I think most RV drivers share the same heart-stopping fright when we stumble on road construction or narrow lanes we don’t expect. Have no fear, there are some great free online resources to help us familiarize ourselves with road conditions before we go and plan a worry-free route. Trips are best enjoyed safe and fright-free! Continue reading “Watch it! Road Condition Resources for RVers”
My first camping trip after winterizing was an exercise in patience and problem-solving. I was out alone with my eight-year-old and had never been through a de-winterizing before. The dealership winterized for us this first time because I didn’t want to do anything to jeopardize the warranty. Also, I am a newbie and am not confident I’d do it correctly. Before the trip, I flushed out the antifreeze and thought I was ready to roll! Not so fast. Continue reading “Hot Water Trouble, shoot!”
A few of the things that really make my knees chatter towing are high winds, small spaces, low-hanging tree branches or overpasses, narrow tunnels, and ferry boats. I encountered a few of these on a trip this week and let’s just say I’m still not okay. Feeling a little off. Probably won’t ever take a ferry again.
Now that we have the must-have items figured out, it’s time to get to the fun stuff! This is a mini mobile vacation pod of joy!
We traveled out of state to purchase our travel trailer and planned on camping in it on the way home. I packed food, linens, pillows and bottled water for the trip. There were a few things I should have purchased beforehand because when I saw the prices at the dealership I almost fell over. Thinking ahead will save you some cash. Here is my shopping list for new RVer’s. Continue reading “10 Must Have New RV Items”