Here are a half dozen websites we believe will be of interest to the readers of RVtravel.com. Be sure to return every week for more great sites that will make your life, whether on the road or at home, better.
Watch out for these tourist traps in all 50 states
This is a list of tourist traps which are iconic locations across the U.S. that, to many, have become overrun or overrated. But since the qualification as a “tourist trap” is in the eye of the beholder, we’ll just give you the heads up and let you to decide for yourself if you feel swindled after shelling out money at these spots. From cheapism.com and msn.com.
Everything you need to know about tires
Be “TireWise,” because the only thing between you and the road are your tires. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation provide TireWise to help you make smart decisions to keep you and your family safe, whether you’re in the market to buy new tires or want to extend the life and safety of the ones on your car or truck. From NHTSA.
16 summer slow cooker recipes for easy dinners
Smokey baked beans, lip smackin’ ribs, Mexican beef-stuffed peppers, slow cooker berry cobbler, old-fashioned peach butter … many more irresistible slow cooker recipes when it’s too hot to turn your RV’s oven on, or you want dinner or a treat ready when you get back from a day of sightseeing. Mmmmm! From Reader’s Digest, Taste of Home, and msn.com.
How to detect and treat spider bites
Most spider bites are harmless, but a few can do serious harm. Here’s how to recognize the black widow and brown recluse, two venomous spiders, and what to know and do in case of any spider bite. From U.S. News & World Report and msn.com.
Using a small RV kitchen. Tips on how to make the most of a small galley-type kitchen. From Taste of Home.
Web of Trust (WOT). “Web of Trust (WOT) is a free browser extension that tells you which websites you can trust.” Easy to use, and won’t slow down your browser. More than 140 million users worldwide.