Managing temperature and moisture in your RV can be a challenge, particularly as you travel between climates. Too much humidity can cause problems like mold, rust, and allergies. Too dry of a climate can cause discomfort from dry skin rashes and drying out the sinuses, although rarely affects RV performance. Those RVing with pets or […]
Archives for November 2018
Got a leaky trailer or coach and don`t know where to start? Here are a few tips and insight on taking the right measures on how to prevent leaks in your RV.
I have shared many times how I am compiling a national database on free places to camp or boondock in anticipation of that day when my wife and I have the opportunity to RV to the Midwest and East Coast. I have also shared how the farther east you travel, the more difficult it is […]
From new Dometic portable battery power to truck bed bicycle mounts, the 2018 SEMA Show’s outdoor vehicle showcase spotlights awesome RV gear products that make life easier in the outback.
How about parking your RV in the heart of New Orleans, and then teeing it up at a nearby Audubon Golf Trail Course? That plan may sound like a dream, but it is possible when you stay at the French Quarter RV Resort, which is a short walk to the legendary French Quarter. This resort […]
Outside of Georgia’s more populated areas are more than 30 state parks, which are all ideal for RVers and easily accessible off I-75.
Proper preparation and gear are essential to avoid winter camping problems. Let’s look at five winter camping challenges and how to avoid them. 1. Keeping holding tanks from freezing After a weekend of winter camping, the next step is to pull into the dump station to empty your tanks. You then pull the dump valve […]
If you qualify for a senior meal at Denny’s (like me) you probably remember the sitcom Mork & Mindy that debuted in the late 70s. You may recall that Mork was an alien from the planet Ork. The unique thing about Orkans is they aged backward, they are born old and get physically younger with […]
In late October 2018, Dave Stephenson released his most recent book, Notes from the Bardo. In this book, Dave shares his experiences of his first two years as a full-time RVer alone on the road in a Class C RV, starting off as a know-nothing newbie, and learning valuable experiences as he traveled through the […]
When your RV can’t get deep into the back country, overland RV trailers and toads can get you there, as shown by Patriot Campers and James Baroud Rooftop Tents at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas,
Branson, Missouri is always an exciting destination, no matter the time of year. With a brand new golf course opening in November, there’s now one more reason to visit. Long known for its vast entertainment options, Branson also has several quality RV resorts like Cooper Creek Campground. Set on the banks of Lake Taneycomo, Cooper […]