I hear about the service challenges that RV owners have every day. People are excited when they buy an RV. Often that turns to regret the first time they contact the dealership for service. I have experienced everything from: “we are booked out 30 days for an oil change,” (I am on the road seeing
Best Overall Service: TIE!!! New Bern KOA (New Bern, NC) and Covert/South Haven KOA (Covert, MI) I talk a lot about the New Bern KOA and I visit as often as I can. It has been my favorite place to go since the first time I visited. This year, I added another favorite to my
The RV Lifestyle craze is sweeping the country! As more and more people are hitting the roads in an RV, parks are stepping up their game around the country to make their’s the one people choose. No RV park or campground is perfect, but after 4 1/2 years on the road, I know what it
Hey y’all. Welcome to another wild ride on my amazing journey! No matter where you live life, there will be challenges. Sometimes you zig right instead of left because you have to, but there is always a solution to every problem. AND a bright side if you just look for it! I have learned to
Welcome to another wild ride on my amazing adventure! A few days ago, I hit the interstate in Millersville, Maryland heading north. It was here on a Maryland highway that I encountered a man who really needs to relax a little bit! Maybe he should take an RV trip. I am driving 40 foot
Did you know that 74% of the 41 Million adults who camped/RVd last year in the USA use a smartphone on their trips? Their top 5 Reasons: 1. Texting – 53% 2. GPS Location Services – 47% 3. Personal Email – 39% 4. Outdoor Related Activity Apps – 33% 5. News – 29% The number
RV Tank Tips – Follow these three simple steps for a “SMELL FREE” RV. Bonus tip… I keep disposable gloves, plastic grocery bags, and clean rags in a plastic bin in my water/sewer bay. 1. Keep your tanks closed until ready to dump them. Don’t keep your black tank valve open when connected to sewer!
I just saw a sign saying, “5% grade ahead”, with that picture of a truck sitting at a 45-degree angle pointing down. I thought that the descent started in Laramie? Crap! I am not ready!!! Within seconds, I go from 45 to 46, to 47 to 48 to 49 to 50mph. The truck is in