Category: Comfort at Camp

Prevent Water Leaks From Slide-topper Failure

Slide Out Awnings, sometimes called Toppers, are an important component in protecting the structural integrity of your RV slide out—especially with their ability to prevent environmental damage to the seals that surround your slide out. When extended, toppers protect the roof of a slide out from rain, dirt, debris (leaves and small branches) or snow.
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A Pressure Cooking Plus

With 11 functions, the 4-Quart Fagor Lux Multi-Cooker is the perfect compact electric appliance for longer RV travels. Imagine one appliance that offers settings for preparing white rice, brown rice, risotto or yogurt—at the touch of a button. Then add pressure-cook, slow-cook, brown, sauté, simmer and keep-warm settings! I recently found this gem of an appliance
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Brrrrr! Getting to Know Your RV Heating System

Trailers and motorhomes are built to be comfortable, even when the temperatures drop. This extends the camping calendar and allows people to enjoy the quieter off-season campground atmosphere. Also, this can result in more availability and reduced prices. So let’s look at just what keeps the living quarters at a comfortable temperature during those cold
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How Many TV’s Do You Need In A Motorhome?

With large class A motor coaches today, bigger always appears better, as is more. Nothing mirrors this more than the televisions that can be found on most. One, or possibly two CRT TV’s were in demand fifteen or twenty years ago. Usually a 19” to 26” in the living room, with a 17” or so
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