Issue 1498 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros, travel advice, a handy website of the day, tips on our favorite RVing-related products and, of course, a good laugh. Thanks for joining us. We appreciate you. Please tell your friends about us . Today’s thought “But remember, boy, that a kind act can sometimes be as powerful as a sword.” ― Rick Riordan Need an excuse to celebrate? Today is National Date Nut Bread Day! On this day in history: 1937 – The Lincoln Tunnel opens to traffic in New York City. Tip of the Day Dumping your tanks without moving your rig Waste tank tote Removing sewage or gray water from your rig’s holding tanks doesn’t necessarily mean driving or towing your RV to the dump station. Portable waste storage tanks, or “ blue boys ,” can tote your liquid waste to the dump station in jig time. They come in different sizes to accommodate various sizes of waste tanks. Another option if your rig is parked close by but too far for your hose to stretch is to use a macerator pump to grind and pump sewage greater distances, even uphill, through a garden hose or small diameter plastic pipe. Some macerators operate on 12-volt power, others on water pressure alone. Some boondockers combine macerator pumps with portable waste tanks to move their sewage while saving their backs from heavy tank lifting. It’s […]