My First RV Trip

This was sent to me by a reader and fan of this blog. Apparently he’s been around the RV lifestyle for a while with friends, some family and even as an element of his job; however, he never had the opportunity to actually take a trip for himself. Here is his open letter to me. …

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Remembering President’s Day

It’s President’s Day, and all of you that read my blog know that I’m going to get patriotic. If you are here specifically for that, thank you. If you are here because you are looking for the perfect consignment RV for a President’s Day barbecue, well, you are getting warmer try here. With today being …

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The Best SewerSolution For Your RV

One of the dirtier jobs of owning an RV is taking care of your black and grey water tanks. Don’t you just love that dump station odor? Wouldn’t it be nice if you never had to visit a dump station again? Well, this is the product you need. Here’s a video demo if how the …

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50 Reasons Why Texas Is a Bonafide Utopia

I normally don’t really re-direct my readers to other pages away from mine. I’ll admit it, I want people to read my posts, but I ran across a gem of an article that fits in perfectly with the RV lifestyle. It helped that it gives 50 reasons as to why Texas is a honest to …

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Yamaha Inverter/Generator Emissions Compliance Rating Information

Let’s face it, nobody likes a stinky, loud inefficient generator. We all like our campgrounds free from pollutants and noise. Lot’s of times, our generators can be more of a liability than anything else. If it’s time for you to replace that old generator with one that you can trust, we recommend Yamaha generators. In …

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Wildfire Prevention Is Everyone’s Responsibility

We’re entering into that time of the season where we will be getting some rain showers, but don’t count on that to saturate the ground enough to stop a wild fire. In addition to a little rain here and there, we’ll also have tons of fuel in dead leaves, branches and grass which will provide …

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