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3 Things I Wish I Knew Getting Started with a Wetsuit

Lately, we have been taking more trips to go surfing. We recently visited Monterey, California for a surf trip to report back to our readers on one of the top surf spots in California for beginners. Stay tuned for an upcoming article on all the best Central California surf spots for beginners. This was one of our first trips, and my brother and I rented … Continue reading 3 Things I Wish I Knew Getting Started with a Wetsuit

Renogy Solar Suitcase b01 Error with RV Solar on the Side Connection

Did you try to connect your Renogy solar suitcase to your RV using the Solar ready or solar on the side connector, and see a b01 error, or it just won’t charge? We had the same problem. Here are two ways to solve the problem in a few minutes. Plus, if you try this and you have a Lance-brand travel trailer, stay tuned at the end for … Continue reading Renogy Solar Suitcase b01 Error with RV Solar on the Side Connection

Storing, Drinking and Selecting Wine for a Travel Trailer

After a day hiking you come back to your trailer, open up a bottle of wine only to find out that it’s too warm, or worse, spoiled because it’s been sitting in a hot trailer. If you travel during the summer your travel trailer can quickly reach 90F+ if your air conditioning is off while you are out hiking or on the road with your … Continue reading Storing, Drinking and Selecting Wine for a Travel Trailer

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How To Play Minecraft Multi-Player While Camping Without Wi-Fi

While it’s always nice to hike, read and play when you’re camping, sometimes your kids need to spend a little time gaming as well. We have two sons who like to play the online game Minecraft. This In Minecraft, players explore an intentionally blocky, 3D world. Players discover and extract raw materials, create tools, build structures or modify the landscape and can fight computer-controlled foes, … Continue reading How To Play Minecraft Multi-Player While Camping Without Wi-Fi

Image from a hike we took on one of our camping trips to Colorado, in a post recommending specific tools you need in your travel trailer, like a toolkit, wheel chocks, a water filter, leveling blocks, a level and shoe mat.

6 Things You Need In Your New Travel Trailer (That aren’t in your welcome kit)

Most new RVs come with an RV starter kit that includes the most obvious supplies you’ll need for your first trip However, while these supplies will get you through your first trip, you’ll want to purchase a few more critical supplies by the time you’re on your second or third trip that will make your trip safer and more comfortable. Continue reading 6 Things You Need In Your New Travel Trailer (That aren’t in your welcome kit)