Try this Oregon Coast nesty forest service campground

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We will be traveling down the coast of Oregon this summer and though I know that lots of RVers want to have an ocean view, I thought there might be some interesting campgrounds/boondocking places along the route that don’t have an ocean view but are equally interesting. Can you... Read More

Full-time RVing: Save on your top three expenses

By Bob Difley Three of the biggest expenses for full-time or near-full-time RVers are fuel, campgrounds, and eating out. But one of the great advantages of RVing is that you can easily change any one or all three of these expense categories to adjust to the changing economy or the fluctuation of your personal finances. To save on the fuel... Read More

Evaluating 303 Products’ Grill Cleaner and Multi-Surface wipes

  By Bob Difley When I recently reviewed Sta-Bil Rust Stopper, a product from the Gold Eagle Company, I found out that the company had quite a variety of products, many of which were formulated for the automotive industry. I found several products in their 303 brand line (they’ve been formulating products since 1980) that would be of interest to... Read More

Keeping cool while boondocking

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We are planning a cross-country trip this summer and would like to boondock along the way to avoid campground fees for just sleeping overnight. I’m concerned that without hookups I will not be able to run my air-conditioner while camped in the hot and humid Midwest. Do you... Read More

How long can canned food last?

  By Bob Difley Do your food storage lockers hold hidden contents that were placed there shortly after your rig rolled off the showroom floor? And one day you’re boondocking mucho miles away from the nearest Safeway and have this enormous craving for artichoke hearts? So you dig through your food stores and voila! You discover a can of these... Read More

High-torque Brush Hero powers through cleanups

  By Bob Difley I was asked to review Brush Hero, a device that attaches to the end of a garden hose that can be used to clean “virtually anything,” as the packaging states. Of course I was skeptical – until I actually tried it out. My initial reservations included: did I have to wear a swimsuit when using it, what... Read More

3-In-One Slide-Out Silicone Lube prevents sticking/squeaking

  By Bob Difley Squeaking and squealing from slide-outs, windows and doors that are sticking can ruin the calm of a campsite, but new 3-In-One RVcare Slide-Out Silicone Lube, and Window and Track Dry Lube, will restore the quiet and keep slide-outs, windows and doors moving smoothly, WD-40 notes. There’s nothing like opening a rig’s slide-out and windows to enjoy... Read More