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Issue 881 • Week of January 26 – February 1, 2019
With Chuck Woodbury | Chuck (at) RVtravel.com
Along-time friend of mine almost died last week. Some good luck and quick action by good Samaritans saved him. But the outcome could easily have gone the other way.
My friend Dick Schmidt was boarding a plane from Honolulu to Sacramento when he suddenly felt dizzy and then collapsed – a heart attack. He stopped breathing.
Here, according to his partner Jan Haag, is what happened next:
“A man who’d been in line to board the plane appeared at my side. ‘I’m a nurse,’ said Claudio Alvarado. ‘Let me help.’ [He] checked for a pulse and then began chest compressions on Dick.
“A woman came out of the line saying that she was a nurse, too, and she and Claudio worked on Dick together. Shortly thereafter, the EMTs arrived and so did a small, portable machine with pads and wires that were hooked up to Dick’s chest. Someone called ‘Clear!’ and the machine delivered a great shock to Dick’s fluttering heart. It brought him back to life within a couple of minutes.”
THAT MACHINE WAS AN A.E.D., an automated external defibrillator. They are available in many airports and other public places. My family has a history of heart disease, so I purchased one of my own just in case. Most models cost about $1,300. I got my Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator at Amazon.
After learning about Dick’s experience, I asked myself, “What if he had been in an RV park instead of an airport? What are the chances the park would have had an A.E.D. machine?” From my observations, pretty darn slim. I can’t recall a park where I’ve stayed that was equipped with one. And keep in mind that many campgrounds and RV parks are in rural areas, a half hour or more away from emergency aid. I suspect for most people experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, that’s too long.
Gail and I have placed an A.E.D. decal on our RV, and now inform the clerks at RV parks where we stay that we have the device in case it’s needed. While I hope the machine is never necessary to save our lives it would give us both deep satisfaction to be able to save a life in a rural campground or RV park by having our defibrillator handy. And, by the way, they are very easy to use.
Mike Sokol and I frequently talk about the need for RV parks to be equipped with A.E.D.s. We plan to arrange demonstrations of the devices at rallies where we participate. We have urged readers of this newsletter to ask at parks where they stay if there’s an A.E.D. on the premises. If not, we hope those readers will strongly urge the parks to get one.
Let’s start a directory of RV parks where A.E.D.s are available. If you know of such a park, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com. We’ll list them on a special page on this website.
Another RV Electricity Newsletter is coming tomorrow. You should sign up to receive it. What you learn could save you from blowing up your RV, your RV appliances or even hurting yourself. Sign up here.
My conversation on the radio last week
I spent a full hour with Alan Warren last week on his syndicated radio program, The RV Show USA. You can listen to highlights of our conversation below. For those of you with bandwidth limitations, this audio file doesn’t take much.
My Roadside Journal
(about whatever is on my mind, not necessarily RV-related)
- I’m a snoop, but that’s okay.
- The night I met Fats Domino.
- How a pig almost sent the USA and Britain to war.
Readers speak out
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National Park Service comments on temporary end to shutdown
Statement from the National Park Service, late afternoon January 25, 2019 — Following the enactment of the ending of the federal government shutdown, the National Park Service is preparing to resume regular operations nationwide though the schedule for individual parks may vary depending on staff size and complexity of operations. Many parks which have been accessible throughout the lapse in appropriations remain accessible with basic services. Read more.
RV shipments dive in December
Perhaps the bubble is about to burst. The RV Industry Association’s (RVIA) December survey of manufacturers found that total RV shipments finished the month with 28,363 wholesale shipments, a decrease of 21.7% from the 36,227 units shipped last December. Motorhome shipments ended December down 32.7% Learn more.
That was the RV week that was
• Average selling prices for used RVs goes up.
• RV park reinvents itself as a “wellness community.”
• Some Florida RV parks remain closed from hurricane damage.
. . . and much more.
