Category: Boondocking/Dry Camping

No restrooms, showers, or sewage? No problem! These are our dry camping adventurers that live post their RV up wherever the wind takes them.

Mark My Words, January: Keep the Power Flowing

This month we’ll talk about converters, battery charging, blown fuses, and tank cleaning. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark, I’ve heard a number of comments made about changing out the dumb OEM converter for a smart one. We still have the original converter in our 1996 Itasca Sunrise. There are no problems
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Quartzsite — Wheeling and Dealing in the Arizona Desert

Quartzsite brings RVs to the Arizona desert for a larger-than-life retail event. Tens of thousands of RV enthusiasts are converging on Quartzsite, Arizona, to attend the 35th Annual Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show. The January 20–28 show, which typically attracts more than 150,000 towable and motorized RVs, is one of the largest RV shows
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RV Residential Refrigerator Advantages

Recreation vehicle absorption refrigerators have been around for decades.  Operating on propane or electric, these types of appliances have been ideal for off-the-grid camping. They do, however, have several shortfalls when compared to what you are used to at home.  First, they have a reduced interior volume due to the shallow depth needed for the
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Great Hot Meals Ready Whenever You Arrive

When travelling on a cross-country motorhome journey, evening mealtimes are difficult to predict. Will you find a suitable campground early enough to prepare a nice hot meal, or will you just settle for a quick-fix dinner if the arrival time is late? Well, if you are trying to make a good day in distance, the
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