Submitted by boondockbob on Tue, 09/16/2014 - 08:59
That season is approaching when the sun no longer keeps you warm enough. Especially in the early morning chill, think how comfortable the flow of warm air can feel at your feet. If you haven't opted yet for an installed propane heater, Mr. Heater can do the job and have you toasty warm before your coffee finishes brewing. And for boondockers, it requires no electricity - just a connection to a propane source.
Submitted by chuck2 on Mon, 09/15/2014 - 06:57
Submitted by boondockbob on Mon, 09/08/2014 - 16:08
There are two kinds of RVers. Those who put their RV into storage for the winter and those that head for warmer climates like the Southwestern Deserts. But one fact is common to both kinds of RVers: Whichever choice you make, unless you store your RV at a location with inside storage (expensive) or camp in a warehouse in the desert (do they have those?) your RV will be exposed to the sun's ultraviolet rays.
Submitted by boondockbob on Sun, 09/07/2014 - 14:47
If you've recently made the change from a charcoal grill to a gas grill for its convenience, quick start up, and more predictable results, you may have also noticed that it can get a bit expensive cooking with those small propane gas cylinders.
Submitted by chuck2 on Thu, 09/04/2014 - 11:00
Quiet, compact, and lightweight, the Powerhouse 2000Wi inverter generator provides clean, portable power that's perfect for campground, tailgate party or any outdoor activity where you need your own electrical supply.
Submitted by boondockbob on Tue, 09/02/2014 - 16:40
Submitted by boondockbob on Thu, 08/28/2014 - 10:26
Who needs to buy three cords, when only one is needed? Conntek's innovative Plug'n'Glow String Light/Inline cord-set combo provides safe electrical power for tools and accessories, as well as lighting for dark areas. This three-light string kit is extremely versatile, enabling owners to use it as a string light kit or a multi-outlet inline cord-set.
Submitted by boondockbob on Wed, 08/27/2014 - 16:34
Submitted by boondockbob on Sun, 08/24/2014 - 16:47
You may not be entirely thrilled with a campground neighbor full of hot air, but an air compressor with hot air (or cool air, for that matter) - even if possessed by your hot aired RV neighbor - when you needed it would be acceptable. But then, why depend on your neighbor to supply the hot air when you could provide your own.
Submitted by boondockbob on Fri, 08/22/2014 - 09:11
Have you ever changed your RV's or tow's engine oil? You know what a mess that can be, unscrewing the drain plug from the oil pan and having hot and messy engine oil drain out all over your hands.
Not pleasant, even with surgical gloves on. And if you've never considered changing the oil because of the mess, who could blame you.