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Use bicycle bottles for your handy drinking water suppliers

By Greg Illes After many years of anywhere from serious to casual cycling, bicycle water bottles had become a familiar accessory to us. So it...

Choose the right vacuum cleaner to keep your rig tidy

By Greg Illes Whether we live in stick-and-brick houses or in our cherished RVs, the grime of daily living always seems to intrude. Dust, dirt...

Displaying your travel collection — in a unique way

By Jim Twamley RVers love to collect things. The problem is that some collectables are too large or heavy to carry along with you in...

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...

Caring for your RV after a rainy getaway

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   The universe is known to have a perverse sense of humor. For weekend RVers, it generally manifests itself in...

Leaving home — a checklist for successful domicile abandonment

By Greg Illes Every RVer's dream is to wander off, leaving home and hearth behind, on a weeks- or months-long meander through far unknown lands....

Dish time? Save time, water and soap

By Bob Difley Here's a method for washing dishes if you're trying to save water, soap, hot water usage and time. •  Fill a small bowl...

Getting along — Pointers for a great RV partnership

By Greg Illes It is said that wherever your relationship is going, traveling together in an RV will take it there sooner. Here are some...

Make your mornings peaceful with generator work-arounds

By Greg Illes One of our recent campsites had a campground "quiet time" ending at 8:00 a.m. We could hear folks moving about the camp...

RVers: Slow down and enjoy life

By Jim Twamley We enjoy the RV lifestyle for many reasons. Travel and experiencing new adventures is at the top of the list. Seeing old...

Secure hiding places in your RV

By Peggi McDonald There are many places to create "out of sight" hiding places in your RV. It's difficult to steal something quickly when you...

Receiver hitch recycling

By Jim Twamley Recycling is good for the planet and for the pocketbook. The price of aluminum keeps going up ($1 a pound in Phoenix...