Whether you’re a newbie (or a seasoned veteran who needs a refresher every now and then), here is our version of Tank Dumping 101- plus a few extra tips you may not know.
Who doesn’t love new gear? There always seems to be new and improved stuff coming at you, but living in an RV requires some careful consideration as to what gets priority over the valuable space inside. We have tried a multitude of gizmos over the years, but these four items are newer additions that have […]
Using your stove or oven on a hot summer day can heat up the inside of your RV fast. Head outside to cook or rather opt for cold meals like sandwiches or salads that do not need to be heated up. These items are very useful to have on hand for those dog days of […]
Deer look docile, but an angry mother deer attack can happen in an instant. Here’s how to avoid putting yourself or your pets in harms way.
Today’s new luxury motorhomes are like mansions on wheels with all of their high-end features. They are even fancier and more spacious than many sticks-and-bricks homes and apartments. These are some of the top-dollar coaches now available at Motor Home Specialist that provide every kind of comfort imaginable. 1. 2020 Prevost H3 Priced at two […]
What does your campground of the future look like? A new KOA campaign attempts to answer this question at a recent RV industry trade show.
If you’re curious about workamping before retirement, this full-time RVing couple has some advice for you.
It’s important to give your RV a thorough wash and wax every six months to keep it looking as good as new. Bugs, bird droppings, and grime from the road can leave stains and screw up your RV’s paint job if they are not cleaned properly. Waxing also helps protect your RV from the sun’s […]
The Guadalupe River begins near Kerrville in Texas Hill Country and flows southeast for about 225 miles until it empties in the San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. Several campgrounds and resorts are located along the riverbank with easy access for activities like tubing, kayaking and canoeing, and fishing for trout and bass. […]
If you’re headed north to Alaska, here’s why RV tripping to Tumbler Ridge British Columbia needs to be on your Alaska Highway Bucket List.
One night when I was camping in the woods I went to bed without realizing I hadn’t put away a bag of food hidden under the picnic table. I woke up in the middle of the night to the sound of footsteps outside my tent and I quickly zipped open the door, only to find […]