Wednesday, 31 August 2011 05:10 by admin
There's a reason why many families choose to travel up the east and west coast of the United States. Both coasts offer breathtaking scenery and beautiful weather. Whether you're planning a trip for the summer or fall, a coastal RV trip is something every RVer should do! The east and west coast each offer unique experiences. Before choosing which coast to explore find out what each coast has to offer.
The west coast gives RV travelers an up close tour of the array of beaches and parks up and down the coast. Coastal cities such as Los Angeles, San Fransisco and San Diego have many tourist attractions and other forms of entertainment for the whole family! When traveling through Napa Valley in California you will see vineyards and wineries that welcome RV travelers with open arms. Traveling up the west coast lets your family see big cities, rural areas, mountains and an amazing coastal view of the Pacific Ocean.
The east coast offers fun and entertainment as well! Big cities like New York and Washington DC are tourist hot spots. New York provides constant, fast paced entertainment that your family will love. In Washington DC your family can explore the history of the United States and see the White house! In between the historic cities along the east coast you will see lakes, streams, beaches and a variety of unique trees and foliage. Explore the east coast to make the best out of your coastal RV trip.
Thursday, 2 June 2011 02:21 by admin
When you set out to travel across country in your RV you sometimes dread the long grueling trip and how it can affect your body. Driving an RV for a long period of time can be a demanding task and not everyone can do it. The longer the travel the more your back begins to ache and hurt. Instead of stopping at every rest area to get out and stretch those muscles, look into buying heat and massage seats.
Heat and massage seats offer great relaxation especially on long journeys across the country. After hours on the road this chair will kick in and give you some pampering when the back begins to ache. These RV chairs have built in massaging coils that go up and down the back, just as if you were getting a massage from a professional masseuse. You can also kick in the heat coils to add that extra kick to loosen up those back muscles. So if you have back problems or just simply enjoy a nice massage these chairs will surely get the job done, making your trip more relaxing.
Friday, 20 May 2011 04:05 by admin
Let's face it, we've never heard of any cat-owning RVer being asked to leave a campground because the cat was too loud or dangerous. RVing with your cat can be a great experience as long as you keep your cat's needs and safety in mind. Make sure your cat has areas to sit and be cozy around your RV without getting in your way. Getting your cat a perch near one of the windows is a great spot for them to lay and watch the road outside.
Another factor that could add to your cat's comfort is the temperature of your RV; Cats enjoy cool temperatures so make sure to monitor your AC and do not leave your cat insde the RV for long periods of time without air conditioning. Lastly, make sure your cat has a collar with your phone number and their name on it. Pack photographs of your cat in case they escape from your RV and need to be identified. Also prepare copies of the cat's medical records inside your RV, including shot records and such. These tips can help make your cat's RVing experience something they love and enjoy!
Thursday, 5 May 2011 00:52 by admin
During these rough times people are beginning to ward off criminals on their own by carrying their own firearms. Carrying a firearm while traveling is becoming a more popular trend across the country however, every state has implemented their own laws against firearms. Where in one state it may be legal to carry a firearm on you at all times, it may be illegal in the next state over.
When traveling across country with firearms make sure you research every state you will be in, even if you are just traveling through. Some states treat firearms with harsher penalties than others and fines that sometimes reach into the thousands of dollars or even jail time. So whether you have a firearm to protect you and your family or plan to go across country to try different hunting grounds make sure you do your research first before you’re caught in a state with zero tolerance.
Wednesday, 2 June 2010 10:29 by admin
If you are a parent, you know how agonizing it is to take a family trip without the convenience of owning a television in your RV. As we grow more and more dependent on it for news and entertainment, it is almost impossible to go for a long time without one. Whether it is putting a movie on for the kids or so the husband can watch his sporting event, televisions come in handy on long trips.
To meet the demand, televisions were first put in to RVs as a sort of bonus feature. They had a very small screen and a bulky body to compensate. Now, as technology had evolved, TVs in RVs are more of a staple than an accessory. The screen has gone from small to large and the body now lays flat against a wall or stand. Who knows the next big RV TV technological advance may be a projection screen that pulls out like an awning and has outdoor sound equivalent to a theater system.