Pros and Cons of Hybrid Travel Trailers

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When I purchased my hybrid it was a perfect fit for me, but a few years later we decided to move on to something larger when our needs changed. Owning a hybrid travel trailer has many benefits, but there are some drawbacks. Here are my top 5 Pros and Cons of Hybrid Travel Trailers. 1. Light weight, the tent end … Read More

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Jeep and Shamrock Hybrid Camper

After about a month of looking visiting all the local dealers and searching RV Trader and Craigslist, we finally found the one on. It was a 2008 Forest River Shamrock 19M. The owner had passed away and his children we selling the camper. On May 1st 2013 I went to check it out and it looked brand new! I discovered … Read More

DIY RV Sewer Hose Storage

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DIY RV Sewer Hose Storage

If you are looking for a convenient, low cost way to store your sewer hose, this DIY RV sewer hose storage solution is my favorite. With this solution you don’t have to worry about losing one of those rubber bumper caps, or reaching up in that nasty bumper or storage tube to get your hose out anymore. The sewer hose … Read More

How To Sanitize RV Water Lines

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Before owning my first camper I had never considered that you need to sanitize the water lines. For those of you just starting out, here is the process I use and some tips I have learned. Share this Post

First Time RV Camping Tips

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For anyone new to RV’ing or if you purchased a new camper. The first thing is would suggest is to take a shake down trip. A Shake down trip is a short trip close to home. Your shake down trip could be as close as camping for a night in your own driveway. This will allow you to find any … Read More

Towing Tips for New RV Owners

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This list highlights many towing tips for new RV owners, always remember that when towing safety should be your highest priority. Make sure your tow vehicle and hitch are rated for the weight of the trailer. The trailer life magazine towing guide is a great resource to look up the limits of your vehicle. If your RV is over 5,000 … Read More