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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Buggy night in camp? Bugout shelter keeps bugs away

When Cam Bresinger incorporated his company Nemo he was still in college. Only two months later, following his graduation, Cam moved it into an...
Boondocking

Transition to RV solar with low-cost task lights

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Many RVers that are new to boondocking shudder at the expense of putting in a solar charging system. They...
Boondocking

Cart makes easy work of lugging your RV stuff

By Bob Difley One of the things I like about boondocking in undesignated campsites or in some forest service campgrounds is that the picnic-table-outside-recreation-hub...

Awning in danger of high winds? Milk to the rescue!

By Bob Difley Blasting winds can come up unexpectedly and blow with strong gusts, then fade away. Trouble is, they can leave a trail of...
Boondocking

Try this Oregon Coast nesty forest service campground

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We will be traveling down the coast of Oregon this summer and though I...

Building an RV Park: Why we decided to “go for it”

By Machelle James If I could bottle up all the love and support we have received over the last two weeks, I would have to try...

12-volt fan moves lots of air. Breeze may keep mosquitoes away

The powerful, high volume, Endless Breeze portable 12-volt fan from Fan-tastic Vent uses an automotive type motor and twelve inch blade operating at three speeds. The...
Boondocking

Is it boondocking, dry-camping or blacktop boondocking?

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi, Bob, I'm confused. I've heard the terms boondocking, dry-camping, blacktop boondocking, and others. Do they all...
Boondocking

Desolenator enables water independence: Just add sun

By Bob Difley The first paragraph you read on Desolenator's  website states: "Desolenator is a clean technology venture that has developed and patented what’s on track...

Building an RV park: Decisions, decisions. It’s showtime!

By Machelle James Oh boy. Our campground decisions seem to be changing on a daily basis. We had to make a tough decision last week....

Insect repellent is tough on mosquitoes, other biting bugs

When mosquitoes and other biting insects target you in your campsite or on the trail, you need to get tough. And so should your...

Cleaning up looks good and feels good

By Greg Illes We've all rolled into a campsite and found trash lying around. Cans and bottles and candy wrappers are the usual offenses, but...
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