Keep your RV safe with this checklist

Safety should be your first priority, both to yourself and to you family and guests. With a few minutes of your time and a safety checklist, you can prevent many accidents and dangerous practices before they become a serious problem. This checklist is a good start. 1. Tires – Inflate properly and frequently inspect for potential damage. I started this... Read More

Creature and critter crossing signs along our nation’s highways

You’ve seen the signs on the nation’s highways. Square yellow signs tilted at an angle with a picture of some creature on it – or a semblance, anyway. Deer, moose, ducks, and in the Pacific Northwest, salmon. That must be an eye opener for Easterners, Southerners, and Midwesterners who probably wouldn’t blink at a nutria, alligator, or bear crossing. Well,... Read More

Become a camp host in exchange for free, scenic campsite

Many full-time RVers work part-time and sometimes full-time as camp hosts, usually during the summer travel season. In exchange for a few hours of work a week, camp hosts receive a free campsite, usually with water, utility and often sewer hookups. Camp hosting positions are plentiful, with opportunities in many public and some private campgrounds. Anyone who has done much... Read More