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Interesting places
Interesting placesI spent last week in Charleston, SC working with some hotels and restaurants. The hotel I was working with gave me a free room for the week, so I didn't take my motorhome. But they were booked up for the weekend, so I didn't get a free room for Friday night. I love staying in hostels, so I found a hostel in downtown Charleston for $28 for Friday night and booked that. The name of the hostel was "NotSo." In other words, the place was called, the Charleston NoSo Hostel. . . . keep reading

How old is too old for RV tires?
How old is too old for RV tires?How long can you safely keep driving with the tires that are on your RV is a question all RVers are faced with. With the price of RV tires, we don't want to buy new tires before we have to, but we also don't want to push things too far and have a blowout. Here are pictures to help you decide and techniques to greatly extend the life of your tires . . . keep reading

Bears and Hiking Trails
Bears and Hiking TrailsIt's nice when you have a popular hiking trail all to yourself--that is until you find out why no one else is on the trail. Recently I went hiking with a young couple who were camped here in the campground. It was a wonderful hike and it was a popular, well-worn trail, but we didn't see another hiker the whole way. That was surprising and especially for a Sunday afternoon. When we got back to the beginning of the trail we saw a sign that we had not noticed when we started out. We were lucky. Here's what the sign said . . . keep reading

$20 and 10 minutes well spent
$20 and 10 minutes well spentI like gadgets and I'm always adding them to my motorhome. Most of them turn out to work like I expected. That's the case with the screen door handle I installed yesterday. It was $18.50 with free shipping from Amazon. . . . keep reading

What About Kids and RVing?
What About Kids and RVing?People are always asking me, "What about kids?" My answer is, I suggest you keep them. If you want a more serious and complete answer, you'll have to read the article. I'll give you a hint. Kids love the lifestyle, but there are some unique things you need to do . . . keep reading

Is this the perfect RV for full-time living?
Is this the perfect RV for full-time living?This is probably not the ideal RV for full-time RVing, at least, not as your first RV. This motorhome was parked near me at a recent bluegrass rally. It's not an antique. It's almost new. It was built from scratch to look old. Most people who are thinking about living full time in an RV go through a fair amount of stress trying to find the right RV for their full-time lifestyle. Save yourself a lot of hassle and realize that regardless of how much effort you put into your search, the first RV you buy is not going to be the right one for you--unless you're very lucky. Here are my thoughts to help you get lucky--at selecting an RV, that is. . . . keep reading

My Latest Book
My Latest Book

Maybe you haven't noticed but my latest book has been added to the list of my RVing books shown on the right side of the Home page of this website. While I'm telling you about my latest book, let me tell you a little about selling books on Amazon. You may notice that the price of the eBook version of this book is only $2.99. My other eBooks are priced at $3.99. There's a reason for this. This book is more of a book that someone would read for enjoyment like they would a novel. Tests have shown that "How-to" books sell just as well at $3.99 as they do at $2.99, but entertainment type eBooks (such as novels) sell a lot better at $2.99. . . . keep reading

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