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Author : on in Henley's Happy TrailsBlog Category | Henley's Happy Trails | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

Many RVers head south to warmer climates in the winter. Some, like us, decide to brave a colder location because that is where the work is available. We have found a few preparation tips that can make a cold stay more tolerable.

Related Read: RV Winter Tips for Full-Timers

Dehumidifiers are a must.

When warm moist air meets a cold flat surfac....


Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

The RV's kitchen—for some it's merely storage space for their outdoor grilling implements. For others, is simply a convenient way to make a quick meal between activities. For many, it's one of the perks of RV ownership rather than camping in more rustic manners or staying in motels. People who full-time RV, however, count on their kitchens as muc....


Author : on in We Wander WhereverBlog Category | We Wander Wherever | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, you’re probably on the lookout for fun ways to make this holiday special.

Related Read: Romance on the Road: Celebrating Valentine’s Day RV-Style!


We will, of course, be making cards as usual, but I have been looking for something to make the day even more fun and came ....


Author : on in We Wander WhereverBlog Category | We Wander Wherever | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

I recently posted about disposing of waste responsibly while living in an RV. I hope that post inspired you to take up some more earth-friendly habits. After all, everyone should be doing everything they can to make our world a better place.

In this installment of the Green Living on the Road series, I will be addressing what it takes to skip the ....


Author : on in Henley's Happy TrailsBlog Category | Henley's Happy Trails | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

When dry camping, it’s not always desirable to run the generator. Having solar panels is a convenient way to get a steady stream of power and charge your batteries throughout the day. If you don't dry camp often, it may not be worth the price tag to get solar. If that is the case for you, the best compromise is to save power where you can in order ....



Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

Water damage—it's the fear of many owners of campers, RVs, and trailers. Whether it's from a leaking appliance, roof, or water line, the problems it can cause range from irritating to catastrophic. Every morning, an RVer somewhere wakes to find their carpet soaked and some of their possessions ruined by a sudden water leak. What about those leaks....


Author : on in We Wander WhereverBlog Category | We Wander Wherever | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

My husband and I recently went out looking at RVs. What we found is that many of the newest rigs are jam packed with so many modern amenities that they’re more comfortable than most houses. However, there is one important thing all RVs are still lacking: an internet connection.

Related Read: Staying Connected

While I didn't really expect an RV to....


Author : on in Henley's Happy TrailsBlog Category | Henley's Happy Trails | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

An RV refrigerator works a little different than a typical residential refrigerator. For example, an RV fridge doesn't have moving parts such as a compressor. It works using gravity and heat instead. Knowing these and other differences can help with understanding how to care for your RV fridge.

Keep it Level

An RV fridge uses gravity to keep the....


Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

Usually, when you know winter's coming, you have plenty of time to take precautions by beefing up insulation and winterizing the water lines. You could even seal the windows with weather stripping or plastic wrap and install thermal blinds and insulating curtains to keep the cold air out. What do you do, however, when the weather changes with littl....


Author : on in We Wander WhereverBlog Category | We Wander Wherever | RV Blogs | Camping Ideas | MobileRVing

RV living means living minimally. After all, you can only squeeze so much stuff into such a tiny space. Fortunately, most people don’t need 75% of the stuff they think they need, meaning the minimalist lifestyle is not really all that hard to get the hang of.

Related Read: Making Room to Breath While Living in an RV

That said, there are those wh....

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