A report that the Tennessee Fire Marshal wants campers and RVers to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) got me thinking about the CO detector in the Winnebago View/Navion. Carbon monoxide is colorless and odorless, and according to the article, is “created when fuels (such as kerosene, … [Read More...]
Interesting concept of an indoor RV “park” that might be the first of it’s kind. Some enterprising business men in the construction industry saw an opportunity in the housing shortage due to South Dakota’s oil boom. They noticed thousands of RV’s coping with the harsh elements in the open … [Read More...]
Looking forward to seeing the upcoming 2013 Leisure Travel Van Free Spirit SS, a Class B RV with a slideout, based on the fuel efficient diesel MercedesBenz Sprinter van. The pictures and video show an incredible amount of storage, an actual real bathroom, and beautiful high-end cabinetry and decor. … [Read More...]
Read more about the concerns of multiple cases clustered together.
A second person has died of the hantavirus disease after visiting Yosemite National Park in June. There is one other confirmed illness, and a forth potential illness is being investigated. … [Read More...]
Lee Cowan goes looking for RV adventures in Arizona, probably in the Quartzsite area, and finds a group of older women who aren’t afraid to travel alone for their adventures. There are 9 million RVs in America now, which is a million more than in 2005.
Of the many interesting women he meets, … [Read More...]
My vote for the best dog leash to keep in the RV for camping is the Bags on Board retractable leash. A roll of bags tuck into a dispenser below the handle so you never have to worry about being caught without a bag when your dog surprises you.
There are three sizes, but I’ve only used the large … [Read More...]