When we downsized from our 2,500 square foot house to our 400 square foot home on wheels, I realized we had a lot of cleaning supplies we wouldn’t need or even have room for. After living full time on the road for almost a year, I have ﬁgured out which cleaning supplies we actually need…
RV parks and campgrounds can vary quite a bit in price, and those costs can add up quickly if you camp often. Boondocking is camping without hookups. It’s sometimes referred to as camping oﬀ the grid, dispersed camping or dry camping. No water, no electric and no sewer. Many people enjoy this, as it usually…
Tailgating has become a staple for Fall activities of all kinds and has become increasingly involved over the years. These days, tailgating is not just reserved for Professional/College Football and NASCAR races. We see people tailgating at concerts, grand openings, and even quilting expos! Whatever activity or hobby you enjoy, getting together with friends and others that share your passion can be an opportunity to tailgate!
When we first moved into our RV, I got the grand idea to cook an elaborate meal that I had
never made before, which included multiple steps and pots, pans and dishes. I was still getting used to a much smaller space and ended up SUPER frustrated that I couldn’t make it happen in the RV kitchen.
Looking to cut costs while camping? Learning how to prepare for life on the road can make a big impact on your wallet. RV Repair Club contributor and full time RVer, Lauren Grijalva, has three top tips for saving money on campsites. Read below to find out what Lauren uses as a full time RVer.
As RVers, we’re always looking for smart ways to save money while on the road! Lauren Grijalva, a full time RVer and RV Repair Club contributor, is sharing some of her ideas for finding free and cheap entertainment while you're out on the road! Read below to find out what Lauren uses as a full time RVer.