RV Water System

RV Water System

RV Water System It’s no headline that clean, fresh, potable water is critical to maintaining a safe and healthy lifestyle – and that sourcing it can sometimes prove problematic for travelers. (Ever heard of Montezuma’s revenge?) Fortunately for RV...
What You Need to Know About RV Fire Safety

What You Need to Know About RV Fire Safety

What You Need to Know About RV Fire Safety I have traveled extensively throughout the US for many years and enjoy helping people to enjoy their own vacations. My former husband (now deceased) was a professional firefighter who also traveled with me for many years in a...
RV LIVING ON 30 AMPS | Go RVing

RV LIVING ON 30 AMPS | Go RVing

RV LIVING ON 30 AMPS | Go RVing Today I want to discuss a topic I think is important for all RV owners to understand – RV living on 30 amps. Typically, RVs come equipped with either a 30 amp or a 50 amp electrical system. The majority of RVs are equipped with a...

The Best Ways to Reduce Your RV Maintenance Costs

The Best Ways to Reduce Your RV Maintenance Costs I am an avid RV enthusiast who has traveled, lived, workcamped and volunteered nationwide for more than 50 years and am still going strong! If you own a recreational vehicle, you already know how expensive it can be to...

RV Battery Options

In lieu of an external power source, RV batteries power all the amenities inside your unit, such as lighting, appliances and entertainment systems.  Batteries are also handle your water heater and CO2 detectors, so it’s a good idea to ensure your battery is...
Routine Boat Maintenance Tips

Routine Boat Maintenance Tips

Routine Boat Maintenance Tips In an ideal scenario, most of us could fish any time, any tide, every month of the year. Unfortunately, life isn’t always that cooperative, which means we go whenever we can – with weather, work and family obligations...
Preventing Condensation Inside Your RV

Preventing Condensation Inside Your RV

Condensation occurs when there are high humidity levels in the air, combined with cold temperatures.  If you are RV camping in such an area, water droplets will often form on the walls, counter-tops and windows.  While “morning dew” (as it’s commonly called), is...
Getting the Most Out Of Your RV’s Tires

Getting the Most Out Of Your RV’s Tires

Monitoring the condition, air-pressure, and proper storage of your RV’s tires (and knowing when to replace them) should be the first priority of any maintenance schedule.  Paying close attention to your tires may sound like a dull & boring chore, but it’s much...