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Author : on in Henley's Happy TrailsBlog Category | Henley's Happy Trails | Winter | Tags | Blogs

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 | Winter | Tags | Blogs

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....


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Not all "snow birds" fly south for the winter. For some, it is a magical time of the year that offers a range of activities and adventures. Unfortunately, the very conditions that make the colder months enjoyable are the same ones that make driving potentially dangerous. Although it can be tricky, it can be done. Here are a few tips to keep you and....


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When you travel the country in your RV, you may find yourself in an area that you are unfamiliar with over the Holiday season. Without friends and family to ask, how do you find fun and/or meaningful activities in which to engage during the holidays? Fortunately, in this day, there are many ways to seek out appropriately festive functions to celebr....


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Some people live for the crisp, cold days of winter. They love skiing, skating, sledding, and playing in the snow. Others, however, prefer the warmer weather of the rest of the months. Unfortunately, taking a winter hiatus from working out takes a toll on your fitness, health, and weight. You don't have to skip exercising; however, it just takes a ....


Author : on in Henley's Happy TrailsBlog Category | Henley's Happy Trails | Winter | Tags | Blogs

In October, many RVers head up north to work at the piling stations during the Sugar Beet Harvest. The hours are long and the weather is cold, but the pay is worth it. Many RVers will be participating in this agricultural adventure for the first time and may have questions.

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Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Unless you're a full-time RVer, there's a good chance that you'll be storing your pride and joy at least part of the year. Although there's a chance your neighbors wouldn't mind you leaving it parked under a fabric cover in the driveway, and there are definitely an assortment of commercially operated storage facilities that house motorhomes, perhap....


Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Like many RVers, we have an interspecies household. RVing with pets is wonderful! In fact, our two dogs and two cats have become master travelers. Although we love them all dearly—and they seem to enjoy exploring new areas—when it comes time to relocate, they really don’t get a vote. Of course we always try to keep them comfortable and happy,....


Author : on in Full Time RVing DIYBlog Category | Full Time RVing DIY | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Cold weather can be hard living for full-time RVer’s, but there are some ways to help keep your rig – and your RV plumbing – warm and cozy in the winter.

Anyone considering spending the winter months in their RV outside of the sunbelt should first make sure they have the best possible protection built in. That includes a completely enclosed and hea....


Author : on in The Road Less TraveledBlog Category | The Road Less Traveled | Winter | Tags | Blogs

Bored, grumpy, tired, and unmotivated—that’s how many feel during the short days of winter. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), is a yearly issue for some where others experience it only once or twice in their lifetimes. Either way, it can be very disruptive.

Although perhaps the best way to avoid seasonal depression is to travel—or reside—in ....