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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...

Spring’s coming — got your checklist ready?

By Bob Difley Up above the Lower 48, when spring comes and the ice starts to melt, the daytime temperatures become tolerable and those who...

Stroll around your campsite for multiple benefits

By Greg Illes There are a lot of good reasons to hunker down in your RV and stay put. Darkness, bad weather, a really good...

Segregate the campgrounds?

By Bob Difley All campers are not created equal — at least in the opinion of Jeremy Klaszus, published some time back in the Calgary...

Stay longer with supplemental heat when RV boondocking

By Curtis Carper Setting the thermostat at a comfortable level on your RV's furnace is the simplest way to bring your rig up to a...

Keep some essentials — and more — in your toad

By Greg Illes Statistics tell us that 80 percent of the motorhome population tows a car behind their rig. Add to this the number of...

Tips for the snowbirding boondocker

By Bob Difley Snowbird season is on us. If you are planning to spend a few months boondocking in the deserts, you may find the...

Coffee-can your sewer odor away

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your RV is connected to a sewer drain most of the time, you probably keep your gray water...

RVing? Camping? What’s the difference?

By Chuck Woodbury I believe I am finally able to define the lifestyle called RVing, which some people criticize because it's not really "camping." What...