Wildfires can occur for a variety of reasons, but most are caused by human actions, whether directly (ie unattended campfires, fireworks) or indirectly (transformer sparks, powerline arcing, etc). The National Park Service estimates that only about 10% of wildfires are started by natural causes such as lightning. Regardless of how they are started, they are […]
Many serious cooks find a good cast iron pan a kitchen staple. It can be used to perfectly brown potatoes, cook cinnamon rolls, or even roast a whole chicken. Cast iron pans can be used on the stove top, in the oven, or over a campfire. Cast iron has a high volumetric heat capacity, which […]
For years I have been touting the benefits of Google Earth. Through the years I have used it to: Find boondocking campsites View RV parks and campgrounds in advance to see how they are laid out, look at the access and if there are rail lines nearby. Use it to find easy to access fuel […]
When RV camping gets a little too routine, consider adding some variety to your adventures up with fire tower lookout rentals in the west.
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Why burning trash in campfires is a bad idea on many different levels, including the wildfire risk and toxins released into air, land and water.
Even if you hate cooking, these four biggest RV kitchen fire dangers are lurking in your rig. Learn the risks and how to avoid fire catastrophes.
It’s that time of year again when forest fires are the lead story on the nightly news across the 11 western states – with the biggest ones making the national news.
RVers have a reputation for being the friendliest people you’ll ever meet and a recent act of heroism proves it yet again. What would you do if you saw this? On November 7 iRV2 Senior Member David Bott chimed into the iRV2 Discussion Forums to let us know about a fire (not the one pictured […]