Water, water, everywhere. Do you have enough to drink?

  By Bob Difley The top three reasons — maybe four — why you may have to abandon your boondocking campsite are all the result of diminishing resources: (1) Your freshwater tank is sucking air, (2) Your black water holding tank is backing up into your toilet, (3) Your gray water tank is backing up into your shower, and (4)... Read More

Find your stuff with TrackR bravo

    By Bob Difley With so much to remember these days, the deluge of information flooding our email inboxes, news updates, and virtual megaphones from all directions, remembering where I put my stuff is becoming harder and more complicated. Luckily a couple of guys (who haven’t even come close yet to experiencing senior moments’ memory lapses) have invented what... Read More

RV industry cautions against undue budget cuts

  (March 21, 2017) — In response to the Trump administration’s release last week of a blueprint for its fiscal year 2018 budget — entitled “America First, a Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again” — the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) has issued a press release cautioning against undue budget cuts, especially with regard to the Department of Interior. Offsetting a... Read More

Full-time RVing: Living small while living large

By Jim Twamley Jim Twamley’s writings were a favorite among our readers for many years. Jim’s health finally forced him to “hang up the keys,” but we like to dip into the archives and pull out pertinent “oldies” to share. Here’s one of them: We love RVing, in fact we enjoy it so much we sold our house and now... Read More

Popular RV podcast ends after 408 episodes

  (March 17, 2017) — John and Kathy Huggins ended their long-running weekly Living the RV Dream RV lifestyle podcast yesterday with show number 408. The couple started the Living the RV Dream show on live radio in Sarasota, Florida, in 2008, then turned it a year later into a podcast. The show chronicled their lives as full-time RVers and also featured guest... Read More