If you think of aerodynamic vehicles the first thing that probably comes to mind are sports cars, race cars and maybe even military jets. It’s not likely that an RV will be included in your list…until today!
Whether you’re doing regular RVing or are boondocking, it’s good to know how to cool a camper without electricity. These 11 ways will keep you cool for less $.
The summers can get pretty hot around here and the RV turns into a sauna. Without an air conditioner, our only option is to get creative. Here’s a quick run down of 11 ways we cool a camper without electricity
Each time I plan a camping trip for the family, I always see to it that we bring everything we need. The basics – food, clothes, medicine kit, and some recreational activities among others.
One of the most important things I always make sure not to forget is portable power because you’ll never know when you’ll need it, especially when we have the kids with us.
On trips like this, our generator always comes in handy.
We have to remember though, that there are limitations in using our generators if we are camping in national parks.
Whether you are an experienced RVer or a beginner, I guess we all share the same enthusiasm that our RV should feel like home. Because it is our home…away from home! And for some it’s their home home.
I believe, for it to feel like home we need to know the details about our RV. This is answers to questions like, “what are RV interior walls made of?” Turns out, there are three common materials for RV interior walls:
Anytime you start up your generator near other campers, you probably start thinking of how to make your RV generator quieter. Others around think the same!
When winterizing and RV blowing out the water system is most important. To help you do that, here are the best air compressors for blowing out RV water lines.
Whether you are retired empty nesters or have a house full of kids, RV trips are one of the best I can think of to “get away from it all”. Don’t get me wrong, if you have young kids, it’s not an easy trip. Our youngest is 1 year old right now and rving with her along is no vacation. But watching the older kids enjoy the natural world makes it all worth it.