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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Cell phone signal sketchy? Wait for sunset

By Dave Helgeson Are you a baby boomer? Do you remember the Bell Telephone television commercial about Uncle Ralph calling long distance from California and...

Portable generator is perfect for RVing

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...

How to store a small vacuum in your RV

By Jim Twamley Vacuum cleaners come in various sizes and therefore the storage requirements differ. My wife and I use a DirtDevil hand-held vacuum because...

Light up your RV with magnetic LED lights

By Jim Twamley I was in WalMart with my camera and spotted these LED lights. Who else but yours truly would remove these from the...

How to prevent your solar panels from being stolen

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Reports from around the sunny side of the nation show that theft of solar panels is on the increase....

A better drain valve for your RV

By Jim Twamley Seems like the fresh water tank drain valves provided on RVs are just too wimpy and easy to break. Here's a way...

How to keep the condensation out of your RV

By Russ and Tiña DeMaris One of the banes of winter RVing is the buildup of humidity in a rig. Cooking, taking showers and running...

How to keep your clothes from falling in the closet as you drive

If only the hangers in our RV closets would stay put like the ones at home! Well, they would if we would just stop...

WaterLogic hybrid provides safe drinking water to RVers

Contaminated water is worrisome for the general consumer but it has created a special dilemma for RV travelers. RVer's draw water from unfamiliar sources...

Tailgate ladder saves the day getting onto pickup bed

By Bob Difley Do you remember when you could jump up into the bed of your pickup with ease. As we age, we...

RV smell bad after being closed up? Charcoal to the rescue

To rid your RV of musty or bad smells after storage or after being closed up for a few weeks, place activated charcoal in...

Don’t trust your GPS!

by Chris Guld GeeksOnTour.TV   We have several GPS devices, some are test units, some are our old standbys. Every time we encounter an issue with driving...
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