Proper usage of electrical connections can save you from a major meltdown. When you go to plug-in or remove the Power Plug on the end of your cord from the RV from the hookup post it is always a good idea to shut the breaker on the post off first.… Continued
Terri and I are just sitting in our RV watching TV when we hear a lawn mower startup outside in the distance. We discuss how rude it is to be making such a racket so early on a Sunday morning. I am sure there are still many people just crawling out of bed after being out late last night around the campfire.… Continued
We just got our Jayco back from another trip to the dealership. The rear windows had finally come in. They were also kind enough to replace our damaged slide awning and make an adjustment to our bed slide mechanism for us.… Continued
One of the first situations we experienced with our new Jayco RV was a bent Electric Rear Stabilizer Jack manufactured by Lippert Components. This is a very popular jack installed on many RVs and I can’t understand why this jack ended up damaged the very first time we used it.… Continued
A bit of satire for all those RVers out there who see the humor in what we love.
by Tim R. Enright
1. Drive down the road with more than 2 slides out.
2. Use your sewer hose to fertilize your neighbor’s flowers.… Continued
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