This week we've been pampering our Ford F-150 and treating it to some upgrades in honor of reaching a big milestone - 100,000 miles of adventures!
The time has finally come for a new set of tires on our F-150, but this time we decided to change the wheels too - find out why and what we chose!
As our F-150's odometer rolled over into 6 digits, it was time to take it in for its big service - we break down what work had to be done and how much it cost.
We replaced the OEM tow hooks on our Ford F-150 with the Rough Country tow hook shackle mount and D-rings to improve our recovery capabilities.
We're back at our RV in Virginia, but now we have to play catch-up and begin preparations for returning to Vermont - the clock is ticking!
We replaced our Ford F-150's cabin air filter with the Microgard 4107HP HEPA filter with activated carbon for removing odors, gases and other pollutants.
It's taken a while but finally, almost in mid-December, we've had our first good snowfall here in Vermont - and it's so pretty!
This might be the last stretch of mild weather before it turns cold this winter, so we've been taking full advantage to check things off our to-do list!
If you're going to spend a cold winter living in an RV, you need to be prepared. Here's what we're doing to stay safe and comfortable in northern Vermont.
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We built a DIY monitoring system using Wyze cameras, cellular modem, Raspberry Pi and Home Assistant to keep an eye on our RV this winter.