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Our camper van has a dinette in the rear.  It came with two long bolsters in back. They form seat…
Sometimes, RV troubles can come from those we entrust our vehicles to for repairs. Such was my experience a couple…
Sure, it's nice to look at the shiny paint and lovely interiors of these new Roadtrek models, but the real…
Our Roadtrek came with aluminum framed screens for the side cargo door windows and the big rear door window. They…
The Alde system is being installed these days on more and more RVs, especially Roadtreks, so it might be useful…
We recently wrote about the use of fans to stay cool in hot weather.  And in the past we've mentioned…
Roadtreks and many Type B motorhomes come with the wonderful Fantastic Fan roof vent. It is truly a marvelous device…
We have seen impressive solar systems on Roadtreks and read about others.  Campskunk's and Jim Lever's systems come to mind.…
We have a long history of bicycling – including bicycle camping – so we naturally wanted a way to transport…
We've shared this on our Facebook group but thanks to a reader's suggestion, I thought I'd better post it here…
Here's a quick tip for those of you with recent Chevrolet models. If you park anywhere near trees sooner or…
Our friends have a Class A motorhome. Not just any Class A, but an Airstream Classic – the Silver Bullet…
Mike has written about travels with Tai, Campskunk has written about travels with Fiona the fearless kitty, so I suppose…
We drove through rain and snow today to reach the Beckley, WV travel plaza.  We’d had enough of driving for…
The one frustration we've had with our Type B motorhome is the limited storage space for the extra gear we…
Our latest interview is with…ta da… my wife Jennifer, as suggested by various readers when I asked for ideas on…
I'm replacing the power steering pump – again – on my 2003 Chevy 190 Popular, and took a few photos…
Okay. I'm a klutz. I was trying to shut the front curtains on the Roadtrek eTrek the other night and…
We are sitting in a beautiful Florida State Park waiting for the snow and wintry mix to pass through Georgia…
What a winter this has been. The arctic vortex or whatever we call the cold air that has been making…
Last fall we wrote about how to check the oil in your Onan 2500/2800. The next thing to know is…
My Roadtrek has been encased in ice and snow for the better part of a week now with several days…
The temperature outside is in the negative digits as we ready the Roadtrek for a trip south.  All those little…
Roadtreks are blessed with lots of storage, but unless you keep it organized there will never be enough space.  The…
It is Thanksgiving travel season and as we prepare our Roadtrek for a trip, we worry about the heavy holiday…
Few RV subjects get as much scrutiny and exhaustive analysis as winterizing – protecting your plumbing from freezing when you…
One of the most discussed how-to threads on the blog and our Facebook Group has to do with the latches…
It's hard to believe how much a $15 purchase from Amazon can brighten your day. But such it was for…
When I started out five years ago selecting modifications for my Roadtrek to support a full-timing, boondocking lifestyle, one thing…
I know we've talked a lot about winterizing over the past few weeks. But here's one more report, this one…
One thing about fulltiming is that you need to be thinking about how to make everyday activities easier for yourself…
We've been talking all week about winterizing our RVs. Yes, the time has come for those living in the northern…
This is Part 4 of our series on winterizing an RV. Part 1 covered draining the fresh water system, Part…
Note: Third of four parts. In Part 1 we drained the fresh water tank and the water heater. In Part…
Note: This procedure assumes you have a Suburban Water Heater.  In Part 1, we drained the water heater and the…
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the time to start winterizing our RVs. And when it comes to Roadtreks, it seems there…
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