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LEDLighting

Converting Fluorescent RV Lights to LED Strip Lights

UPDATE: Check out the new and improved ways we’ve converted our entire RV to LED. View our entire LED video playlist here. Being frequent boondockers (for the uninitiated, that’s camping without hook-ups), we’re always looking...

New OrleansTravel Tip

NOLA! RVing To New Orleans, LA

Like most RVers, we spend a lot of time exploring the wide open spaces of the great outdoors. But there are definitely times we like to visit large and medium size cities too. New Orleans...

Fantastic FanVents

Installing an RV Roof Vent Cover

Both of our Fantastic vent fans are equipped with rain sensors, but there are lots of times that we want the fan open and running even if it’s raining out. The solution is to install...

Food

How To Make Celery Last a Month!

Using this simple trick, you can keep celery fresh and crisp for a month or longer in your refrigerator. Hummus and celery is one of our favorite healthy snacks. But since we’re faithful Costco shoppers,...

Travel TipWyomingYellowstone National Park

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Mention Yellowstone National Park, and most people probably think of Old Faithful. While we love the geyser basins, our favorite part of the park might be just a little less famous: the Grand Canyon of...

DumpingHolding TanksSewer Hose

RV Holding Tank Dumping 1-2-3

Dumping your RV’s black and gray tanks might seem like a no-brainer, but we can’t tell you how many times we’ve seen people who could use a little help with the basics. Properly dumping your...

Food

Separate Eggs With a Plastic Bottle

Using a simple plastic water or soda pop bottle, here’s a quick trick for separating the white from the yolk the next time a recipe calls for you to separate eggs. We’re off the RV and...

BasementRV LivingStorage

How To Organize an RV Basement

If you think you can’t accumulate (and misplace) a lot of “stuff” in a space as contained as an RV, think again. We’re approaching our 10-year anniversary of full-timing, and have found that lots of...

InflatingTires

UPDATE: High Pressure RV Tire Inflation

This is an update to our video How To Inflate High Pressure RV Tires. If you haven’t already seen it, this one won’t make sense. You can watch it here: How To Inflate High Pressure...

Glacier National ParkMontanaTravel Tip

Glacier National Park – Going to the Sun Road

One of our favorite RVing destinations in the U.S. is Glacier National Park, where you’ll find one of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world: Going to the Sun Road. The road itself is...

Devils Tower National MonumentTravel TipWyoming

RVing At Devils Tower National Monument

We never travel near Northeastern Wyoming without stopping to hike around one of our favorite (and most accessible) natural wonders – Devils Tower. It’s a great place to camp and one of the best bang-for-the-hiking-buck...

Pleated BlindsWindow Shades

How To Re-String a Pleated RV Window Shade

Pleated day/night window shades are a common feature in just about every class of RV. Since the design relies on thin fabric cords sliding across hard plastic parts, cord wear and breakage is a distinct...

Canada

Campground Flooding in BC, Canada

The RV Park we’ve been staying in is directly on the Harrison River in the Fraser Valley of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Over the past couple of weeks, the water in the Harrison & Fraser...

SolarUpdates & Upgrades

RV Solar Panel Installation Overview

As we spend a fair amount of time boondocking (camping without hook-ups), solar panels have given us the freedom to enjoy the peace & quiet of remote locations without running our generator too much. Since...

ShowerSkylight

Accessing the Inside of an RV Skylight

The clear plastic inner liner of our shower skylight has come loose on one side. To secure it back into place, we’ll need to remove the entire inner liner and plastic surround. A couple of...

DicorLeaksRoof

Preventing RV Roof Leaks (Dicor Maintenance)

Just about everything attached to the roof of an RV is a potential entry point for water. The TV antenna, vent fans, satellite dish, plumbing vents, solar panel mounts or anything else screwed into, or...

GeneratorOnanOnan Generator

Onan RV Generator Maintenance: Change the Coolant

As a follow-up to our recent video on generator maintenance (Servicing an Onan RV Generator), when we cleaned the spark arrestor and changed the oil, oil filter & air filter, today we’re servicing the cooling...

Safety

How To Start a Fire with Steel Wool

We recently heard from an RVer who was using steel wool to stop pests from coming in near the water heater, and we realized that it might not be common knowledge that fine steel wool...

Oil ChangeToadTow CarTowed

Changing the Oil in Your Car

  Of course this video isn’t just for RVers. While there are lots of inexpensive quick-oil-change places around, performing this task ourselves is right in line with our general preference for maintaining all of our...

Fresh WaterWater Filters

Replacing RV Water Filters

One downside to moving your house to so many different locations can be the varied and unknown quality of the water available. Many RVs have a rust, scale and sediment filter for all incoming water,...

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