Get your Amazon deliveries on the road

Amazon.com doesn’t miss an opportunity. One of its newest is called Amazon Locker. Basically, the company has added lockers around the USA and even in international locations where you can ship products you’ve ordered. It’s very simple. Place your order as usual, but when picking a “Ship To” location simply search for and then select the nearest Amazon Locker location or... Read More

How a hospital stay can help you save water

As RVers, it’s natural for us to be a bit on the “conservative” side. After all, fresh water comes dear, and places to put waste water are just the same. Most RVers recognize that when it’s dishwashing time, it’s best to wash in a dishpan, rather than in the sink. Why so? Because using a dishpan means you’ll usually use... Read More

Good and bad news about prescription refills on the road

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Not long ago, we ran a video tip showing how easy it is to get drug prescription refills while traveling. The upshot of the video was to simply carry your pill bottles with you, and when you get close, take them to a pharmacy wherever you are, and ask the local pharmacist to have... Read More

There’s more to “RV retirement” than just a lawn chair

By Bob Difley This is the decade when baby boomers start retiring, taking to the highways in search of the “real America,” exploring our national parks, and boondocking in our national forests and in the southwestern deserts. Part of that dream — since you can easily recall how hard you’ve worked all your life — includes snoozing in a camp... Read More

Choose your camera(s) carefully and make great memories

By Greg Illes There are literally thousands of different kinds of cameras, any of which can make digital snapshots to last a lifetime. But, depending on your skills and preferences, there are probably only a few that are just right for you. To help you think about your preferences and your choices, I’m going to share with you my personal... Read More

We know what the Lone Ranger did with his trash – How about yours?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris It’s a problem that doesn’t get much play —but what do you do with the trash? Many “boondocking” locations just don’t have a handy dumpster or trash can for you to toss your junk, so what can you do with the refuse of living? Limiting the amount of “stuff” is a big start. Where... Read More

Don’t gamble with your restraurant budget: Try a casino buffet

By Bob Difley If you’re not a gambler and you’ve never been to Las Vegas, Biloxi or Atlantic City, you may not realize the full-scale delights of a casino buffet. The hotels and casinos figure that you wouldn’t be there if you didn’t engage in gaming, and they want you to choose their casino to spend your gaming dollars —... Read More

Use bicycle bottles for your handy drinking water suppliers

By Greg Illes After many years of anywhere from serious to casual cycling, bicycle water bottles had become a familiar accessory to us. So it was no leap of imagination when we saw opportunities to use them outside of our cycling activities. We’ve found these bottles to be extremely versatile for many venues. They have so many virtues: •  Inexpensive... Read More

Choose the right vacuum cleaner to keep your rig tidy

By Greg Illes Whether we live in stick-and-brick houses or in our cherished RVs, the grime of daily living always seems to intrude. Dust, dirt and debris find their way into our pristine living quarters and suddenly— we just can’t stand it anymore. Break out the broom, hand brush, damp rag or the vacuum cleaner. At home, a vacuum simply... Read More