Five Tips for Buying an RV

Quarantines and shutdowns have ended in some places. Other areas are seeing a rise in positive tests for COVID_19. However, one thing has recently become evident. RV sales are booming. In our last article I mentioned a conversation with a RV dealer who has seen a...

RV Inspectors, the Devil is in the Details

Have you ever heard the saying “the devil is in the detail?’ You have probably heard this or even used this expression at some point. This saying reminds us that failure to concentrate on the details can lead to unexpected problems. The process of buying...

RV Inspections, The Good, Bad, and Ugly

RV inspections is a topic that can generate much debate. Many RV buyers have observed the benefits of having a professional third-party RV inspection. RV buyers have saved money by having an RV inspected and have had peace of mind about their purchase. Some RV dealers...

Winter RVing and Frozen Propane

Summer camping or winter RV camping. What is your preference? People use their RVs in different ways. Some only use their RVs occasionally for taking a weekend trip or family vacation in the summer. Others, use RVs for an extended time each year, often escaping the...

RV Winter Camping and Propane Use

Fall is the time of year many people winterize their RV and put it away until the spring camping season. For those of us who live in our RV full time or like to go camping in the winter we should be making preparations for the cold winter temperatures ahead. Making...

Five Super Easy Tips for a Safe Camping Trip

The 2020 summer camping season is well under way. Though it looks different than previous years. COVID -19 has changed the way we interact with other people. One interesting aspect is the increased sales of recreational vehicles. I recently talked with a RV salesman I...

Adventures in RVing

This blog is titled Adventures in Rving. It could have easily been called Mistakes we have made as RVers. Ask any RV owner and they will readily admit to making their share of mistakes along the road. It’s going to happen. Either as a new or seasoned RV owner things...