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.

How to Get Started in RV Travel (Even if You Don’t Have an RV)

Start your RV travels today, with or without a recreational vehicle. It can be intimidating to get into RV travel for the first time. Between all of the vehicle options to choose from and the costs associated with them, there can be a lot to consider. The good news is that you don’t have to
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Dealing with RV Water Worries and Tank Trouble

RV advice from July's Mark My Words post

Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month, we have lots of questions on water and tank problems, as well as plumbing-related issues. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark: My gray water tank pressures up during showers and the water will not drain. It also seems to be pulling a vacuum when draining
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12 Ways To Keep Your RV Refrigerator Cold This Summer

Keep your RV fridge cool with these handy tips. Ready for RV travel during the summer? One of the most important appliances during this time of year is your fridge, which keeps food cool for those barbecues at camp and chills beverages for those refreshing drinks on the go. Below you’ll find some handy tips
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Campfire Lighting Tips For a Warm And Safe Blaze

Gather ’round the campfire for some tips on making a toasty and contained blaze. Campfires are a central part of the outdoors experience. Telling spooky stories around the flames, roasting marshmallows until they’re gooey, or simply basking in the warmth with friends and family constitute a big payoff after a day of active recreation. But
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