Warning Campers of Carbon Monoxide Dangers

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, gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, […]

Best Retractable Dog Leash To Take Camping

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 […]

eReader Comparison

E-readers have exploded into the market this past decade and finally provide a real alternative to physical books. In an RV, every inch and pound matters so e-readers are a perfect fit for carrying anywhere from 1,200 to 6,000 books. But wait, it’s not just ebooks – you can have newspapers, magazines, and your favorite […]

Saving Space with a Kindle

Saving space and weight is critical when you own a small RV and that’s why I bought the Kindle ebook reader. I found myself collecting so many travel books and general reading materials for the road and was shocked to discover how much I was carrying around in my little RV. Not good, especially since […]