RVs can be particularly prone to tire blowouts given that they carry more additional weight, and are typically driven with less regularity than our everyday cars. You, therefore, need to be extra careful when it comes to looking after your RV tires.
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It's almost summertime and boondocking is easy and free - until we need to run the A/C!
Boondocking is camping without hookups. Yet 75% of Boondockers Welcome hosts generously offer electric, water, or both. Let's be sure hosts know how much we travelers appreciate this option!
Have you seen the above terms used interchangeably? They should not be! While I never thought I'd call myself an "expert" on any subject, I'm pretty confident about my definitions on this topic.
Whether you are a rookie or have been camping in RVs for years, you can make a mistake now and then. Sometimes you just don’t know any better. Sometimes you get out of sync with your routine. Even experts get complacent or forgetful.
Whether you are a rookie or have been camping in RV’s for years, you can make a mistake now and then. Even I have had foolish errors in judgment, and I’ve been RVing for several years now.
We know there are many RVers out there that enjoy their walkie-talkies (hello parking communication!). We've personally used them when in areas with little reception while caravaning or while parking the RV. That's why we were happy when Midland Radio reached out to us to offer our members a discount as well as an informative blog post. Read all the way through for a discount code to purchase your own radio.
Boondockers Welcome was originally designed to offer guests a safe place to boondock for a night or two. As we grew, so did our hosts' generosity with many offering electric and water. However, some guests may not realize what is needed to take advantage of a host's generous offer. Thankfully GTS1544, a popular host, has written a very informative article on what guests should prepare to bring in order to connect properly to a hosts' electric or water connections.
We've been recommending for a few weeks now that our members not travel unless necessary. That means we're telling people not to use the product they've paid for, and that doesn't sound fair to us. Here's what we're doing about it.
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!
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.