In this video from RV PRO Magazine with the Vice-President of Marketing and Communications for the RV Industry Association (RVIA), James Ashurst discusses ways the organization is working with the federal government. If you are interested in the workings of the RV industry, here’s an overview of what’s going on from the RVIA’s head PR man. Watch the video.
RV has rooftop swimming pool
It’s true, this travel trailer has a rooftop swimming pool. For those RVers who refuse to swim in lakes or rivers or, heaven forbid, public pools, maybe this is the solution. But there’s one problem. You may have a tough time finding a model like this at your local RV dealer. Find out here.
Another RV Horror Story
Here is another posting from our Facebook group RV Horror Stories, which we formed to allow RVers with defective RVs to share their experiences. Member Cathi Claiborne Peters posted this story about her new 2018 Forest River Leprechaun. By the way, this is not an isolated incident. Similar tales are posted almost every day. Read more.
Lippert Components files lawsuit against its former president
Lippert Components, Inc., a leading supplier of components to the RV industry, has filed a lawsuit in Indiana’s Elkhart County against its former president Scott Mereness. The complaint alleges that Mereness used LCI’s confidential information to usurp a corporate opportunity. Read more.
What would you do if you found $1,000 in an unmarked paper bag?
Please let us know. After you click your response, you’ll see how others have responded. Feel free to leave a comment. We’ll post the final results in next week’s newsletter. CLICK HERE.
What we learned about you last week
Did you buy a tow vehicle to tow, or pull behind your RV? How many miles are on your RV (surprisingly not a lot!)? Would you buy an RV online without seeing it in person? You might be surprised at the response. Where did you grow up? Do you smoke, and if so, what? All this and more, right here.
Is this the longest fifth wheel trailer?
Wow! How you’d like to tow this monster down the highway? No tight turns for you, that’s for sure. But, hold on … Is this for real? We’ll tell you if you just click here.
James and Stef of The Fit RV get a special tour of the Coachmen Class B motorhome factory in Middlebury, Indiana. In this 22-minute video, see the step-by-step process of building the compact RV. Watch the fascinating video.
Nevada museum commemorates the West’s “Lost City”
Len Wilcox has a story for you about a once-thriving Native American city that is gone forever, never to be seen again. Thankfully, many remnants were saved before it disappeared, and you can see them at an out-of-the-way museum in the Silver State. Read more or hear Len tell the story of this lost civilization.
The Roadtrek/Hymer scandal. An update
The following article was posted Jan. 21 by Mike Wendland on the website Roadtreking that he produces with his wife, Jennifer. “I have promised an update on the scandal and disturbing news about financial irregularities swirling around Roadtrek motorhome’s corporate parent, the Erwin Hymer Group of North America. Here’s what we now know.” Learn more about this “huge development.”
Summer campground positions open in South Dakota parks
The deadline is fast approaching to apply for summer employment with the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP). State park positions include general maintenance, entrance station attendant, maintenance worker, campground attendant, law enforcement, heavy equipment operator and naturalist plus seasonal work camper positions. Learn more.
Why you should not refill disposable propane cylinders, with an exception
Some 40 million one-pound disposable propane cylinders are sold each year in the USA. National park visitors often just leave them in a dumpster – which in 2014 amounted to 23,000 of the little metal cylinders at Yosemite National Park alone, costing more than a $1 each for proper disposal. So why not refill the smaller cylinders? There are several good reasons.
How to heat your massive space efficiently
Last week Rich “The Wanderman” wrote about lighting his new 24′ x 22′ x 12′ fabric hangar. Next he needed to figure out how to heat up that big space – when it was 19 degrees outside! He did a lot of research and found that the best way to do it is with a kerosene forced air heater. Learn more.
Cross an Airstream with a submarine: Eriba Touring 820 trailer
It may be the Airstream trailer of the European continent – the Eriba line has been in the marketplace for more than 60 years, and is releasing its new 28-foot Touring 820 travel trailer this spring. Find out what Russ and Tiña De Maris think about this new trailer that looks like an Airstream combined with a submarine. Read more.
