Let me start out by saying that Tempo and I practice safe RV’ing so ample protection is a “must have”. Upon buying our first RV we did a lot of research regarding necessary equipment for the newbie RV’er, reading blogs, forums and the like. One of the safety items that continued to come up is the surge protector. I find this confusing. All RVs could include surge protectors as a built-in item to mitigate the risk of high or low voltage to the rig’s systems and appliances. Unfortunately this is not the case. Continue reading
Battery maintenance, while necessary, is a cumbersome and dirty task. Add too much water you have a problem. Add too little or check infrequently, you have a problem.
The Beast is no more; goodbye Beast!
“If you can smile when something goes wrong, that means you have someone in mind to blame” ~ Unknown
“If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.” ~ Winston Churchill
Many of you travel with children and pets, each with separate and distinct requirements. Tempo and I are empty nesters, however, we do travel with AussieOne, our rescue fur baby who has brightened up our lives and is an excellent travel companion. We also travel with two cats, code named Big Red and Griz. More on them in a separate blog post at a later date. Continue reading