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PLEASE don’t buy me anything. Full-time RVers don’t need more “stuff”!

By |2021-03-26T22:51:20-05:00March 26th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Photo Credit: asenat29/Wiki Commons I know you love me but PLEASE don’t buy me anything. We are full-time RVers and are packing up the motorhome after five months at the same site. It is amazing how much stuff we have out and how much we have accumulated in a short amount of time. It is also quite dismaying to find my “spots” for everything overflowing with over-abundant Amazon purchases and the wonderful presents that have been graciously gifted to me. Instead of buying groceries by […]

Tips for Taking Your RV Out for the First Time

By |2021-02-12T19:07:25-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Taking your new RV out for the first time can be a little intimidating. It may seem like there is simply too much to remember, but don’t worry. The list of things that scare you will shrink with time, knowledge, and experience. For your first time, these tips will help you make the most of your first campground stay. Advance Planning The best thing you can do to ensure a smooth first camping trip is plan in advance. More and more people are enjoying RV travel, making campground reservations […]

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Everything You Need to Know to Give Earth-Shattering Blowjobs

By |2021-02-12T13:07:04-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Illustration: Jim Cooke Blowjobs don’t get the greatest depictions in the media, especially in porn. There’s lots of mouth-fucking, forced gagging, and getting ejaculated on, but in real life, blowjobs can be an incredibly fun experience for the giver. Here’s how to give a great blowjob and enjoy it at the same time. Get comfortable On average, men take three to five minutes to orgasm, so you don’t usually need to worry about finding a position that will be comfortable for the long haul. Still, you want to find […]

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7 common RV owner mistakes and how to avoid them

By |2021-02-12T01:06:25-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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It does not matter if you are a brand-new RV owner or a seasoned RV owner – we all make silly mistakes at some point in time. I encourage the use of checklists to help avoid making some of the more common RV owner mistakes. When you use a checklist it’s not as easy to forget or overlook a certain step or procedure. With that said, in no particular order I will offer some tips on how to avoid 7 common mistakes RV owners make. 1. RV odors from […]

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Is it time to re-level your RV? Here are some signs to look for

By |2021-02-12T01:06:23-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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By Gail Marsh Here’s the scenario: It’s been several weeks since you parked your rig. The campground’s been great! You’ve met interesting folks and enjoyed exploring the nearby “must-see” sights. With everything going so well you can sit back and relax, right? Well, maybe not… When your RV has been sitting in one spot for a while, it tends to settle. Depending on soil and weather conditions you may find yourself on shaky ground – literally! You might be surprised to learn that your RV will often “tell” you […]

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Solo Female Camper Makes a Holiday Inn Shuttle Her Home on Wheels

By |2021-02-11T10:06:42-06:00February 11th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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The road is full of amazing stories. That’s, in fact, why we love the RV lifestyle. Today we’re meeting a one-of-a-kind traveler…Hilary & her ex-Holiday Inn Shuttle. This adventurous solo female camper took a leap of faith when she decided to hit the road. She scored an affordable rig, converted it to suit her lifestyle, and hit the highway. We’re learning how she does it and getting a few tips along the way. Without further ado, here’s Hilary! Introducing Hilary & Her Holiday Inn Shuttle Hi, I’m Hilary! I […]

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10 Tips You Need To Know From RV Mechanics

By |2021-02-10T19:07:08-06:00February 10th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Keep your RV in good shape with these tips from RV mechanics – Photo via Shutterstock Standard License 10 Tips You Need To Know From RV Mechanics Here are the most common items that RV owners have problems with, resulting in repair by RV mechanics. The accompanying tips will help avoid these repairs. 1. Water heaters Having hot water for showering and dishwashing makes RV life much more enjoyable. Your water heater is a basic system but can cause major problems. Tip: Depending on usage, drain and flush your […]

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Step-by-Step Guide for Handing Your RV to Renters

By |2021-02-09T13:06:33-06:00February 9th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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The day has finally arrived for your first, or hundredth, reservation. Your excitement level is high as your mind rushes through a course of thoughts ensuring that your unit is ready for the road. You review the mental checklist in your head to go over with the renter, yet when the time comes and the renter is driving away, you realize you’ve forgotten key information the renter should have known before releasing your unit. You mentally kick yourself for forgetting it and wished you had an actual list to […]

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Slide Outs on trailer

By |2021-02-08T13:06:47-06:00February 8th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Concur with this comment. Our current rig is 14 years old and one of the three slide outs did start leaking last year, but come on, it ha no problems for 13 years and only one leaked. Frankly, you should worry a lot more about roof maintenance and window seals (Had the former, which necessitated roof reseal, and two windows leak which I fixed myself.) As for mice; RV long enough and in woodsy places, and they are going to get in regardless of slides. Most long term RVers […]

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Campground and RV Park News, February 6, 2021

By |2021-02-07T01:08:21-06:00February 7th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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The latest news about camping and developments in North American campgrounds and RV parks from Janet Groene for February 6, 2021. DISCLAIMER: These news items are believed current at press time but conditions are still changing quickly, not just because of COVID but because of other factors such as highway conditions. Phone the campground. Don’t rely solely on websites, GPS or Facebook. Full facilities and activities may not be open. Seasons and COVID restrictions vary. Get specifics about rates, campground facilities, reservation policies, campsite size and shape and the […]

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Florida Couple Rescued by Hampton’s Body Shop Employee While Trapped in Motorhome in Icy Winter Conditions on Mountain in Todd

