Take a load off those tired legs

  By Bob Difley Whether it’s to take a break while waxing an RV or fishing from a secluded bank, everyone needs to take a load off once in a while. Shurhold Industries’ Bucket Seat/Lid turns its World’s Best Rope Handle Bucket, or any ordinary five-gallon pail, into a convenient stool and storage container. Made of durable plastic, the Bucket... Read More

Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks secure your outside lockers

    By Bob Difley Your RV compartment locks, if you didn’t already know, are the same as many other RV compartment locks used by manufacturers — which means that there are a lot of people out there that have keys to your locks. Combi-Cam Combination Cam Locks resolve that quandary with combination locks that you can set so that only... Read More

BLM fees for boondocking in the Southwest explained

  Here’s a question from a reader(s) of RVtravel.com about boondocking. Do you have a question for Bob? Email him at bob.rvtravel (at) gmail.com . Hi, Bob, We are new to full-timing and trying to learn about boondocking in the southwest BLM lands. Some people say you need a permit while others say there are time restrictions.  Where do we go to learn more? Thanks. —Mark... Read More

Dehumidifier reduces mold, mildew in confined spaces

  By Bob Difley Guardian Technologies™, a leader in home environment products, announced the launch of its PureGuardian® DH201WCA Small Space Dehumidifier targeted for small spaces such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, and in RVs and boats where moisture collects due to high humidity and poor air circulation. Humidity can promote the growth of airborne allergens such as mold spores and... Read More

Adjustable cutlery tray expands to fit your drawer

  By Bob Difley No more fishing around in a cluttered cutlery drawer for what you need. No more wasted space between your cutlery tray and the sides of your drawer. It’s not exactly magic, but a simple idea that works. The Camco Adjustable Cutlery drawer pulls out from either side to fit your drawer, from 9 inches to 13... Read More

Ask BoondockBob: Do you leave your porch light on?

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking. Do you have a question for Bob? Email him at bob.rvtravel (at) gmail.com . Hi, Bob, In last Saturday’s RV Travel newsletter, Chuck mentioned that his neighbor leaves his RV’s outside lights on. He commented, “I don’t think he had given any thought to other campers who might enjoy something at night other than... Read More

Prevent theft with heavy-duty battery lock

  By Bob Difley Prevent theft with a heavy-duty dual-or single-battery lock from Battery Shackle of Redding, CA. Perfect for anyone out hunting, camping, or fishing or leaving an RV in storage. It is the only dual/single battery lock of its type on the market. Top-Quality Materials The American-made locks are manufactured from the finest steel by certified welders. These... Read More

Replace old outlet cover plate with Guidelight LED night lights

  By Bob Difley No more stumbling around your darkened RV headed to the bathroom in the dead of night. The SnapPower Guidelight is a plug-and-play replacement for standard plug-in night lights and hardwired lights. It installs within seconds and requires only a screwdriver to take off and replace the cover plate — no wires or batteries. SnapPower is designed... Read More

FlagPole Buddy announces new under tire flag mount

  By Bob Difley If you’ve been to RV rallies or group campouts, you know how much RVers like flying flags, especially boondockers at Quartzsite that are scattered across the desert and use the flags to find their vehicle amid this sprawling RV parking lot. And they add color and pizazz to your campsite as well. Now the ability to fly... Read More