As you are no doubt aware, there is a new pandemic sweeping across the globe. It is called Covid-19. So we were talking and wondering just how this new virus will impact RVing.
Owning an RV can be a lot of work, sometimes. Springtime might be one of those times. If you own an RV and have had it stored through the winter, there is a procedure you should follow to ensure that it is ready to go for the summer season.
If you are contemplating taking a loved RV’ing in the near future, you may want to consider making a few extra preparations in the way of Valentine’s Day gifts as a way to set the mood for your next RV adventure.
As with most things when it comes to owning an RV and/or living in an RV full time or even part time, there are ways to prepare for the inevitability of condensation. Even if your RV is fully winterized and parked during the off season, condensation should still be a concern.
Are you looking for the perfect gift for the RVer in your life? Maybe you live in an RV and are looking for those essential products every RVer needs. No matter what you are looking for you are sure to find something on this page to make the perfect gift for the Rver in your life.
Making sure your fresh water system, including your fresh water holding tank, water lines, and faucets is imperative to ensuring your overall health. This is because, when you fill up your tanks, or hook up to an unknown water [...]
Are you considering heading to California for a trip? Did you know that the state of California offers a free travel guide that you can download? Click here to learn more.
As a Full Time RVer, one of the things we are always looking out for are free or cheap ways to access the Internet. Click here to learn of some of your options when it comes to travelling and the Internet
Did you know that the Government of Canada offers a bunch of free swag? Learn more about what you can get here. Links to those products provided in the article.
Because of the recent "polar vortex" I started thinking about how the cold can affect someone living in the RV full time. So I started researching specifically how the cold affects propane tanks, and the propane in them.