Last week Jay and Mary Lou shared why they chose a camper van for their RV lifestyle. Today they explain what they did and how they did most of the work themselves. … Continue reading →
RVPicklers come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve met large 5th wheels pulled by a semi cab, 40′ Class A’s, home-made camper vans, and now a Prius camper. Be on the lookout for Diane Reynolds and Gail Brown whose hybrid RV just may be parked next to a pickleball court in your town.
Have you ever needed to navigate to a location based solely on GPS coordinates? We have. Since we utilize FamCamps whenever possible, we often utilize the U.S. Military Campgrounds website. But often, the only “address” that is provided is the GPS coordinates. … Continue reading →
We previously reviewed a locator app called Life 360 which offered children a way to track their RVing parents. Today we offer a GPS locator for those who wonder so far off the beaten path they don’t have a cell signal. … Continue reading →
When you are driving a new-to-you motorhome, it seems any warning light on the dash is cause for concern. We pulled out the owner’s manual. DEF? What is DEF?
During our recent travels, we saw lots of remnants of blowout along the highway. Blowouts are an all too common today and account for over 12,000 truck accidents per year. … Continue reading →