StepAbove Your Your Current RV Steps

Are the steps going into your RV a little rickety? I think we have all seen steps that wiggle a little as we step on them, no matter if you weigh 110 or 300 pounds. A weak step may cause someone to fall or lose their balance. MORryde has the best solution we have seen …

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Should I Still Get My Flu Shot

  “Should I still get my flu shot”; I thought to myself after being a real Nana to a few flu stricken employees and family during the 2018 Houston RV Show. The answer is immediately, “Yes”! Now, before I go any further, I am not a medical authority. Ask your GP, or nurse, and I’m …

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Do I Need A Trailer Braking System

Do I need a trailer braking system? In a word: “YES”. Now, I’m not usually one for trying to scare people into buying products for their RVs or, in this case, their tow vehicle…except for right now. Nightmare Scenario #1: How would you have liked to have been surprised with this shocker? RVers who would …

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2018 Texas Association of Campground Owners Guide – Big Chief RV & Cabin Resort

It’s time to start making plans for your RV outings and there is no better tool to use than the new 2018 Texas Association of Campground Owners guide…T.A.C.O. for short. This book is full of great destinations in Texas, broken down by regions, and surrounding states and there is no better time than the present …

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You Need A Yamaha Generator For Your RV

One thing RVers simply can’t live without is a good power generator. One of the very best generators that PPL Motorhomes carries is made by Yamaha. With multiple options to choose from these portable Yamaha Generators use inverter technology which allow for a smaller and much more light weight generator. Yamaha generators are ideal for …

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Give Your RV’s A/C A Little TLC

I’m not sure if you’ve put any thought into the type of use and abuse you put your RV’s air conditioner unit through. Think about it, your air conditioning unit has to tolerate road vibrations, the occasional voltage drop – all while you still expect it to keep you freezer cold during the summer months …

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Dump Soup The Best Cold Weather RV Meal

Here in Texas, cold Winter weather can be unpredictable. Sometimes it snows, but most of the time we get ice and sleet. I guess it really depends on what part of the state you live in. Most Texans I know can put up with the Summer heat, but shutter themselves inside at even the thought …

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RV Nana’s Favorite Camper Collection Coffee Mugs and Other Stuff

  I would like to do a special blog about the introduction of the Camper Collection from RV Nana.  Many of the items are now on the website and we will be sending an email blast out soon.  The display in the store is so cute and I’m constantly finding myself decorating, arranging, rearranging and …

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Winterize Your RV’s Water System

Well y’all, it’s time to really think about hibernating for the winter, which means getting the ole RV cleaned, stored, drained, preserved, and put away for its long winter nap. One of the biggest concerns of course is preserving and protecting the water systems on the RV: cold, hot, black, and gray. Let’s get started …

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RVing In Texas During The Winter

I see you winter Texans trickling down from the Great White North, and I would like to be the first say, “Howdy, and bienvenidos a Tejas!” As y’all can probably tell, the further south in the state you go for the winter, the milder it should be, but one of the joys of living here …

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