Staying cool in hot climates can be difficult and costly in terms of electrical consumption. Running a power generator and air conditioner for prolonged periods is simply not a sustainable option when remote camping. So the key is to keep your RV from getting too hot in the first place. Try these tips to keep cool.
Here is how I mounted a remote solar remote control panel inside my RV. Sometimes poking holes and drilling just cannot be avoided. My advice is to take some time to really plan and think it through. Watch me get it done in this video.
Getting a chip in your windshield while on an RV trip can be a real hassle. This video will show you how to do these minor repairs yourself for very little cost. You'll want to run out and get one of these kits to keep on hand. I've been doing these minor repairs for years.
I was browsing around Google Maps and pinpointing boondocking sites that I had been to. As I zoomed in to one of my spots along the Columbia River, I noticed what appeared to be an RV parked in that spot. Could it actually be me?
Algae, moss and tree pollen build up over the winter and spring can turn a clean white RV roof into a nasty mess. Keeping your roof clean will help keep your entire RV looking great year after year. Here's the quickest way to get my roof clean.
On day two of our visit to Zion National Park we spent the day experiencing Zion from the bottom looking up. While on the Angel's Landing Trail the day before, we met a local resident who strongly recommended we stay another day to do the Narrows Trail. We heeded this advice and embarked on what was to be yet another spectacular day.
Preparation is the key to a successful boondocking experience. Prior to heading out into remote areas, I like to make sure our RV systems are functioning properly and that I've got everything I need to handle any issues that may arise. Here's my checklist to make sure I don't forget anything.
On our last trip through Utah, we decided last minute to spend a day at Zion and hike the world famous Angel's Landing Trail. However, on the morning of our hike, we heard people on the shuttle bus talking about the trail being closed. Little did we know that we were about to have one of the best hikes of our life!
Your first RV experience should be fun, safe, and enjoyable. To make sure this happens, here are a few things you should do to get acquainted with your new RV before you hit the road for the first time.
How does the weBoost RV-4G cell phone booster compare to the weBoost Drive 4G-X? In this video I take a look at the features, ease-of-use, and of course signal strength of these two units. My conclusions may surprise you.