We've all come across things we already own that could be 1 to 2 versions older than the new models. For the most part, I ignore the urge to update to newer models. Yet...in this particular circumstance.... upgrading my TPMS was WELL worth the change. Our 3 year old Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) from TST was working well. I had recommended the system to several people and those who purchased the TPMS were very pleased with it. Enter the new TST 507....with a col
One would expect to have strong WiFi signal and speed when camping at an RV resort. They are certainly fancy when compared to our boon docking locations! However, we've been disappointed time and time again with lack of WiFi signal in resorts that claim to have strong WiFi. Enter WiFi Ranger!! With their 4 solutions, there is the perfect match for you! Prices range from the Entry Level Micro LTE Pack at $299.00 to their High End EliteAC Pack FM at $749.99. I installed t
It's the season of giving....and everyone is on the hunt for the perfect gift. Gifts for the RV can sometimes be tricky. To help out, we selected 15 items from our RV in hopes that you also find them useful in your RV life. This list includes suggestions from"stocking suffers" to "OMG...Best Gift Ever!!"....and several in-between items. Most are practical, some are fun yet some can really help out in difficult situations. Enjoy the video below! And, Happy Holidays! Link
It will happen... most likely, when you least expect it! The water pump in your RV will....just....stop.....working. (Nooooooooo!!!) Or perhaps, after a long winter with freezing temperatures, there was a bit of residual water in the pump.....which led to cracking within the internal parts the pump. (Boooooo!) For whatever reason, your water pump needs to be replaced. It may seem like a daunting task...but it's really quite easy! We have been researching water pumps.
Melinda asked me during our last trip, "Why do we always have to flip on 3 light switches in the bathroom? Why can't it be just one switch"? After thinking about her questions for just a split second....I said, "You're right. Great Idea!" Here is the new master switch installed above the three existing switches. I guess they put in 3 switches in case you are REALLY trying to save power when dry camping, but I fixed that!! Here is my solution....very easy.
1 - Disconnect a
The wallpaper in the Bighorn is nice, but we wanted to make the area over the stove stand out more or as Melinda would say, "jazz it up a bit". We found “Peel and Stick” Vinyl Tiles at Lowes (but later found it cheaper at Amazon) that looked like it would be the perfect solution. We bought three packages....which turned out to be the perfect amount. Melinda took lead on this project…and I’m glad she did. She figured out the best way to arrange the tiles and the end resul