Those who camp in the summer months know it can be hot and sticky making for a miserable experience. However, battery powered fans are the answer! These USB fans are portable and rechargeable! And, they don’t require costly and caustic alkaline batteries. So, let’s check out these rechargeable fans that will help keep you cool on those hot summer nights!
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Camp Hosts are the front line workers of campgrounds and RV parks. They conduct similar services as hotel staff and others in the hospitality industry. But, the question comes up from time to time if campers should be tipping the Camp Host?
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Does your cat like to go camping with you? If so, do you leash your cat or allow him to explore on his own? If you do allow your cat to roam or free range, you may want to read this because your cat’s life depends on it.
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As full-time RV travelers with cats onboard, we face some unique challenges. One of which is where do we put the cat litter box in your RV? Considering that RVs have very tight quarters, finding the perfect place to hide a litter box can be a daunting challenge. Not only must we appease our our kitty cats, but also keep down the cat box odor and not ruin the aesthetics of our RV.
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There’s a fallacy amongst some RVers that boondocking costs nothing. Well, I’m here to say that there is no such thing as FREE CAMPING. There are costs associated with camping off grid but nobody will admit or be truthful about them. From equipment for your RV, basic survival supplies to certain fees, many RVers don’t think about or even consider them when planning their budget.
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An RV water pressure regulator is a must have if you’re going to hook your motorhome or camper up to an outside water source or water spigot. If you don’t install a regulator, you could essentially over-pressurize your RV’s water system and burst its’ pex lines or water pipes causing thousands of dollars in damage to your motorhome or camper!
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Every RV is typically smaller than the average home. That means motorhomes, fifth wheels and pull campers also have smaller kitchens. But vans and tiny RVs less than 30′ have even smaller kitchens where space is an absolute premium. Regardless of RV size though, it’s up to the RVer to find the best space-saving kitchen tools that will do the job but also store properly in their makeshift kitchen or galley.
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Are you an adventurous woman who loves to RV or camp but your husband or significant other doesn’t? Or, perhaps you’re a solo female RVer or camper who would to meet other women on the road? We’ve found these amazing RV and camping clubs for women only that organize meetups and embrace the outdoors, camping and RV lifestyle; all while empowering each other.
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Portable Fire Pits are a hot commodity for RVs and tent campers. And, now that camping season is in full swing, this is one camping gear item you don’t want to leave out. But, did you know that each fire pit has different features and how they are fueled? Let’s see which one will fit your RV or camping style.
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Big box stores and business’ that offer overnight RV parking are now crowded with campers of every shape and size. With that, there’s been an influx of disrespectful campers who totally ignore the overnight RV parking rules and are downright trashing the place! Because of lack of parking etiquette, businesses and municipalities are telling RVs and vanlifers to hit the road!
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