Do It Yourself RV

(Dec. 19, 2018) — Many DIYers or towable trailer fans may have glimpsed a horse trailer flying down the road or parked in a field and envisioned what they can build out of it.

(Dec. 14, 2018) — Canada’s love affair with trains started in the 1800s when a wood-burning steam locomotive rumbled its way out of a railyard in the Province of Quebec to the sound of a cheering crowd.

(Dec. 11, 2018) — Sitting around a campfire while wrapped in a blanket and enjoying a hot drink is the epitome of hygge, so there is no reason why you can’t expand the idea into your camper or trailer.

(Dec. 10, 2018) — For the most part, people who live fulltime in their RVs are pretty quick to get rid of extra stuff. After all, RVs aren’t exactly spacious places, and the less clutter you have lying around, the less stressful your life is going to be.

(Dec. 7, 2018) — Traveling to BC in an RV has to include a visit to one of the best examples of Canada’s wilderness there is—Wells Gray Provincial Park. The magnificence of this scenic, unspoiled wilderness reserve is outstanding.

(Dec. 3, 2018) — Full-time RVing is an amazing adventure and the dream of many. That said, it does come with its fair share of difficulties. Some of these come in the form of vehicle breakdowns or issues with campground reservations. Other issues are with the RV itself.

(Dec. 3, 2018) — Getting ready to travel in a truck camper? If so you may be ready to get out there and hit the road but there are a few things that need to be considered before doing that.

(Nov. 30, 2018) — Slim Potatohead is based in Alberta, Canada, but his camping trips have taken him all over the American West in an effort to escape Canadian winters and enjoy boondocking spots in the desert and mountains.

(Nov. 26, 2018) — A perfect road trip can mean different things to everyone. It might be a meandering drive following the coastline of a waterway, a golf tour challenging different courses along a route, a wine tasting excursion, or following the famous Cariboo Wagon Road and Gold Rush Trail in Western Canada.

(Nov. 21, 2018) — Some of these have been successfully funded during Indiegogo campaigns or are brand new items from favorite companies. While some are a definite splurge, a few can fit perfectly into a stocking or under the tree.

(Nov. 19, 2018) — RVs and freezing weather don’t exactly go hand in hand. But with the right preparations, it can still be a successful and enjoyable experience.

(Nov. 12, 2018) — One of the greatest things about traveling the country—whether in an RV or otherwise—is the opportunity to see all of the amazing historic sites our nation has to offer. Sure, our country may be young. However, we’ve had a lot going on in our short history, and it is fascinating to witness the sites where incredible historic events took place.

(Nov. 9, 2018) — It doesn’t matter if you have a brand new RV or a longtime trusted travel trailer, you will eventually have to take it out after a long break. This can be done in the spring after a long winter, or during the winter after a long hot summer.

(Nov. 8, 2018) — Living in an RV means getting pretty creative when it comes to storage. Everything from food to office supplies must have a specific place, and cleaning things up as soon as you’re finished with them absolutely must be routine in order to keep the place from slipping into utter chaos.

(Nov. 6, 2018) — One of the highlights of a winter road trip through Baja is the abundance of beach camping opportunities. And what is better than parking your tires steps from the ocean?

(Nov. 5, 2018) — 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.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Camping and bicycles go hand in hand. Whether you enjoy mountain biking through the wilderness or a leisurely ride over the campground roads, riding during a camping trip just feels natural. Besides, having a bike to get around town is great when you don’t pull a tow car behind you or don’t want to unhitch the trailer.

(Nov. 1, 2018) — Do you have dreams of living in an RV, traveling full-time, and having the freedom of going where you want, whenever the mood strikes? That’s what most people who dream of full-time RVing think the lifestyle is all about.

(Oct. 31, 2018) — RV life is full of weird smells. Seriously, I feel like every time I turn around I’m sniffing out a new odd scent and trying to decide how important it is to track it down. You see, some scents are completely harmless—yes, I’m talking about you, last night’s dinner leftovers—while others could actually signal a real issue.

(Oct. 24, 2018) — In some areas “winter” means severe weather and below-zero temperatures, while in others it may be just the occasional hard freeze at night.

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