Since our RV is based on a 55+ year old bus chassis, we're often asked if we get turned away from RV parks for being too old. There are, unfortunately, some commercial and private RV parks that do have a rule against allowing older rigs. Generally the cut off is 10 … [Read more...] about The ’10 Year Rule’ – Do RV Parks Really Turn Older RVs Away?
Community on the road is quite a bit different than the community you might experience while living stationary. The people you're hanging out with can shift as often as you change locations. Just a few of our meet-ups in the last couple of months: Sometimes you … [Read more...] about Nomadic Friendships: When ‘Until Next Time’ Might Be A Long Time
A few weeks ago in the Internet for RVers & Cruisers group we host on Facebook - we had a member make the claim that it's impossible to really be on the road visiting cool locations AND get enough mobile internet to stream video. We beg to differ - it's completely … [Read more...] about Why Yes – You Can have Scenic Views AND Great Internet
The RV industry is booming right now, and there are more people than ever planning to buy RVs and hit the road. If you're one of them, then you're probably elbow deep in information overload trying to learn everything you need to successfully pursue an RV … [Read more...] about Getting your RV Education: Overview of Three RV Online Schools
As boating newbies with over a decade of RVing experience, we're soaking up the new adventure and learning. In our upcoming travelogues, we'll be sharing about our latest extended run at anchoring out as we cruised down through the Everglades. Anchoring out is the … [Read more...] about Anchoring Out vs RV Boondocking – Similarities and Differences
We feel a TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) is an important piece of safety equipment to have for anyone on the road. With these systems, you install pressure monitoring sensors on each air valve of your tires (ideally including your RV tow-behind), and these … [Read more...] about Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) for RVs – Why the EEZTIRE is Our Choice