New cell booster: Up to 32X enhanced signal for RVs

  By Bob Difley St. George, Utah –April 17, 2017 — weBoost®, the global leader in cell signal boosters, today announced the launch of the Drive 4G-X RV, the brand’s most powerful and best performing in-vehicle cell phone signal booster providing up to 32X stronger cell signal. RV owners will now be able to experience exceptional call quality, faster data... Read More

RV quick tricks: Substitute GPS mounting “hardware”

By Russ and Tiña De Maris My, how the times have changed – stacks of those infernally-hard-to-refold road maps have given way to a simple electronic device. For those who used to think that the patron saint of travelers was Saint Christopher now know it’s “Our Lady of the Dashboard.” But if the old hassle of “refolding that confounded map”... Read More

RV dirty laundry!

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Politicians loathe it because somehow, it always comes out. RVers fight with it, because in a tight space, where do you put it? What is it? Dirty laundry! Where to put the dirty laundry until wash day rolls around. If someone could come up with a “one size fits all solution” they could... Read More

KING launches portable RV omnidirectional OTA Antenna

  By Bob Difley The new KING OmniGo™ first-of-its-kind portable omnidirectional OTA (over-the-air) antenna system has everything you need to watch FREE HDTV anywhere life takes you! Powerful and compact, the KING OmniGo HDTV omnidirectional antenna is designed for mobility. This omnidirectional antenna is uniquely suited for picking up signals from all directions, without having to move or adjust the... Read More

Find your stuff with TrackR bravo

    By Bob Difley With so much to remember these days, the deluge of information flooding our email inboxes, news updates, and virtual megaphones from all directions, remembering where I put my stuff is becoming harder and more complicated. Luckily a couple of guys (who haven’t even come close yet to experiencing senior moments’ memory lapses) have invented what... Read More

What don’t you know about the Grand Canyon?

  Courtesy of U.S. Department of the Interior For more than a century, tourists from all over the world have visited the Grand Canyon to experience its awe-inspiring vistas. First protected in 1893 as a reserve and later as a national monument, it wasn’t until February 26, 1919, that the Grand Canyon became a national park. As we celebrate nearly... Read More