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Top Gift Ideas for the RVing Peeps In Your Life

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Well, after a year like 2020, we are all looking forward to moving on. A lot of folks decided to do just that over this past summer... Move. They hit the road like never before. It was a safer alternative to hotels and high occupancy public spaces.  And some of these folks found that RVing was not only fun, but something they wanted to invest their time and effort into.  If you know someone, or are one of these folks, here are a couple of great gift ideas for all price levels that are practical AND fun.  Have a safe and happy holiday season! Hun, Cabana Boy and Spawn Rock'N'Roll Trailer Adventures Easy On The Wallet Ideas From  tension rods  and  command hooks , to  bins , buckets and boxes and  racks , oh my! Throw in a couple  lazy susans  and  stacking dry good storage  (my favorite, so I have multiple sizes!) and start calling yourself a damn RV organizing expert! All the little things really start to add up. Since organizing is personalized, a REALLY great idea would be a

Top 10 RV Personalization Ideas

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Welcome to the Top 10 of how we have personalized our travel trailer. When you get a new, or new to you, rig, the first thing is nesting! You want to make it your home on wheels. I LOVE organizing! I know that's weird, but it makes me feel almost as good as tiki music and a couple cocktails. Here are the Top 10 things we did to personalize our happy mobile home! 1.   We REMOVED the Massive Decals from the Front and Sides of the Trailer It was very important to me to tone down the free marketing on this trailer. Decommodification. Since it was new, the decals hadn't yet molded to the trailer, so the removal was fairly easy. We did keep a few that weren't so in your face "THIS IS A WOLFPUP!" The ones that were difficult, we used Goo Gone to clean it up. Worked like a charm.   2. I Organized the Space Quick AF!   From tension rods and command hooks , to bins , buckets and boxes and racks , oh my! Throw in a couple lazy susans and stacking dry good storage and st

Trailer Maintenance Top 10 Musts

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Owning a travel trailer means maintaining it to keep it in top condition. The smallest thing can turn into the biggest nightmare in the blink of an eye. My biggest fear is LEAKING. If I leak, it's not good. If Spawn leaks, it's definitely an issue. If the trailer leaks, its going to cost a lot of money.  So, here is my maintenance plan. Ok, so there are more than TEN musts, but I wanted you to click on the blog link and TOP 10 is a magic topic. Thanks for clicking. Before Each Trip Check tire pressure : Our tires are optimal at 65 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch - I looked it up because fake news is a bad thing). We have those fun little pressure notice stem valve caps. But they are UN-RE-LIABLE. So, I got us a good pressure gauge and check each time we head out. Check propane levels : There are a few ways. Here's an informative video (I get a giggle whenever this guy says propane). I pour hot water on the outside of the tank. Cab

Our TOP 10 Trailer Upgrades

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So you have a new, or new to you, trailer and now you want to customize and upgrade a few things. Here are some ideas based on what we have done, along with what our learning curve was. Also, some might not be considered technical upgrades, but they definitely make life easier on the road.  Let’s play a game… How many face palm moments do we have below? Most face palms led to a much better idea for what we were trying to achieve, so here we go. Also, if you like what we had to say, click on the below links to help us pay for gas. If you are looking for more technical details to anything below, keep an eye on new posts, or leave a comment below. Even better, hit up our email group on the Contact Page .   1.        Dual Propane Tanks               Cabana Boy took on this challenge. We installed a conversion kit and dual propane valve and proceeded to strip the main nut that held on the tank brace. Face palm. The cover that we purcha

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