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Everything You Need To Know To Take Care of Your Fiberglass RV
March 9, 2018
Everything You Need To Know To Take Care of Your Fiberglass RV

Fiberglass RV Maintenance Most RVs on the road these days are made from fiberglass or fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) as these materials weigh less, are durable and dependable, which is important when traveling over long distances. As a Fiberglass RV Trailer owner, you must be aware of the hefty maintenance these big-ticket items demand and […]

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Colorado's Best Camping Spots
February 1, 2018
Colorado's Best Camping Spots

From its state parks to its national forests, Colorado is known for its' stunning geographical diversity and is abundant with gorgeous rivers, snow-capped mountains, and arid deserts. The possibilities for camping and outdoor explorations are endless which can make the planning process overwhelming. If Colorado is on your list for camping this season in your […]

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Tips and Tricks for Boondocking in a Travel Trailer
November 27, 2017
Tips and Tricks for Boondocking in a Travel Trailer

We're starting this camping season off with some tips and tricks for boondocking in a travel trailer There’s nothing like backpacking and going off into the back of beyond, kicking back and relaxing in the wild embrace of off-the-grid nothingness. However, as enticing as it may sound, camping in dry campgrounds, without the commercial amenities […]

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Texas's Best Camping Spots
August 3, 2017
Texas's Best Camping Spots

Texas's Best Campsites are adorned with beautiful landscapes. Palo Duro Canyon and Guadalupe Mountains National Park offer some of the most spectacular and beautiful sites such as the Wichita Falls, Lake Travis, and Padre Island National Seashore. Texas is a blend of a variety of flavors and a place to be for campers and travelers. […]

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Northern California's Best Camping Spots
July 21, 2017
Northern California's Best Camping Spots

The world is only as big as much as you have explored it. Travel trailers are a great way for you to explore the world around you. You can choose to make temporary friends at famous camping sites or indulge in the innocence of nature by boondocking. If you are a traveling person or a […]

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2021 Best Mobile Apps for RV Camping
June 15, 2017
2021 Best Mobile Apps for RV Camping

Have you ever been traveling the country in your travel trailer and find yourself wondering where the next best step would be at? Well, we have put together a list of the Best Mobile Apps for RV Camping. There are several apps that you can browse through and get guidance on your way, whether you […]

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Axle Count
April 29, 2017
Axle Count

Just how many do you want to deal with? Over the years, as we came out of the work a day world and into retirement, our RVing style changed to suit our needs. And, usually, it simply came down to just how much “stuff” we wanted to carry with us. Now “stuff” readily translates into […]

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The Simple RV Preparation Checklist
April 18, 2017
The Simple RV Preparation Checklist

10 Steps to Help get Your Travel Trailers Ready for Spring and Summer! The days are getting longer and the temperature is rising, our thoughts are on spring and you know what that means for so many of us travelers! It is time for inspection and the summarization of our RV travel trailers to get […]

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Washers
February 18, 2017
Washers

There are washers, and then there are washers, and you don’t have to own an travel trailer for very long before you figure out just which ones work for you. And, you will always keep a few spares around for emergency’s. We are talking about rubber water hose washers, the inexpensive, easily lost and just […]

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Freezeproof Camping
February 4, 2017
Freezeproof Camping

Our first year that we work camped for Amazon, was in Coffeyville, Kansas. We had just finished the sugar beet harvest up in North Dakota and the winter weather there had been brutal. It was warmer, further south in Kansas, but we knew that winter was close on our heels. We were camped in the […]

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Safety Detectors
January 21, 2017
Safety Detectors

It has been our tradition that just after the holidays, usually the first week in January, that we put new batteries in our travel trailer detectors and test them. However a decision that Betty and I made about a year ago came home to rest with us during the wee hours of the morning. It […]

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Winter Camping
January 7, 2017
Winter Camping

Propane is a very important part of our Winter camping experience, so we make sure that we are carrying enough along with us for the trips' duration. Now, you might say, “just how do you measure that?” Actually, it isn’t all that complicated. It is all about weight and being able to quickly and easily […]

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