Saturday, January 25, 2020

Get a handle on your handles

If you are carrying several long-handled tools for maintaining your RV’s appearance, look into the Shurhold system where you will need only one handle....

Communication tips for backing up your RV

By Rene Agredano   Learning how to back up an RV is one of the biggest challenges that every RVer encounters. The following tips can make...

Dry your world with H2Out Space Dryers

Actually, it is rocket science! A U.S. company has developed the space-age solution to keep your RV interior dry and fresh. With a rugged...

Want toast? Stove-top toasters save the day

By Greg Illes If you camp mostly hooked-up, you probably have an electric toaster which meets your needs. But there are many camp situations where...

Need water? Get an extra bladder!

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   No, this isn't some kind of new prescription medication. RV water bladders are devices that allow you to fill...

Keep temps under control digitally

By Greg Illes When we first traveled in cool weather in our RV, we luxuriated in the coziness of the cabin heater. After decades of...

“Beam me up, Scotty.” Those handy walkie-talkies

By Greg Illes Everybody knows about walkie-talkies — we've seen them ever since Kirk and Spock showed us how they work. But in the last...

Taking care of batteries, high-tech style

By Greg Illes Sometimes batteries seem ridiculously simple — we tend to see them as either working or dead. But there is way more than...

Use bicycle water bottle racks for rattle-free holders

By Greg Illes I've been using bike bottle racks for a variety of purposes for several years now. They're cheap, solid, rattle-free, easy to install,...

An alternative to duct tape

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   We know we may be stepping onto hallowed ground: RVers love their duct tape. It's the greatest thing for...

Take a really nice shower AND save water

By Greg Illes Before we even took a test drive in our first RV, we knew about "the shower rules" — basically, fast and furious,...

Flagpoles: useful or nuisance?

By Greg Illes Anybody who has been to an Off-Highway-Vehicle (OHV) camp, or to Quartzsite or other big gathering, has seen the tall flagpoles reaching...

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