(Sept. 5, 2018) — Ever drive off from a campsite forgetting to close the vent lid? Or leaving outdoor chairs behind? Or the TV antenna up?
(Sept. 4, 2018) — We just finished a week and a half up in the Bighorn Mountains at 9,000 feet, part of our plan to work our way east in preparation for our trek across the top of the country from the Rockies to the Maritimes to come down the east coast this fall.
(Sept. 3, 2018) — We have been on the road now for most of the sumer and one thing that is starting to get a little dirty is my RV window screens. Mostly there are seeds, those fuzzy kinds, that seemed to be everywhere in certain parts of the country, but also some small bugs.
(Aug. 31, 2018) — Who’s a good Bo?! Today we want to show you why an investment into dog obedience and social training can help prepare your dog for the road and well…anywhere else. Plus some extra safety tips!
(Aug. 30, 2018) — Next to our house, buying an RV is probably the most expensive purchase you will make in a lifetime. When buying a house, it’s normal to have it checked out by a home inspector.
(Aug. 28, 2018) — A few miles north of US 50 on Indiana 37, it calls itself the limestone capital of the world. In addition to the statue, which sits out front of the town hall, there are a number of beautiful limestone buildings along the streets, though sadly several of them are sitting empty.
(Aug. 24, 2018) — In the way back east from Yellowstone National Park, we took some time off the road to discover the serene beauty of southeastern Montana and learn more about the historic battlefield of the Little Bighorn, also known as Custer’s Last Stand and The Battle of Greasy Grass.
(Aug. 23, 2018) — Ever booked a campsite that sounded great when you read the description only to be very disappointed once you arrive? This week…coming up in our RV Interview of the Week, we’ll learn about a free service that lets you see photos and videos of campgrounds and even individual sites.
(Aug. 22, 2018) — This site is in the National Forest, and is jointly administered by the Park Service and the Forest Service. Unlike the ruins at Mesa Verde, these are largely un-excavated and receive relatively few visitors.
(Aug. 21, 2018) — We’ve talked many times before about using Reflectex in RV windows for insulation and privacy. Today we talk to Sharon McCarragher, who made her Reflectix insulation into panels that not only provide maximum heat insulation and privacy at night but they also look good!
(Aug. 9, 2018) — This week’s Quick Tip works well for Class B and campervan owners. I wouldn’t try it with any other RV, though.
(Aug. 7, 2018) — “When the Artcraft Theater came up for sale,” he told us, “I told the board that if we didn’t buy it, we might as well pack our tent and go home.”
(Aug. 6, 2018) — Our weekly Sunday night “Ask Us Anything” LIVE broadcast on our RV Lifestyle YouTube Channel had us busy last night answering your questions from all across North America and even Australia.
(Aug. 3, 2018) — Lots of us have had it with crowded campgrounds. And we resent having to pay $30 bucks and up for a simple overnight stay. But then, we’d like something a little better than a Walmart parking lot. Sure, there are alternatives.
(Aug. 1, 2018) — RVers with diesel powered motorhomes know all too well that the unwritten rule that says whenever you are far from anywhere, in the middle of nowhere, that is when your warning light pops on saying your engine is low on Diesel Exhaust Fluid.
(July 30, 2018) — For some reason, many are reluctant to use the convection ovens in their RV. They’re fine with the microwave functions but aren’t sure how the convection part works.
(July 27, 2018) — In this episode of the RV Podcast we look at the hidden dangers of campground water supplies and the water in your RV’s fresh water tank.
(July 26, 2018) — It can be a pain finding a level spot when parking your Class B RV for the night. You stop, look at the angle front to back, side to side. Maybe walk back and use a level of a smartphone app. Then back to the front to put the RV in gear and repeat the process.
(July 25, 2018) — September was cold in the Montana mountains, and we’d just enjoyed an afternoon soak in the hot springs at White Sulphur Springs. We debated spending the night. After all, it was hunting season, and there was live music at the local hangout.
(July 24, 2018) — We’re down in Southaven, TN, just outside of Memphis, TN this week, watching our grandson, Jacob, 12, play in the Dizzy Dean League Word Series on a team coached by our son, Scott. Man, it it hot. The temperature has been over 100 very humid degrees for several days.