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Ghost Town Trails – Tunnel Camp, Nevada

Tunnel Camp, Nevada, is the featured ghost town in this month’s installment of Ghost Town Trails. It is located a day or two drive...

RVer’s death could have been prevented with a satellite messenger. Don’t let it happen to you!

In April of last year, my wife and I were traveling through central Nevada on the way to Death Valley when we learned about...

What is RVing worth these days?

With the current surge in fuel prices, higher campground fees and the cost of new RVs on the rise, many questioning if the RV...

Ghost Town Trails – Bonnie Claire, Nevada

Bonnie Claire, Nevada, is the featured ghost town in this month’s installment of Ghost Town Trails. The last two installments, Ballarat and Tumco, CA, were...

Surfing or searching – Where to find truth about RVing

There is so much questionable material floating around these days, how do you tell fact from fiction? My Pastor recently posed a question in a...

Trailer users – Here’s a front/rear leveling tip

By Dave Helgeson When you're logging long miles and pull into a campsite for the night, the last thing you want to do is take...

Ghost Town Trails: Tumco, California

Welcome to the second installment of Ghost Town Trails as we visit Tumco, California. Tumco is an easy visit for snowbirds spending the winter in...

If you don’t like the view out your window … move

Note: This post is not meant to disparage anyone on how or where they camp, but to inspire everyone not to accept mediocre and...

Questionable RVing features: What were they thinking?

Have you ever wondered, "What were they thinking?" when you encountered a feature "designed" to enhance your RVing experience? My college years were spent earning...

Ghost Town Trails: Ballarat, California

One of the many activities my wife and I like to partake in while RVing is exploring ghost towns, abandoned mining camps and other...

Dump station etiquette – How long is too long when others are waiting?

Someone recently asked: "How long is too long when others are waiting behind you at the dump station?" This caused me to ponder an appropriate...

Have RVs become too complicated?

Many believe I was born in an RV. Conceived, maybe; born, no. However, I was literally born into the RV industry as my dad...