An RV surge protector will protect your RV or trailer from electrical damage, and covered RV surge protectors are best for camping in stormy weather conditions.
RV snowbirds return to Colorado, just in time for the last major snow storm of spring…hopefully.
How extreme weather affects RV weatherstripping, and the best way to replace vinyl insert trim to keep RV roof molding from leaking and creating black streaks.
Photo essay explaining why Jim hates windy weather most of all while RVing full-time, from desert winds tornado warnings.
This snowbird season takes us through some extreme RVing locations and weather conditions with remote boondocking, and major upgrades, elevation changes, long drives and the search for best hot springs.
How to replace old cracked RV Insert Trim in five easy steps to protect exterior from weather damage.
Can two full-time RVer weather wimps survive a Rocky Mountain snow storm surprise?
There’s currently a winter storm pounding the Northeast with snow, freezing rain and record low temperatures. That’s too bad. That’s also why you’ll find us in some Southwest desert come this time of year. Before we fled Colorado to fly south this winter though, we got hammered with a fair dumping of our own. How […]
Pondering Edward Abbey, the loss of the desert and Colorado River as we roam across the west for season six of our annual RVing snowbird adventure.
Finding an answer to how much snow our Northwood Arctic Fox RV roof can safely hold without causing water damage.