For years, RVers have relied on expensive RV-specific GPS devices to get us to our destination safely. Whether built-in to the RV or purchased aftermarket, base model or elaborate tablet […]
In our last article, we looked at watts along with watt-hours and what they mean to an RVer. In this post, we will look at how to determine the watt […]
About an hour south of Minnesota’s Twin Cities is Hidden Meadows RV Park in Pine Island, a quiet agricultural town of 3,000. Nestled on 30 acres near the Zumbro River, […]
A new RV resort recently opened by the NASA Space Center just south of Houston, Texas. Jetstream RV Resort at NASA is the area’s newest luxury park with 202 full […]
Many people outside of Colorado are only familiar with South Park from the animated TV series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The characters of Kyle, Stan, Eric, and […]
Just when they thought the road life was on hiatus, the Pyke family embark on another family RV documentary into the Far Green Country.
For boondocking purists such as we are, it seemed impossible that we’d ever have a generator on an RV. Maybe we wouldn’t have, had it not been that a truck camper we picked up came equipped with one. We’re almost embarrassed to note that having the generator has proved to be a fine thing. We don’t use it for long periods of time—we still rely heavily on solar—but it has come in handy pretty often. However, having a generator is like having a pet—you’ve got to take care of it, or you’ll learn to regret it. Happily, it’s not difficult to handle simple generator maintenance.
Set nearly halfway between Reno, Nevada (290 miles to the east) and Salt Lake City, Utah (230 miles to the west), Elko, Nevada is a popular stop for those traveling […]
RVers hit the road for many reasons, whether it’s to see more landscapes and attractions across the country or to simply live a cheaper, downsized lifestyle. For author Laura Fahrenthold, […]
Updated 10/21/2019 The following entry is a very basic explanation of Watts and Watt-hours to help new RVers understand the terms and what it means to them when calculating power […]
It’s about that time of year again when snowbirds are heading south for the winter to destinations like Arizona and Florida. While everyone flocks to popular places like Quartzsite and […]
Roughly 30 miles north of Waco, Texas is a quiet and comfortable campground: Lake Whitney State Park in the town of Whitney. This year-round destination draws visitors from the entire […]