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The Best Cold-Weather RVs for Extreme Cold

If you’re like most people in the country right now, you probably feel like winter has come fast. We went from balmy, sticky summer-like temperatures to frosted windows and being able to see your own breath almost overnight. Yes, we had a few fall days thrown in there, but for the most part, it seems like we skipped fall and …

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My 15 Favorite RV Kitchen Accessories

If you have a modest camper trailer, then you know space how is a commodity. You want to live the way you would back home, but everywhere you look, there’s no extra room for anything else. You’re probably especially likely to feel this way in the kitchen. With your mini fridge, tiny microwave, and little oven, you might have to …

Fort Stevens State Park: Oregon Camping Review

In a recent trip to the Northern Oregon Coast, we had the opportunity to stay at a handful of different campsites. One of them happened to be the activity and adventure-filled Fort Stevens State Park, a hiker and biker campground that has so many stories and features. If you need a place to stay for the night during your travels …

Furrion Wireless RV Backup Camera: An owner’s review

As soon as I bought my first vehicle with a backup camera pre-installed, it has become standard and required equipment as far as I’m concerned. I have three little kids, and I’ve just heard too many heart-wrenching stories of parents accidentally running over their kids, so for me it’s essential for making my vehicles safe.  You can read my review …

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Auto Vox Backup Camera and Mirror: The complete review

When I bought my Ford F-150, I loved the whole truck, but I wished it had a backup camera.  My previous vehicle had a backup cam that I used all the time and I decided that I couldn’t go back to a vehicle without one. For towing a travel trailer, a backup camera is a major time saver.  With a …