Friday, September 20, 2019
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“To see what is right and not do it is a lack of courage.” –Confucius
Need an excuse to celebrate? Today is National String Cheese Day.
Tip of the Day
A good way to store aerosol cans
“We all have many aerosol cans we use for maintenance and cleaning, etc. I have found the best way to carry them in my motorhome basement is in a plastic ammo can. They are inexpensive and available in many big box stores. They stay in one place, are easy to access and with the lid closed and latched nothing can leak or spray if something falls on them.” Thanks to Mark Anderson for this tip.
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- Camco Water Bandit connects standard water hose to various water sources. Click.
- Camco 90-Degree Hose Elbow eliminates stress/strain on RV water intake hose fittings. Click.
- Camco Plastic Water Pressure Regulator prevents damage to RV water hoses and pumps. Click.
Save thousands on RV refrigerator replacement
Of all of the things that can break in your RV, one of the most expensive issues you’ll face is if your refrigerator goes kaput. When that happens, what do you do? The standard answer is, “Buy a new refrigerator.” But many RVers have found that there may be alternatives. Learn more.
You may have missed these stories last week…
- Keep that expensive battery bank alive – It’s easy!
- Keystone Carbon toy haulers offer new travel trailer options
- Pocket gas sniffer can keep you from blowing up
- The cutest little (micro) trailer you have ever seen
- GM recalls almost 3.5 million trucks, SUVs due to brake problem
Save money with these reusable silicone bags
Never waste money on plastic bags again! This 4-pack of reusable silicone food bags have an airtight seal and are leak-proof, keeping food fresh for longer. Easily freeze the bags, and even run them through the dishwasher once you’re done using them. This plastic bag alternative won’t harm the environment, and instead provides a solution that you can wash, rinse and reuse to your heart’s content! Learn more or order.
Random RV Thought
Being on an RV trip is great, but the week before you go is even better; thoughts race around your head about where you’re headed and the roads you’ll take. Anticipation is high for the sense of freedom you’ll feel when you turn the ignition key, hear the engine roar, and roll out your driveway, your home right along with you.
Winnebago debuts 2020 wheelchair-ready motorhomes
Winnebago has updated the features of its 2020 accessibility-enhanced RV line. All models now feature air-assisted doors for wheelchair lifts. … In addition to the new features, the accessibility-enhanced RV line includes floorplans that reflect the most commonly requested design elements. Learn more.
Website of the day
Space heater uses less than two amps! RVtravel.com has one, loves it! More.
The first Planet of the Apes movie, starring Charleston Heston, debuted in 1968.
Leave here with a laugh
Seen on a bumper sticker: “Money isn’t everything, but it sure keeps the kids in touch.”
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