We’ve got another free guide for you – 50 Quick RV Tips.
Throughout our nearly seven years on the road, we’ve constantly been testing new gadgets, gizmos, and ideas to improve our RV Lifestyle. We’ve also had the great benefit of talking to lots of other RVers and seeing what innovations they’ve made to improve their rigs!
In this guide we’ll show you some of the ideas that we’ve seen and used that you can take to improve your own RV Lifestyle.
It’s aimed at helping you improve all aspects of your RV experience and it covers everything from helping to improve your storage and space organization in your rig, to cleaning tips, food and cooking tips, and traveling tips.
When buying a new or used RV, one of the most important things to do, is inspect the roof. After all, the roof is where most leaks begin and that’s where to look for signs of moisture intrusion, which you will follow up by looking inside the coach.
You’ll also want to look at the air conditioners, antennas, and other equipment on the roof. But getting on the roof requires that you use a ladder.
LAND BETWEEN the LAKES – Friends of Land Between the Lakes host Eagle Viewing Cruises for the public on the CQ Princess, a 96-foot, double-decker luxury yacht, on Jan. 19, 20, 21 and Feb. 14. Each cruise includes a hot catered meal and opportunities for great views of bald eagles.
LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES, Ky. — A small group of volunteers gathered today at the Kentucky Lake Scenic Road at Land Between the Lakes to pick up trash. It’s all a part of a monthly program Friends of LBL does.
“It kind of reflects the whole area and public around here,” says Shane Luecke.
Do It Yourself RV has featured several ways you can use an inexpensive 5-gallon bucket while camping. However, the 5-gallon bucket is one of those handy items that should be part of every RV packing list.
For around $3 you can pick up the ubiquitous Homer bucket from Home Depot, or choose from a variety of other buckets on Amazon for these five camping projects.