Help your fridge do its best work with a circulation fan

By Greg Illes A lot of us have seen the after-market circulation fans for RV refrigerators. They are small, battery-powered units that purport to help keep the inside of a fridge at uniform temperature. The premise is accurate and air circulation provides several benefits such as even temps, reduced humidity, less ice and so forth. But, unfortunately, the after-market products... Read More

Take your entire library on the road

By Greg Illes By now, most folks know about e-books (electronic books), those microscopic packets of electrons that blossom magically into entire books in full color. E-books are sometimes embraced, sometimes hated, and nearly universally misunderstood to some extent. For RV life, electronic books are a huge blessing, virtually eliminating any space or weight taken up by conventional tomes. So... Read More

Manage your temperatures for a long and happy RV life

By Greg Illes When running an RV, most people think about temperature fairly minimally: How’s the engine? Usually, there’s (at least) an engine coolant temperature gauge on the dash, and all too often that one datum gets undivided attention. Well, there are a lot of reasons to divide your attention to other matters of temperature. If you are doing any... Read More