Golf club man and a “cow” motorhome

  At the popular tourist attraction Hole in the Rock near Moab, Utah, keep your eyes open for this golfer — made almost entirely from golf club irons. The metal artwork was created by Lyle Nichols of Palisade, Colorado. Nichols is known for his sense of humor as much as his artistic talent. Many of his creations are made from what... Read More

LoadLifter provides heavy load leveling capabilities

  By Bob Difley Air Lift is expanding its load assist product line with the new LoadLifter 7500 XL series kits, which offer extreme load-leveling capabilities, a release from the company stated. The LoadLifter 7500 XL is now Air Lift’s heaviest-rated air spring kit, built to provide 7,500 pounds of load- leveling capacity. For owners of 3/4- and 1-ton pickups that... Read More

Save dollars with PennySavers

By Bob Difley In just about every large- or medium-sized urban area you can find locally printed giveaway publications called the PennySaver or something similar that lists coupons and ads for local restaurants, services, and retailers. Often you can find two-for-one or early bird discount restaurant coupons or businesses offering a discount or free gift for visiting their establishment. Look... Read More

Travel with a cat? Here’s a pussycat’s perspective

  Editor’s note: It appears that sometime when one of our staff writer’s laptop was left unguarded, another sort of “lap top” took over the keys to editorialize about the state of affairs of traveling pets. We present it to you for your careful consideration. Dawgs! They seem to be just about everywhere in the RVing community. And that’s all... Read More

Expensive mistake when installing 30-amp RV outlet at home

  RV Electricity with Mike Sokol Dear Mike, Thank you for bringing the miswiring issue to light. I have been a licensed journeyman electrician for over ten years, but when a customer asked me to install an outside 30-amp outlet for his RV in the driveway, I accidentally wired it up for 240 volts, NOT 120 volts. That was a... Read More

Shurhold’s Bucket Grate improves RV washing

  By Bob Difley Everyone has a favorite item to clean their RV with, be it a wash mitt, sponge or brush. All of these tools pick up dirt and debris that eventually collect in the bottom of a wash bucket. Shurhold Industries’ new Bucket Grate sits in the bottom of a standard five-gallon pail and allows contaminants to settle,... Read More