Suburban announces new line of six-gallon RV water heaters
Suburban has announced a new line of six-gallon RV water heaters for the aftermarket designed for new water heater installations and to replace existing water heater models with aluminum storage tanks. With 10,000 BTU/h of LP gas, the heater provides a fast recovery time which, combined with the optional 120 VAC 1440 W Incoloy electric element, make the recovery rate faster. Learn more.
Popular articles from last week’s issue
• Good Sam Club, Rest In Peace. (Most popular topic, 2nd week in a row)
• Did you buy a special vehicle to tow your RV or to tow behind it? (Lots of comments.)
• Time running out on Malia’s terminal cancer battle.
• Foretravel debuts downsized luxury diesel motorhome.
• What we learned about you last week (January 12–18).
• Forget insect repellent: Just paint yourself with stripes!
• Potential problems with plastic bypass valves.
• Exploring the country in an RV is not a “road race.”
NEW EDITION FOR 2019
Never take a wrong exit off an Interstate. The 2019 Next Exit lists every exit along every Interstate and lists what you’ll find: gas stations (including those with diesel), campgrounds, truck stops, casinos, retail stores (by name), malls, factory outlets, drug stores, hospitals, rest areas & more. Very helpful even if you have a GPS. Learn more or order.
Prefer to travel with a group of RVers? There are plenty of great RV trips to choose from. Here are a few.
The RV Show USA
Listen each Wednesday evening on Facebook or YouTube for the live taping of America’s only syndicated radio program about RVing. Sponsored by Cheyenne Camping Center and PPL Motorhomes.
Did you buy a lemon RV? Here’s more about RV lemons and lawyers who will represent you if you need help.
What does financing an RV for 20 years REALLY mean?
In case you missed this article the first time around, here it is again. Important! Click here.
If you shop at Amazon, would you use one of the links below to do your shopping? The link in the blue bar above also works. Thanks.
Ask the RV Shrink
Couple can’t agree on public or private campgrounds
We have been traveling for almost nine months. We bought a fifth-wheel, a new truck and all the toys. We plan to travel for several years and look for some special place to spend winters, once we have seen all the sights. The problem is campground choice. I like to stay in commercial campgrounds with all the amenities and my husband likes to rough it in remote scenic campgrounds. …
Can’t get enough of the Shrink? Read his e-books, including the brand-new Book 2 in his two-book series: Dr. R.V. Shrink: Everything you ever wanted to know about the RV Lifestyle but were afraid to ask or check out his other e-books.
Essential for big RVs!
2019 Rand McNally Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas
If you drive a big RV — extra long or extra tall — then this truck driver’s road atlas will be a huge help in knowing where you can drive without encountering a low bridge or getting stuck hanging over a cliff. This is an essential aid even if you have a GPS! Coverage: United States, Canada, and Mexico. Learn more or order.
Latest fuel prices
Here are the latest U.S. average prices per gallon of gasoline and diesel fuel as of January 21, 2019:
Regular unleaded gasoline: $2.25. [Calif.: $3.15]
Change from week before: No change; Change from year before: Down 32 cents.
Diesel: $2.97. [Calif.: $3.74]
Change from week before: Down 1 cent; Change from year before: Down 6 cents.
RV Fire Safety Tip
An emergency fire plan that can save your life – Part 13 of 13
Having a solid fire escape plan may help you replace panic with logical, life-saving actions if a fire occurs. Knowing exactly what to do and doing it quickly can make a big difference in an emergency situation.
Hopefully, you’ll never have to put your fire plan into action. However, if you do, remember to keep calm and to get out of your coach like you practiced during fire drills. Stay focused on your prime objective – getting yourself and your passengers out of the RV safely.
If you missed any parts of this emergency fire plan series, or need a refresher course, you can read the important tips here.
