We've all got a lot more free time on our hands right now. So, it's a great time to make some renovations and/or modifications to your RV. We recently spoke with Boondockers Welcome host and guest, Acme71, about the extensive modifications he's made to his two rigs. Get ready, this is a post for all you gear-heads!
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This week's blog post is brought to you by Tiny Shiny Home.
After nearly 5 years of full-time travel, we’ve experienced every type of campsite
imaginable. State parks, city parks, county parks, fancy private resorts, super
scary cramped parks, national parks…you name it. And while each of them serve
their purpose, many were not what we imagined when we started our adventure.
We're sharing more of our Host Tips of the Week. We share them every Thursday on social media but just in case you missed them, here are five more of our top host tips.
We've all gotten into our new RVs and thought...wow, that's a lot of brown! Most RVs feature a lot of wood, coupled with tan wallpaper and outdated valances. We would love to update our RV and help make it our own but who has time?
It's a topic that's often debated but still prompts awkward interactions between hosts and guests - hookup compensation. Starting today, we're formalizing the way hosts request compensation for hookups provided to guests.
So, you joined Boondockers Welcome and purchased your guest subscription, now what?
Article written by Wholesale Warranties, the leading provider of RV Extended Warranties direct to consumer.
When you set out on your RV adventure, you’re thinking about the freedom, the open road, and the endless adventures you’re about to have. The last thing on your mind is the likelihood of a breakdown on your unit, let alone the cost of repairs for the lifetime of your rig.
It’s that time of year when Canadians are escaping winter and traveling south to warmer places. For RVers, this usually means somewhere in the United States. Did you know that Canadians who have been in the U.S. for more than 183 days, within the last 365 days, are subject to deportation and may also be refused entry to the U.S. in the future? There’s actually more you need to be aware of…