Visiting the beach is a must in the summer, but it also means you’re going to be bringing back tons of sand. Here are a few things you can do to help keep sand from getting tracked in and around your RV. Use a brush to clean off Pack a small brush to wipe off […]
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 […]
Developers of a new line of sunglasses that fit in a small, protective case had the RV-golfer in mind. Popticals, maker of compact performance eyewear, has designed specific sunglasses for outdoor activities including golfing, hiking, fishing, biking, and running. According to Joe Wieczorek of The Media Group, the company that promotes Popticals, this innovative line […]
Everyone loves the sun, but too much of a good thing is not good for your skin. The Skin Cancer Foundation reports that each year more than five million skin cancer cases are diagnosed here in the United States. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S., but fortunately, is also […]
When you’re out camping on a hot summer day, you’ll be glad to have a portable cooler to keep your food and drinks cold. We shopped around and found the best coolers to either fill with ice or plug into your vehicle’s 12-volt outlet. 1. YETI Roadie The Roadie is the smallest cooler in YETI’s […]
RVers have many options when it comes to portable grills. A variety of transportable barbecues fueled by propane and charcoal are available in a range of sizes, and some also collapse for easy storage. These ten are among the best for RV travel and grilling your food to perfection. 1. Camco Olympian Portable Grill You […]
Summer means one thing: time to head out RVing with the family, enjoying hiking, biking, barbequing, and making s’mores around the campfire. However, nothing can take the fun and adventure out of your RV campout quicker than the buzz and bite of mosquitoes in and around your site. While no precautionary measures can guarantee a […]
Rattling down the highway does more than jar an old man’s dentures. Your RV suffers too. One way those bumps and jolts can manifest themselves is in what appears to be a roof leak. But wait! Don’t think your roof is leaking from something ‘upstairs’. It may be something that you need to fix from […]
Easy summer RV cooking doesn’t have to be expensive or hard. Try these three meal tips I’ve learned as a full-time RVer for better health and relaxation.
On August 21 North America is ground zero for a total eclipse of the sun. Try these tips for the best way to go RVing for eclipse 2017.
The pump party is over as RVers prepare to pay more for RV gas and diesel costs during the summer 2017 driving season and beyond.