Courtesy: Mac “The Fire Guy” McCoy
Protect your RV “pigtail”
That 7-way connector on your travel trailer or fifth wheel is a critical component. When not plugged into your tow rig, the thing is susceptible to the onslaught of dirt, rain and even bugs. This plug cover slips right over your plug and keeps out the crud. Learn more or order.
RV Quick Tips
Keep the land pristine when boondocking
New to boondocking? Nina and Paul from the wheelingit blog have good thoughts for those starting out. Here’s one: “Use existing roads and existing camping spots. If you ask around at any Wildlife, BLM or National Forest office they will all tell you exactly the same thing. We all want to enjoy the wilds, but ultimately the goal is to have as little impact as possible and the best way to do that is to stay on designated roads and park in an area that’s clearly been used before.
“Personally, I consider it a total no-no to drive into pristine country and smash around vegetation to ‘create’ a spot to camp. Some places (e.g., Quartzsite) are so barren/rocky and have so many previously used spots you can camp just about anywhere, but other areas are fragile and less used. In those areas, you really risk permanently damaging the very nature you’ve come to see. Previously used spots are pretty obvious and will typically have a cleared-out area and often a fire ring or other such structure to identify them. Park in the cleared-out area, use the existing fire ring and, of course, make sure the ground is firm enough to carry your weight (ideally before you drive in there).”
Hot water vents and children
Show your children where the water heater and furnace vents are located and explain to them how hot they get. Keep children away from these vents – they can cause serious burns and injuries. Don’t allow children to turn any hot water faucets on. Hot water temperatures can be extremely high if not set properly. Tip from Mark Polk, RV Education 101
Do you have a Quick Tip? Send it to Russ (at) RVtravel.com
Secrets of RVing on Social Security
Author Jerry Minchey explains how you can travel around the country and live the fascinating RV lifestyle for far less than it costs to live in a sticks-and-bricks home. Among other things, he shows you step-by-step how to enjoy the RVing lifestyle on just your Social Security income. Learn more or order.
The business of work camping – What if the campground changes its mind on your arrival?
What happens when you pull into the campground and the owner/manager tells you to find a site, get comfortable for a few days then see them in the office, only to find out that they have changed what had been agreed upon? It happens. So what can you do? Find out here.
Amazon Deals of the Day!
Here are more than 1,000 special deals, just for today. And the items just keep on changing. If you can’t find a great deal here on something you want, then, well, you must not need anything. If nothing else, it sure is fun to poke around here to see the incredible array of cool stuff that’s available today at bargain prices! Click here for today’s deals!
Ask the RV Doctor
The RV Doctor, Gary Bunzer, answers your questions
Keeping RV water lines from freezing during cold winter use
We have a Class C motorhome. We have used it quite often this winter and have resisted winterizing it because we use the shower and toilet and such. I have heated it through the winter so far without any problems, but during a recent cold snap the bathroom plumbing froze. I believe the problem is where the water lines run under the floor to the opposite side of the cabin. Interior heat, I suspect, was not enough to keep the lines from freezing under the floor. …
Maintain those slide seals!
If you’ve heard a cracking or popping sound when extending your slide outs, it means your seals are sticking and/or drying out! Using a seal conditioner about every 8-12 weeks is recommended to avoid drying and cracking. Once they begin to wear and show damage, they are no longer working to their fullest capacity. We recommend using Thetford Premium RV Slide Out Rubber Seal Conditioner – it works like a charm.
with Bob Difley
Your RV plumbing: Shake, rattle and roll!
One major way our RVs differ from our stick houses is the ability to drive them down the highways to a new location. But that also leads to potential problems that you ordinarily don’t have to worry about with your stick house — unless there is an earthquake — and that’s shake, rattle and roll. The rigidity of your RV bouncing down the road applies considerable tension to every fitting in your RV — all the screws, nails, bolts, shelf mounts and plumbing joints. …
You can find Bob Difley’s e-books on Amazon Kindle.