By |2021-02-06T01:06:56-06:00February 6th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Icy road conditions that the Mays experienced on Feb. 2. Photo courtesy of Wayne May. Wayne May and Shirleyann May’s first vacation as a married couple did not go as expected when they got stuck on an ice-covered gravel mountain road in their motorhome in the middle of the night during 16-degree weather and 50 mph wind gusts in Todd on Feb. 2. However, they both said their lives were saved by Jason Miller, an employee of Hampton’s Body Shop, Inc. in Boone. Wayne and Shirleyann are from Middleburg, […]

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RVelectricity – Review of Mike’s popular Lithium battery chargers webcast

By |2021-02-06T01:06:39-06:00February 6th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Dear Readers, My “Ask an Expert” live webcast on Lithium battery chargers with Dennis Wieske from Progressive Dynamics last Tuesday evening on YouTube was a huge success. It started on YouTube Live at 8 p.m. Eastern, and by the time we ended shortly after 9 p.m., some 528 of you had watched it. As of the next day it had more than 1,200 views, which is pretty cool for a geeky topic like Lithium battery chargers. And a big thanks to the dozens of you who sent in live […]

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What It’s Like to Track Your Recovery With the WHOOP Strap

By |2021-02-05T18:50:05-06:00February 5th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Screenshot: Beth Skwarecki, WHOOP In the final installment of the sleep tracking fitness challenge, I’m going to talk about my experience with the WHOOP strap. This and the Oura ring, which I covered last week , are the two big players in the recovery tracking space. Both keep tabs on your activity during the day and your heart rate at night, and aim to tell you whether you’re getting enough good quality sleep to support your athletic endeavors. Both WHOOP and Oura more or less do what they promise. […]

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Mark My Words February: Pinpointing Leaks and Stabilizing Fivers

By |2021-02-05T13:07:03-06:00February 5th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Hi Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on filters, RV leaks and shaky fivers, among other things. Remember to send your RVing questions to mmw@escapees.com. Mark, I am a part-timer at this point. I have two water filters on my coach, one on the incoming line and one on the kitchen cold side. How long are they good for when used, say, one week a month or for a couple of long weekends per month? My water has always been good and safe, but often I […]

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Crosscamp Toyota mini-camper van takes on urban-to-outland adventure

By |2021-02-03T22:07:34-06:00February 3rd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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The new Crosscamp Lite comes built on sibling vans: the Toyota Proace Verso and Opel Zafira Life The Erwin Hymer Group is making sure it has its camper van bases covered. Not long after the reveal of the overland-grade CrossOver 4×4 vans , its Crosscamp brand of small, modular camper vans revealed a lighter alternative for urban adventurers who need the flexibility to travel from center city parking garage to remote campsite. The new Crosscamp Lite features a simple floor plan optimized for both everyday to-do lists and adrenaline-pumping […]

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The 4 Types of RVers, Which Are You?

By |2021-02-03T10:06:28-06:00February 3rd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Most RVers fall into one of four types. Each type has a different travel history, place in life, and need for services. The ages may differ, the number traveling together might change, and their interests might be unique. However, they all have the urge to hit the open road, meet new people and see the sights of America, Canada, and even Mexico. RVers are linked by their common love of the outdoors. There are four types of RVers – which one are you? History of RVing RVing has arguably […]

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Therapeutic Destinations: Peaceful Places to Visit in Your RV

By |2021-02-02T19:07:19-06:00February 2nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Traveling in an RV can be an incredibly exciting adventure. That said, “exciting” is not always what one wants from a getaway. Sometimes, peace and relaxation are the goals. After all, an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life is never a bad thing, and if you’re in need of a break, therapeutic destinations might be just where you need to go. Fortunately, an RV vacation can be whatever you make it, including relaxing. Wanting to plan a peaceful getaway for yourself? The options below are some […]

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Hard-Fried Eggs Deserve Love, Too

By |2021-02-02T13:06:35-06:00February 2nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Photo: Claire Lower The amount of praise for an egg seems to be directly proportionate to the softness of the yolk. Runny and “jammy” eggs are in vogue—even “hard-boiled” eggs are expected to have yolks with a little wobble. I am, for the most part, totally fine with this, as I love yolk with movement. But there is a time and a place for a hard-fried egg, provided you really fry it . Accidentally overcooked fried eggs are no fun, and are usually the worst of all worlds: The […]

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Slide-out weight limits while stored (slide-out in)

By |2021-02-02T12:51:30-06:00February 2nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Just a question about weight limits for the slide-outs – if it matters, my RV is a Keystone Sprinter about 38 feet long. I’ve read that the bigger RV slides can handle quite a bit of weight, 300lbs or up to 1000 in some cases. So I think I’m probably ok – I have put my computer and make-shift desk on the slide, and my concern is when it slides in, that the slide bows under the weight. I’m not sure what it’s made of but it doesn’t seem […]

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Question about Trucks and travel trailer.

By |2021-02-01T16:07:00-06:00February 1st, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Hi all, I am new here and will be a new travel trailer owner very soon. So, the thing I’d like to know. My wife and I are looking at a 26ft TT 4700lbs dry 475lb hitch weight. Bunks for kids, murphy bed for us, and no slides to keep weight down. Basically the floor plan we have been looking at for a few years now. Our current truck is a 2019 F150 XLT SCREW 3.5l Ecoboost. I know this truck is more the capable of towing this trailer. […]

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