It’s time for a new edition of Roadtreking- The RV Podcast.
I continue to be overwhelmed by the positive response we’ve had to the first two episodes. I hope you enjoy this one even more. After you’ve listened, will you do me a favor? Please consider rating and giving us a review on iTunes or Stitcher. And use the subscribe buttons underneath the player to have them automatically loaded to your app or computer as new episodes are released.
Show Notes for Episode #3 of Roadtreking – The RV Podcast:
Episode released Oct. 15, 2014
We had an in-depth conversation about free places to stay overnight and how many communities are enacting anti-RV ordinances and regulations aimed at forcing RVers to stay in commercial campgrounds.
I offer up two great resources for free overnight parking and free boondocking
Boondockers Welcome (link on site) http://boondockerswelcome.com
Overnight RV Camping http://overnightrvparking.com/
Tell them Roadtreking sent you and you will get a special deal.
Last week, we traveled south in our RV for a visit with our son’s family in SW Georgia. We do this several time a year to see the grandkids…and this time. we watched a couple of them play sports. You’ll meet meet two of my grandsons and they’ll tell you yet another reason why RVs are so handy… even if you don’t camp.
Jennifer stops by to open our books, revealing our out of pocket costs on a typical RV trip.
LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:
Listeners ask our experience with our Michelin LTXMS2 tires and, specifically, we talk about how they handle in the snow.
RV NEWS OF THE WEEK:
[spp-tweet “There’s a very tough new anti-RV law on the books in San Diego”]. Some 250 plus RVers have been hit with stiff fines for parking their RVs near beach access sites over the past couple of weeks
TRAVELING TECH TIP:
I talk about weather apps.
You may not know it but most phones today automatically receive emergency weather alerts. Check your phone’s settings and notifications and you’ll see where to set them. It gets emergency alerts, but has to be turned on. Check with your carrier for specifics but when activated, you’ll get warnings automatically as the are issued. The system also sends out Amber alerts and, in dire emergencies, presidential warnings
My favorite weather app is My Radar. It’s a free app for all the major mobile platforms. It displays animated weather radar around your current location, allowing you to quickly see what weather is coming your way. For $3.99 you can include weather warnings and alerts, complete with push notifications, to warn you of severe weather in your area.
RV BUCKET LIST DESTINATION:
The Black Canyon of the Gunnison in Colorado
Vanessa Fox, http://www.girlmeetsroad.com/, travels the country in a Roadtrek 170 Popular working from a different city every day. She shares how her adventures.
I also want to welcome in a new sponsor for the podcast – Can Van City RV in St. Louis. MO, where they specialize only in Class B motorhomes and the Good Sam Club and Camping World – the RVers best friends.
I appreciate your iTunes subscriptions and reviews
The ways new podcasts like this get noticed is through ratings and reviews. I’ve had several readers ask just how they do this.
Here’s the process:
- First, open up the iTunes app on your computer or mobile device. Click on Podcasts up on the top
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Thank you very much for the kind reviews we’ve received so far. That got us noticed by Apple/iTunes as “New and Noteworthy.” I appreciate every review!
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