Better pot and pan storage

By Jim Twamley   Imagine having an earthquake at your house for eight straight hours every few weeks. You would eventually learn to make adjustments after the earthquake. Well, that is exactly what happens in your RV every time you travel. If it isn’t tied down it will fall, roll around and make a mess. This twisting and turning, the... Read More

Five safety trip tips for RVers

Courtesy Amica Insurance   If you’re taking a vacation in your RV this year, you won’t be alone. More than 20 million Americans are expected to head out in their rigs, and that can cause auto insurance companies to take notice. Amica Insurance sends these tips along to RVers in hopes that they may help you have a safe trip:... Read More

Maintain a safe onboard RV water supply

By Bob Difley   Spend a lot of time on the road? Travel in sometimes “questionable” locations? Here are some measures that have kept my family free of typhoid, diarrhea, pathogenic microorganisms, intestinal parasites, etc. As explorer Owen Lattimore noted while traversing the Silk Road in camel caravans, “Water alone, unboiled, is never drunk. There is a superstition that it... Read More

Try water-cruising by kayak

By Greg Illes   Everybody has seen the wild-ride, white-water kayaking adventure films, breathtaking and scary with what these world-class athletes put themselves through. But there is a totally different world of kayaking, as I discovered with my wife a couple of years ago. We had always looked at all the waterways that we passed by and thought somewhat wistfully,... Read More