Mini dehumidifier removes moisture from RV
This mini dehumidifier from Pro Breeze quickly and efficiently removes moisture from the air. It is perfect for use in small areas like RVs. It extracts up to 9 ounces of moisture per day with a large 16-ounce capacity water tank that will automatically shut off when full. Very quiet, too. Learn more or order.
with Mike Sokol
What’s up with upside-down outlets?
I’ve encountered quite a few 15-amp outlets that were “upside down” with the ground at the top instead of the bottom. And it seems like this same upside-down orientation is what’s needed to plug in my shore power plug without it sticking up in the air. So is there a right or wrong way for outlets to be installed in your home? And is there a right or wrong way for pedestals to be installed at a campground? —Dizzy in Denver
Mike Sokol is an electrical and professional sound expert with 40 years in the industry. His excellent book RV Electrical Safety is available at Amazon.com. For more info on Mike’s qualifications as an electrical expert, click here.
Keep the mud outside!
We saw the Mudbuster in action and were impressed – why doesn’t everyone have one of these? If Fido is always playing outside and bringing the mud inside, say no more. Simply fill the Mudbuster with water, dip your dog’s paws in one at a time, and voila! They come out clean as a whistle. No more paper towels or wet-wipe waste. Learn more or order.
RV Tire Safety
with RV tire expert Roger Marble
Can a TPMS provide advance warning of a belt/tread separation?
Roger read the following on a forum where they were discussing the advantages of having a TPMS: “… [I]f there is something happening to the tire like tread separation which could lead to a blowout the temp likely would be going up and the alarm would sound and show temp compared to other tires….” Roger says, “Au contraire.” Well, not quite, but you can read his response here.
Don’t toss away good batteries!
Most RVers rely on battery-powered devices, whether flashlights, radios or cameras. But sometimes you just can’t tell how much battery life remains so you toss it. This inexpensive tester will alert you to the condition of a battery, saving you money from needlessly tossing still-good ones away! Works on AA, AAA, C, D, 9V and button-type batteries. Learn more or order.
The RV Kitchen
with Janet Groene
Coffee Coffee Cake
Coffee cake with a coffee kick. No tiresome beating nor electric mixer needed. Just use a whisk to make this super-moist, flavorful, simple coffee cake in minutes. There’s no frosting to fuss with, so it’s easy to transport to the campground kaffeeklatsch or potluck. Get the recipe.
RV Short Stop
with Julianne G. Crane
Tucson – “Southern Arizona’s Cultural Oasis”
Each winter RV Snowbirds from cold locations flock to southern Arizona for warm temperatures, arid days and incredible landscapes. Tucson offers countless fun and low-cost cultural activities that entice thousands of visitors. The city’s vibrant artistic mix includes exceptional museums, inspiring galleries, mesmerizing street murals and lively music. Learn more.
2019 guide to Firearm Laws now available
If you travel with a firearm, you need this to avoid breaking state laws. This details the firearm laws of all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, and how to prepare, carry and transport your weapons. What’s legal in one state may be a felony in another! Essential for RVers who cross state lines. Learn more or order.
Facebook Groups about RVing
Free and bargain camping
Cracker Barrel # 90, Murfreesboro, TN
FREE! Overnight parking is allowed for one night. Lot is level, well-lit, safe, but there is likely some traffic noise from I-24. No marked bus/RV spaces at this location, so park where directed by Manager. More details on this location here.
Walmart Store, #3120, Woodstock, ON
FREE! Overnight parking is allowed, but permission from the store is required. Well-lit, but not level. Park near the outer perimeter of lot. Lot is quiet with no apparent security issues. More details on this location here.
Overnight RV Parking, with more than 13,480 locations listed, is the largest and best resource for locating free and inexpensive places to spend a night in an RV. For membership information and a demo of the site, click here. Watch a video about OvernightRVparking.com.
