WASHINGTON — With winter on the way, many of us tend to want to squirrel away food for those long, snowy days. This tendency can also benefit us while we are traveling in our RVs.
Storing non-perishable, shelf-stable foods in our campers and travel trailers not only satisfies that inner rodent, but it can be really helpful to have that food later down the road.
One simple reason for keeping food in a camper is that you may end up in a location that has a very limited supply of just about everything. What if you are boondocking in the middle of the desert or in a tiny town with only one convenience store full of junk food?
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