We’ve added 10 cool DIY fifth wheel modifications to make our RV interior living in tight quarters easier and more functional.
Staying in your RV or camper during severe weather or major storms could put your and your family’s lives at risk. So, it’s necessary to properly prepare your RV before the storm arrives and know when to evacuate your family to safe shelter. With these lifesaving severe weather tips, you’ll learn how not to become a statistic. Continue reading “Severe Weather Tips for RVers and Campers”
If you’ve ever stepped foot into any RV straight from the factory, you’re sure to notice how bland, boring and brown their interiors are. RV manufacturer prescribed decor, in general, lacks personality, creativity and zest. So, being the creative type, I set myself on a mission to make our new RV look homey and reflect our personalities with customized features. This is how I completed our toy hauler interior makeover.
Before we set out for the open road in 2014, we had come to the hard-core realization that the full-time RV lifestyle is vastly different than living in sticks and bricks house. From constant RV maintenance, how to store everything you own in such tiny space and learning how to do it all will take more than throwing caution to the wind. It takes skill, patience, flexibility and some important RV life skills.
Camping has become very popular for RVers and tent campers alike. But, to achieve a great camping experience for you and your family, you need the right outdoor camping accessories and RV gear. So, before heading out for your weekend family campout or RV vacation, check out these camping and RV tips to help make your camping adventures more fun!
We found an RV door window stained glass insert that fit perfectly into our door. In fact, it was actually made for RV door window replacements.
Welcome to our blog! I guess this means we’re ‘big time’ now. We ask that you all be patient with us as we try out this blogging thing. Unless you’re a internet wizard (which we are not), this doesn’t come easy for us but we’re willing to give it a go.
We’ve read several other RVers blogs and figured we want to do the same.
As I write this entry, we are pleasantly parked at Cheatham Annex Naval Station “Kings Park” near Williamsburg, Virginia. Its a beautiful sunny day outside while I try my hand at blogging ‘inside’ while the Captain is doing outside chores.
So, please be patient as I chance this thing called ‘blogging’.