Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hauling Water

I often get questions about how to haul water when an RV site doesn’t have running water handy. How exactly do you get enough water to fill the tank and how exactly do you store the storage container when you … Continue reading

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Keeping the Cat In ~ Those Really Stupid RV Doors.

It seems that all travel trailers, fifth wheelers and many other recreational vehicles are equipped with these really poorly designed latches. I have yet to meet anyone who likes the stupid doors. Approached from the outside, the latches have a … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 5: Tornados and Severe Thunderstorms

  Of all the potential nasty things that mother nature can throw at the full timer, the severe thunderstorm is simultaneously the most common, the most widespread, and the most likely to be deadly. Severe thunderstorms occur in virtually every … Continue reading

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