RVers sure have a lot of questions. We answer a bunch of them in this edition of the podcast.
When it comes to technology questions, nobody answers them better than Jim and Chris Guld, the Geeks on Tour, a husband-wife team who travel full-time across North America giving technology seminars to RVers and rallies and campground gatherings all year long.
You’ll hear them in our featured interview this week.
Plus we have a great tech gadget to recommend, an especially beautiful bucket list destination of the week, and news and reader feedback
Here are the shownotes from Episode 9 of Roadtreking: The RV Podcast
This episode released on Thanksgiving week 2014 and we have Thanksgiving greetings from our team of Roadtreking Reporters, the great group of talented RVers who join me in blogging on the Roadtreking.com website.
TRAVELING TECH TIP:
With more and more USB devices becoming “necessities” for daily life, the powerstation duo was developed to ensure you have enough power to keep them fully charged when you need it most. Charge your phone and tablet together or share a port with a friend in need when outlets aren’t an option. You can get eight phone chargings from a single charge to the Mophie.
RV BUCKET LIST DESTINATION:
Florida’s Emerald Coast – Our destination of the week is the Florida Panhandle, and specifically the Emerald Coast, which has perhaps the finest beaches we have found anywhere in America. Here’s a link to Emerald Cost photos and video and a look at a cool wait =to catch bait for fishermen.
Interview of the Week
In our interview with the Geeks on Tour, Jim and Chris Guld talk about the top three questions asked by RVers.
- What to do about bad campground Wi-Fi?
- How do RVers handle mail while they are on the road?
- What’s a good way for RVers to organize and share the photos they take while traveling?
- Big RV rallies coming up in 2015
Resources and websites mentioned by Jim and Chris Guld:
Good Sam Rally, Phoenix, AZ Feb.26-Mar. 1, 2015
Escapes Escapade Rally, Tucson AZ March 8-13, 2015
Family Motorcoach Association Rally, Pomona, CA March 26-19. 2015
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