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This is a great article by Janessa Miller If you can run your RV on solar power or batteries—or you’re just willing to rough it for a few days in the backwoods—there’s no reason not to spend your precious camping time in the middle of nature. Even the best campgrounds are usually full of other people and, naturally, many charge a pretty penny for their services. But is it really necessary to pay for cable and WiFi when the entire reason you went camping was to disconnect and get into nature? If these thoughts have ever crossed your mind it may be time...

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I recently came across this article on the "Do It Yourself RV" newsletter and found it interesting and informative.   You wouldn’t take a sip out of your RV sewer hose, but connecting to some campground water supply lines could be just as disgusting and dangerous to your health. Recent news headlines show that contaminated campground water is an ongoing problem around North America. Unfortunately you can’t smell it or taste one of the most frequent contaminants, E-coli bacteria. Campers lacking RV water filtration systems are playing Russian Roulette each time they connect to a water supply. What lurks in your...

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Planning a long trip with several overnight stops along the way?  Take a moment to read this:

Industry-Sanctioned Code of Conduct
(RVers’ Good Neighbor Policy)

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One of my favorite sources for information is the KOA website.  I enjoy reading and sharing things I've learned along the way.  The following article was written by Brent Peterson...  Enjoy! 10 THINGS TO LEAVE BEHIND... There are certain things that absolutely “must” come along on any RV trip. The spouse and kids, ingredients for S’mores, and baby’s kiddie movie du jour (this is, of course, non-negotiable). And that’s just a start, to be sure. However, equal reflection must also be given to what not to bring, namely those items that only contribute by taking up space, adding unnecessary weight,...

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I found this great article and thought I would share it with you.  It's from "Your RV Lifestyle"   Class A Motorhome versus Fifth Wheel Considerations: Class A motorhomes usually offer more convenience and comfort going down the road – large captain’s chairs look out over great views through an expansive front windshield. You have easy access to kitchen, living and bathroom facilities while going down the road or for quick roadside stops. Class A motorhomes usually mean you need to tow a car to do errands and sightsee – so now you have two engines/transmissions to maintain. With a...

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