After discovering mold in our RV roof, we had the entire roof replaced. We learned what caused the mold and made some modifications to help stop it happening again.
Our RV hasn't moved for almost 4 months, and despite the snow and ice, it's time to hook up and hit the road for our long drive from Vermont to Oregon.
In the blink of an eye, everything changed as we've been forced to abandon our RV in the middle of winter.
It's been a month since the winter solstice, and we're now in the midst of winter - and we haven't given up yet! Here's how things are going in our RV.
Ever wondered what it's like to live in an RV when the temperature drops below 10°F? Will things freeze and break? Well, this week we had the chance to find out!
Winter RVing can be amazing IF you can handle the cold! Here are our top tips to stay warm and cozy in your RV, even during the coldest winter weather!
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!
If you're looking for the ultimate heated hoses for winter camping in your RV, then look no further - we've installed and reviewed the NoFreezeWaterHose fresh water and waste hoses.
We've been full-time RVers, traveling around the US for over 2 years, but now we're ready for our next adventure - we're going to build a home base.
Skirting your RV makes a big difference in cold winter weather, and we chose a DIY option - installing foam insulation board around our travel trailer.
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A week of warm weather and easing travel restrictions - things are beginning to open up and we can't wait to start exploring!
This week we were woken up by a loud shrieking sound outside the RV - it sounded like someone screaming for help, but who or what was it?!
This week we've been settling back into our normal routine, but World Backup Day is a great reminder to make sure all our data is safe and secure!