If you are a beginner to the RV lifestyle…We learned a lot through trial and error, starting with the basics will help you to avoid some of the errors we made. This will also walk you through the mechanics of your RV. It can be somewhat daunting starting out,
One of the questions many seniors wonder is…
Why does my RV smell like a sewer? If you bought a used RV and everything seems to be going well until you walk into your RV and there it is that horrible sewer smell. Which is the stinky smell of hydrogen sulfide effusing from your black tank which knocks you out each time you get into your RV
If you’re new to the world of solar in the RV world, then maybe you’re wondering how a solar system works, who installs them, how much solar you need,
There is a lot that goes into RVing in the wilderness…
There are a lot of things that…
Even though there is no BLM (Bureau of Land Management) campsites or Public Land in Texas for boondocking like New Mexico and Arizona, reason dating back to history. However, there are a couple of national forest and national monuments now in Texas. Meaning, it is possible to find free camping in Texas, but they are far fewer options than in some states.
If boondocking for the first time, some possible questions you might be worrying about like what alternative sources of power other than solar, how to find a great spot, and how to manage your water including your grey and black tanks. This guide will cover that and give you detailed answers to these questions for you to boondock successfully.
So if you’re a first-time RVer and looking for some advice, I made a list of 17 tips to help you get started. Obviously, this won’t cover everything, but it is a beginning.
If you’ve thought about getting an RV, one of the questions you might ask yourself is how will you stay cool during the summer? Another question you should ask yourself is how many A/C units will you need?