Having electric RV stabilizer jacks is nice, but when they come built into the camper it can be very expensive. Lucking there is a very simple and inexpensive solution to convert your manual crank jacks into electric jacks. Most rv scissor jacks use a 3/4" socket to drive the screw rod, moving the jack up … Continue reading Convert your manual jacks to electric for less than $10
One of the first big questions that comes to mind for someone who is just getting into camping is what are they going to sleep in. For someone new to camping an obvious choice would be to try renting a cabin. This works great for beginners however it is very expensive and greatly limits the … Continue reading Tent or Camper?
If your camper is anything like mine you may be frustrated with the keyed locks on your storage compartments. Two out of my three storage compartments had only a single latch to keep them closed, which meant that I had to carry around a set of keys anytime I wanted to get in that storage … Continue reading My favorite things: combination locks
One of the best peices of advice that I wish I would have listened to early on in my RV ownership experience was to protect my camper against mud daubers. If I only would have listened to the advice I could have avoided hundreds of dollars in repair costs. For those of you who are … Continue reading Protect your camper from Mud Daubers!