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RVing with the Changing Seasons

A child delights in the changing seasons.

Autumn has always been my favorite season. I love the way it smells, all spicy and woodsy. The motion of it: Leaves gently falling, golden, colorful, whispers on the wind. And what about those colors – golds, yellow, reds, browns – set against a brilliant, blue sky? What’s not to love about this time of year?

RVing with Your Pets – Make Some Room

Emma checks out her new space.

If you are RVing with your pets, you know that they need their space, too. When you are looking for a rig that has a floor plan that fits your lifestyle and needs, don’t forget to include the needs of your pets too.

We have two cats, who transitioned very well from a house into our motor home; as with our house, they think they own the motor home, too.

Scale Modeling – A Hobby Suitable For RVing

A scale modeling work in process.

Some of you might wonder what you’re going to do during those times when it’s pouring rain, there’s nothing on television, the other half is engrossed in some interest of their own and you find yourself bored. Yeah, there will be times when RVing when you will experience some boredom.  Well, a hobby that I’ve been associated with since I was a kid is scale modeling. Building plastic scale models has been a huge part of my life. It’s not only been a way to relax, but also has led to a source of self-employment in one way or another for us both over the past decade or two.

Roadside Assistance – HELP When You Need It

Don't be caught without roadside assistance when you need it.

You may never have had the need for Roadside Assistance before becoming RVers. If you have never traveled more than a short distance away from where you live, you were just a phone call away from a friend or family member or a local business who could come to your aide. But once you begin traveling longer distances or possibly go on the road as Full-timers, you REALLY NEED to have it.

Shake And Shimmy

If you’re an RV owner, you know that a small annoyance can often turn into something much, much more. A few drops of water can later turn out to be a significant water leak…more than an annoyance, it could turn out to be a costly repair. The same holds true for your rig’s ride – an intermittent shimmy and shake cannot be ignored.

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