camp along I-40 near Winslow, AZ. I consulted a campground directory (which will remain nameless) and listed an RV park that we felt would meet our needs.