Convert your manual jacks to electric for less than $10

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

My favorite things: camp table

One very handy piece of equipment to have for both tent and RV camping is a small lightweight camp table. I like to use this table when cooking by the fire. It is great to have something to set you marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate on when making smores and cooking meals by the fire. … Continue reading My favorite things: camp table

My favorite things: combination locks

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

My favorite things: leveling blocks

Once very important tool every camper needs is a set of leveling blocks. Most sites you pull into are not level, some are not even close at all! Leveling blocks can be as simple as a 2x8 piece of lumbar cut into 12 inch lengths, or you can buy a pre-made set of leveling blocks. … Continue reading My favorite things: leveling blocks

My favorite things: Fire Roasting Stick

Today I am starting a blog series called "My favorite things." The purpose of this series is to point out some of the gear I use while camping to help you get ideas for what you might want to add to your gear list. This first item is a fire roasting stick. I absolutely LOVE … Continue reading My favorite things: Fire Roasting Stick