Campfire safety is one of the most important rules to follow when camping. Campfires are amongst the top contributors to woodland and forest fires in the United States. Almost 85% of wildland fires in the United States are caused by humans. And because of it, wildlife is displaced and the natural environment is destroyed. Even nearby homeowners suffer because of just one spark. Continue reading “Campfire Safety Tips to Help Prevent Forest Fires”
Firefighters are a group of our Nation’s unsung heroes that we all take for granted everyday. In every city or town, paid or volunteer, they answer the call not knowing if it will be their last. They risk their own lives to save lives and help protect and preserve property. To honor our Fallen Firefighters, communities all across America build Firefighter memorials to reflect on their courage and pay our respects. But more so, these Firefighter monuments are in place to never forget their sacrifice.
Do you have a safe in your RV? If not, why? Whether you travel full-time in your motorhome or fifth wheel or camp in your travel trailer for a short time, you should always protect your valuables, narcotic medications and sensitive documents by locking them in a good quality safe. But, what type of safe do you need and where would you even put an RV safe?
Your RV is on FIRE!! What do you do? Do you know how to put out a fire in your RV? Do you have an escape plan in place? Do you know what the different causes are so you know how to prevent a fire in your RV? Do you even have any RV fire safety and fire prevention practices in place? Chances are, you don’t! Let’s learn how we can prevent fires in our RV.
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.
While exploring the Salmon, Idaho area, we had to prepare ourselves and our RV for possible immediate evacuation due to a wildland fire inching closer to our campground. Should we stay or should we leave? But there’s more to this story. It’s not so much about the fire evacuation possibility but the firefighters that battle the wildfires. And, the Cramer Fire Fighters Memorial that taught us so much.