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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED FOR YOUR RV – BUT YOU DO.

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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED FOR YOUR RV  – BUT YOU DO.

The recent uptick in RV sales and rentals may have you asking yourself whether you’d like to join in on the fun. If you do, then welcome! As a “newbie,” you’ll soon start to discover the enjoyment, freedom, and camaraderie inherent in RVing. But before you can get there, there are many things you need to know. Understanding the various types of RVs is certainly at the top of the list. Here is an overview of your RV choices; it’s extremely basic and you’ll need to do more research, but it’s a good place to start.  Making the decision of...

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WORLD WATER DAY 2021: “VALUING WATER”

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WORLD WATER DAY 2021: “VALUING WATER”

Even in a worldwide pandemic, there are some things we take for granted; unfortunately, water is one of them. You can be sure that there are plenty of people who don’t have the same cavalier attitude towards clean water - that’s because they don’t have it. Consider these sobering facts from Drop in the Bucket, an organization who goal is to build wells and sanitation systems at schools throughout sub-Saharan Africa: There are 785 million people in the world without safe water; that’s 1 person out of every 10 who have it. A large segment of that number inhabits sub-Saharan...

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YOU LOVE CLEAN WATER ON YOUR RV TRIPS. YOUR PETS DO TOO.

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YOU LOVE CLEAN WATER ON YOUR RV TRIPS. YOUR PETS DO TOO.

During this pandemic – and perhaps because of it – experienced RVers are getting back into their vehicles, while a growing segment of newcomers are undertaking this wholesome activity for the first time. The ability to be in a safe environment, enjoy the outdoors, visit new places, all while social distancing has created a growing interest in this recreational activity. When we say that RVing is a great pursuit for the whole family, we really mean the whole family – including family members with four legs. The fact is, RVing with pets has become increasingly popular, as many pet owners...

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Staying Hydrated on a Warm-Weather Hike

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Staying Hydrated on a Warm-Weather Hike

Staying hydrated is one of the most important parts of any physical activity.  It’s essential to follow smart hydration practices. Our body uses water to help us regulate body temperature, aid in our digestion, deliver oxygen all over the body, protect and cushion joints, and flush out unwanted toxins from the body.  Water intake varies widely by individual, so you need to know your own hydration needs. Sometimes we might encounter problems while hiking and one of them is dehydration. Avoiding dehydration is crucial, especially when backpacking the back country and other dry areas without access to any water. Dehydration...

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EVEN WHEN BOONDOCKING, CLEAN WATER PLAYS VITAL ROLE IN RV TRAVEL

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EVEN WHEN BOONDOCKING, CLEAN WATER PLAYS VITAL ROLE IN RV TRAVEL

Whether you’re a frequent RVer or the most inexperienced novice, it’s likely you’ve heard the term “boondocking.” You may have even done it, out of desire or necessity. Whatever the reason, it’s a fact of RV travel and one that every RVer should understand. Boondocking is a term used to describe RVing without being connected to water, electric, or sewer. Because you’re not connected to any services it’s also called “dry camping.” Other terms you might see refer to boondocking are free camping and wild camping. Essentially, there are three different types of boondocking : The Overnight Stay: This form...

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