Monday, December 9, 2019

Truck campers, do you “dismount” your camper while camping?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Call it the truck camper dilemma: Do you, or do you not, dismount the camper from the truck when...

How to full-time RV on a small budget by conserving fuel

By Curtis Carper Very clearly the cost of fuel is the largest expense when it comes to living the RV lifestyle. Many would love to...

Keep safe while RVing: Unfounded mosquito rumors repelled

by Russ and Tina DeMaris When this post was originally written, West Nile virus was the bugaboo of the day. Later on, it was Zika....

Endless hot showers brings luxury to your boondocking experience

By Curtis Carper Camped away from the masses, alongside a gentle brook. That’s about the ideal setting every RVer hopes to find when they head...

Be kind to your back with a lumbar support camp chair

By Greg Illes For anyone not familiar with the term, "lumbar" refers to that portion of your back just above your waist. The spinal vertebra...

Leave the bugs for the birds

by Greg Illes Let’s face it — the lovely forests and streams that we all enjoy when we are out-and-about are fantastic havens for all...

Try out a propane campfire when burning wood just won’t do

By Greg Illes Let's face it — a wood campfire is the ultimate outdoor experience in so many ways. The dancing flames, flickering light and...

Ten tips for proper hydration

We need water. But many of us do not drink enough of it, which is bad for our health. Here are some tips about...

Appreciate – but don’t mess with – the coyote

By RVer He must be one of Warner Brothers' favorites: Wile E. Coyote, facing off in those "can't win" situations with the Roadrunner. No, that...

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...

RV campfire manners

By Jim Twamley Let me state this clearly: RVers who leave campfires unattended are thoughtless. Besides the fact that an unattended fire has the potential...

Going solar? Be realistic about your power needs

By Greg Illes So you've decided to "go solar." Congratulations! No doubt you've read a lot about panel types and inverter technologies, and maybe received...

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