New & interesting finds at Amazon.com
See what really cool stuff Amazon is featuring today. It’s a whole lot of fun just browsing through all these great items. The selection changes every day, so check back often. You never know what you will find, which is part of the fun of visiting here. Check it out.
Upcoming RV Shows
• Quartzsite RV Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Quartzsite, AZ
• Pittsburgh RV Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Pittsburgh PA
• Louisville Boat, RV & Sportshow, Now thru Jan. 27, Louisville, KY
• Inland Northwest RV Show & Sale, Now thru Jan. 27, Spokane, WA
• Cincinnati-Dayton RV Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Dayton, OH
• Atlanta Camping & RV Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Atlanta, GA
• Huntington RV and Boat Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Huntington, WV
• Northeast RV & Camping Show, Now thru Jan. 27, Hartford, CT
• Fort Wayne RV & Camping Show, January 31 – February 3, Fort Wayne, IN
• Detroit RV & Camping Show, February 6-10, Novi, MI
• Colorado Springs RV & Outdoor Show, February 7-9, Colorado Springs, CO
• Seattle RV Show, February 7-10, Seattle, WA. Visit website
• Chicago RV & Camping Show, February 7-10, Rosemont, IL
• Jacksonville RV MegaShow, February 7-10, Jacksonville, FL
• Minneapolis/St. Paul RV, Vacation & Camping Show, February 7-10, Minneapolis, MN
• Salem Spring RV Show, February 7-10, Salem, OR
• Richmond Camping RV Expo, February 8-10, Richmond, VA
• Ottawa RV Expo and Sale, February 8-10, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
• OKC RV Super Show, February 14-17, Oklahoma City, OK
• Utah Sportsman, Vacation & RV Show, February 14-17, Sandy, UT
• Arkansas RV Show, February 15-17, Little Rock, AR
• Atlantic City RV & Camping Show, February 15-17, Atlantic City, NJ
• Chattanooga RV Show, February 15-17, Chattanooga, TN
• Topeka RV & Sport Show, February 15-17, Topeka, KS
• Northeast RV Show, February 15-18, Suffern, NY
• Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show, February 15-24, Indianapolis, IN
• Maryland RV Show, February 15-24, Timonium MD
Microwave cover collapses for easy storage
When heating your food you don’t want to spend 10 minutes later cleaning the splatters inside the microwave. Here’s the solution — and perfect for RVers: it pops down flat for easy storage. Lid perforations allow steam to escape to keep food moist. Doubles as a strainer, too! Learn more or order at Amazon.com
The letters M&M in those tasty candies stand for the founders of M&M: Forrest E. Mars Sr. and Bruce Murrie.
NEW: Stupid Tourist Questions
From Nicki Loth, former travel agent:
A client booking a ski trip to Steamboat Springs, CO, wanted a room close to the gondola to Vail. The two ski areas are about 100 miles and a major mountain pass apart.
Asked of Dennis Prichard, ranger, at a national park:
“What season do the deer turn into elk?”
Have you overheard a stupid tourist question at a National Park or other well-known tourist location? Send it to diane(at)RVtravel.com
Bumper sticker of the week
The license plate frame on the back of Sam’s truck (TV):
IF YOU CAN READ THIS MY TRAILER FELL OFF
Have you seen a funny bumper sticker? Send it to diane(at)RVtravel.com
Joke of the Week
My uncle named his dogs Rolex and Timex. They’re his watch dogs.
“There’s a lot of optimism in changing scenery, in seeing what’s down the road.” —Conor Oberst
RV Travel staff
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About the RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury has explored America by RV for three decades. In the ’90s he published the quirky travel newspaper Out West, and was an “on the road” writer for the New York Times Syndicate. His book, “The Best from Out West” is available at Amazon.com. Woodbury’s RVing adventures have been profiled on ABC News, CNN, NBC’s Today Show, and in People Magazine, USA Today and in hundreds of newspapers. He is the host of the Better Business Bureau DVD “Buying a Recreational Vehicle,” the definitive guide to purchasing an RV the right way.
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