RV levelers raising tires off the ground — occupants queasy!

  Dear Gary, Our motorhome has Power Gear brand levelers. The front two float side to side on the same hydraulic circuit while the rear two jacks are independent. The coach seems to ride high on certain grades with the front wheels often off the ground. When this happens the coach rocks enough to trigger motion sickness. Here are my... Read More

Wow! Can you see yourself in this vintage trailer?

  Isn’t this pretty? Can you imagine the attention you’d get rolling into an RV park with this beauty? This must be one of the best vintage Spartan trailers out there. Meticulously restored from the ground up, this RV from yesteryear won a best in show award last year at the Palm Springs Modernism Vintage Trailer Show, the premier Mid-Century show... Read More

Full-time RVing: Shop, but make sure the galley will “work”

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Not everyone already has an RV when they begin their “full-time career.” Well, I guess we did — it was a large truck camper, but it didn’t take long to figure out that full-timing in a slide-in camper just wasn’t going to cut it. So we started shopping for a “new” home. Maybe you’re... Read More

RV Short Stop: Bicycle in a tree and UFO

  Beautiful Vashon Island is 12 minutes by ferry from Seattle, Washington. It seems a hundred miles away. There’s one small settlement and isolated homes scattered around the peaceful countryside. And there’s “the bicycle.” Ask at the Country Store how to find it (it’s hidden from view across the street).  The story goes that the bicycle was chained to a tree decades... Read More

When, how and why to use a dehumidifier

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Dear Bob, (Edited for brevity.) I am a fairly new RVer (and) have been reading up on dehumidifiers. Is it recommended to have one? How often do you use it? Should I keep one on while it is parked in the driveway? And when do I use it when traveling?... Read More