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Campgrounds aren’t really known for attracting a criminal element. You do encounter some degree of risk while on the road but RVing is actually pretty safe as long as you take some precautions. Here are some tips for keeping your family and property safe – oh, and your RV too!

At the Campground
Some campgrounds do not allow firearms so if you own on....



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So there we were, Teresa and I working on Guest Guides for five RV resorts in southern New Jersey. The news was starting to tell us about a tropical storm named Matthew. We knew we were leaving the area October 10, 2016 to head to Hilton Head Island for owners’ week later that month. Yet, as the storm developed into a Hurricane, the predictive....



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If you are a full timer or if you are staying in your RV in an area where there is a disaster you could be in for a rude awakening if you haven’t planned appropriately. With the recent flooding in several states, including the massive flooding in Louisiana, and Hurricane Matthew bearing down on the East Coast, this post seems pretty timely. Witho....



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After leaving Banff National Park, we had a long stretch of random towns we planned to stop in for the night and even longer stretches of flat fields between these towns. It was a crazy contrast from the epic mountain views we had just spent the last few days in, but beautiful in a different kind of way.

First town we arrived in was Medicine Hat, A....



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When you think about traveling in your RV, Trailer or Pop-Up Camper it is common to have some concerns. One of the biggest concerns out there is the infamous tire blowout. The damage that can be caused by this horrible event can range from a few hundred to thousands of dollars to repair. The thought of losing control of your coach is not only horri....



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Whether you are out on a busy holiday weekend or simply on a quiet trip to your favorite hidden campsite, safety should always be a concern. I am not talking about the safety from a world of lions, and tigers, and bears oh my…but the safety from the things you may think about at home, but forget about when you are on your vacation. The rules that....



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When I was growing up I had an uncle who was a quadriplegic. He was paralyzed from the neck down, but it never stopped him. He, my aunt, and their daughter went on a vacation each year and saw every state in the continental U.S. Twice a year they would go to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. I never saw him as disabled.

They didn’t have an RV, but they did ....



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Well, the 4th of July is close at hand and in keeping with the spirit of the holiday many of you will likely be enjoying fireworks to some degree, cooking out, or doing outdoor activities. I wanted to share a few safety tips so that you can keep the fourth as fun as possible.

Stay hydrated – Summer is fully upon us and with that comes heat. I don’....


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Lately we have been looking into getting a new tow vehicle. As we have researched and looked at different vehicles, we have learned a lot – and there is a lot to consider. Budget is, of course a concern, but when it is all said and done, the big question is can the vehicle actually tow the trailer?
So here is a quick guide to better understanding w....


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Is it just me or does it seem like severe weather is happening more frequently and is more wide spread? Almost every day you hear of a tornado touching down or severe thunderstorms devastating an area. As RVers you may be moving around a lot which actually increases your chances of being caught in one of these bad storms. So what can you do to p....