Trying to refresh your old RV with an updated new awning? You are in the right place! RV awnings are one of the most common parts of an RV I see needing replacement. This is usually due to extended outdoor storage or idling in one place, with minimal protection from the elements. Often water creeps […]
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Hitting the open road with your pets is a blast, but it definitely comes with a few obstacles. This is especially true if you live or travel in an RV and have a cat you can’t leave behind. Cats like moving around as much as you do, which is why they’re such good traveling companions.
Over winter, I often stay in my RV and have parked in some pretty chilly conditions over the years. However, one thing that is sure to spoil your RV experience is a frozen water hose. The good news is that this can be easily avoided if, like me, you invest in heat tape. Heat tape
Whether you’re a full-time RVer or just enjoy the occasional camping weekend, it’s essential to understand your equipment. It’s equally as important to know when there’s a problem with your RV and how to diagnose it. One of the most common things that RVers wonder is how to tell if an RV converter is bad.
Renewable energy sources are transforming the way we think about fulfilling our power consumption needs either at home or on the road. Choosing one of the best RV solar panel kits can help you remain independent while traveling through areas where you don’t have access to the utility grid. It also enables you to boondock
Its here! The 2020 very popular Good Sam Guide and Campground Directory. The Good Sam Guide Series is the only print edition of RV parks and campgrounds in North America. This is one of the most popular guides and many RVers love it – including me. The 2020 Good Sam Guide Series features an exclusive,
Have you ever turned on a tap in a campground or RV park and the water that flowed out was a rusty color or smelled really bad? I have – quite often as a matter a fact. I am freakishly paranoid about the water we use when we’re RVing and without fail, we use a
I’ve been told that we will need at least 2 months to see and do everything that’s important when we go to Alaska. That works for us – we are in no hurry and if we have enough time to really enjoy the journey to and in Alaska, so much the better. I’ve never actually
RV EDUCATION 101 Learn all about RVing from an expert. During my research to provide relevant quality information to my readers I have come across Mark Polk’s name on numerous occasions as someone who is very knowledgeable about RVing. He is a retired Army Chief Warrant Officer Three, with a very extensive RV background
Road Cash – How to make money while living on the road If you’ve dreamed of living on the road in an RV, camper or van, but wondered how you could afford it, this book is for you. Inside, you’ll discover many different ways to generate decent income while living on the road. You’ll learn
Winter RVing is here! This is definitely not where we thought we would be at this time of the year. It’s winter – something I promised myself we would avoid this year. Unfortunately things happen and can’t be helped. Barry injured himself and needs to have his dressings changed every three days by a nurse
Zus Smart Car Charger I was recently contacted by a representative from Nonda, a tech start-up based company from Palo Alto about a new product – a Zus Smart Car Charger – and they asked if I would like to try it and provide a review. I’m always interested in new gadgets and although there