Monthly Archives: March 2015
How to Save Money By Forecasting Your RV Trip Costs
WOW here is a top list for many who should be doing this very thing weather they own and rv or not!
All of us should be “Budgeting” forecasting your expenses, so if you bad at this part like so many take a look at this and plug in the numbers so that you do not (run out of money) on your next trip/vacation.
How to Save Money When Replacing RV Window Treatments
Here are some great tips to any rv owner that would like a save a few bucks while they own their rv.
Upgrading rv’s has become a thing of late as so many folks have jumped on the “Vintage RV” ban wagon. Hay there is nothing wrong with a old coach if it has been maintained and appears to look in good condition.
So if you are like me (and saving money is a good thing) take a look at these tips for your next upgrade package.
These are some great tips that everyone should listen to while you own any age rv
Whether it’s old or new recreational vehicle, including motor-homes & camper trailers, it requires regular interior as well as exterior maintenance and repairs to keep them looking alive, comfortable and alluring. For these reasons, numerous people remodel their vehicles and some take on a different remodeling projects every year. Usually, the idea is to modernize outdated interiors and enhancing the placement of things. Hence, it makes it comfier plus updated look & awesome feeling if you are planning on RV camping Southern California. There are five most common performed remodel-ling projects are here:
Upgrading the Windows treatments
Wallpapering or Painting the Walls
Upgrading or Replacing the flooring
Replacing the dinette with an awesome set of furnishings (chair, table etc.)
Furnish the furnishing
Replacing The Dinette Table
A simple yet elegant round table with two chairs works amazingly well inside the RV. And it looks more alluring,too. This sorts of…
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Oh so jealous as it is snowing again and more tomorrow. SO wish I could just run away and get to anywhere as nice as that picture for ever.
Did we mention that today is all sunshine, blue skies and 80 degrees? It’s a beautiful area for any RVing Snowbird to spend the Winter. This is our 7th Winter here and we love it. We are close to Busch Gardens, the FL RV Super Show and State Fair, and the Florida Strawberry Festival is just down the road in Plant City. So much to see and do. -Jack and Niki
One of the things I love about staying in the Phoenix valley are the views. The Arizona desert provides a unique beauty especially in the spring when she’s in bloom. The desert sunrises and sunsets are some of the best I’ve ever witnessed. That said, since I’ve traveled a lot I’ve seen my fair share of spectacular sunrises and sunsets but none better than in Arizona.And then every now and then I happen to be in the right place at the right time to see the sky filled with colorful hot air balloons. Just when I think the view couldn’t get any better….. it gets better!The moment doesn’t last long as the winds carry off the people filled baskets high above the desert landscape.Each morning and evening I’ll search the skies never knowing exactly where I might spot these colorful balloons or even if I’ll spot any at all.
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DIY RV Guy |How To Be Smart in a World of Dumb RV Owners
Very simplified BUT very well written for those who “Just do not know or understand” much when it comes to the power things in your rv, no matter how big or small it may be, the power story never changes!
Have seem most of these items all over different blogs and internet, so it is nice to see them altogether in one spot
Very good article, and yes people are foolishly afraid of things they should know more about
This sign (photo) appeared at the end of our driveway a couple days ago warning residents of the canyon of a new resident, a young mountain lion. For me, this was exciting news, as with all my years hiking in the wild, stalking and tracking wildlife, and attempting to spot signs of wildlife presence, spotting a mountain lion in the wild has remained elusive. My wife, Lynn, came across two lions while running in the Coronado National Forest in Southeastern Arizona barely a quarter mile from our campsite, but from the time I heard her scream until I got to her they had disappeared into the brushy hillside – and I didn’t see them (since her penetrating scream likely sent them scurrying to safety).
And it’s likely that I will not see our newest resident either. But it does bring back to mind safety measures when in lion territory, and as RVers…
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How to Live Rent Free in Your RV
If you are anything like me and a lot of others with a rv or thinking of owning a rv would love to live “RENT FREE” And this article with give you a good start as to how you and anyone can live this life.
So take a few minutes and read this and do a little research on the internet (some links in this article) and you will be on the road to rving for Free.