Most of you that have followed my blog through the years know my favorite campsite is a free one in the boondocks. One of the many reasons my wife and I prefer the boondocks is that we aren’t annoyed by other camper’s lack of manners. These are the top five inconsiderate things you never should […]
Much like Quartzsite, Lake Havasu City in Western Arizona is a haven for snowbirds in the winter. This city along the Colorado River has year-round sunshine and endless ways to get outdoors. You can find lots of local shops to browse, restaurants to choose from, and RV resorts with 5-star amenities. The city also claims […]
Mark Wilson, along with his brother Doyle and his son Brady, know what it takes to build a quality sheep wagon. They are, after all, a family that has deep roots in Utah sheep ranching. Based just outside of Heber City, Utah, the Wilson family has been sheep ranching for generations. In 1976 Mark decided […]
A few entries ago, I shared a tip for leveling your RV side to side when camping in the boondocks. Given the amount of interest in that entry, I will share another leveling tip for fifth wheel and travel trailer owners that involves front to rear leveling. When you’re logging long miles and pull off […]
Ever since man first attempted to back a horseless carriage up to the coupler of a trailer, he has been trying to devise an easier way to make tow ball and coupler come together in harmony. Wives have used hand gestures in futility, convex mirrors have been mounted on trailer tongues to reflect a view […]
Are bike camper RVs pure fantasy? Two inventions make it possible for pedal-powered tiny homes on wheels to appear at campgrounds near you.
RV manufacturers pay attention to what RVers love. For example, they understand that while many of us love the look of retro vintage trailers, we don’t want the overhead of maintaining something that old. In response, Gulf Stream has launched a modern vintage trailer, the new Vintage Cruiser. The cute and modern vintage trailer The […]