I was watching the TV Show “Going RV” the other night when it hit me. More and more millennials are hitting the road. Now I realize the show is make-believe …just like House Hunters those people aren’t actually looking to make a purchase. However, I’m certain it is in the best interest of the RV industry, and the producers, to reflect current market trends. … Continue reading →
From time to time, a reader will ask why we don’t tow a vehicle. Since we don’t tow, we aren’t writing about how to tow a car. Rather we discuss how we are able to get along without it.
Friends just purchased a travel trailer and the very next day went shopping for an inverter. Since we have traveled in our motorhome(s) more than 10,000 miles over the past 18 months without an inverter I was surprised. Then I started developing inverter envy. Before it got too serious, I took some time to do two things: research on the internet, and call Dave. … Continue reading →
If like me, you need your morning coffee before engaging in a meaningful conversation, choosing the right coffee maker for your small RV is an important decision. With the added considerations of size, durability and clean up the choice becomes more daunting. To assist, we provide you our top 3 coffee makers to consider for your small motor home. … Continue reading →
When we were outfitting our tiny house, on wheels, we knew we would have to be smart about what we bought. We quickly realized that buying fewer, multi-purpose items would be key to our success. The fact they are also collapsible was an added benefit. … Continue reading →
A healthy breakfast is essential to good health. But for many, speed of preparation is essential in the morning. And for us RVers, storage space is always an issue. Even though OLGA is only 25′ long, she has room for the one food preparation appliance we use nearly every day. … Continue reading →