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
My brother and I started surfing this summer and we decided to document our experience for Trailnetizen. This is the first in a series of articles for novice surfers, sharing the lessons we’ve learned in our journey from total noobs to, well, beginners. ;> We took a few lessons with Sandbar Surf School in Pismo Beach so we could learn how to surf properly from … Continue reading First Time Surfing? Here’s What We Learned
We call this our preflight checklist because our family uses this checklist to get our Lance travel trailer ready to leave our house or to leave a camping spot. We’ve developed this checklist over a couple years of traveling based on what we decided was the most efficient way to get ready to leave. The checklist helps us to make sure we don’t overlook any … Continue reading Preflight Checklist
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
Which water filters are best at actually filtering the water? Does the $50 filter deliver better quality than the $12 filter? Our goal was to evaluate the performance of five of the most common low-cost water filters we see used on recreational vehicles. Continue reading What are the Best Low-Cost Inline RV Water Filters?
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)