A bit of satire for all those RVers out there who see the humor in what we love. by Tim R. Enright   Don’t… 1. Drive down the road with more than 2 slides out. 2. Use your sewer hose to fertilize your neighbor’s flowers. 3. Backup your RV into the … FILL IN THE BLANK. 4. Hang raw meat on the clothesline to scare away the bears. 5. Tie the dog to the rear bumper while you pack to go home and forget. 6. Put your awning out over …

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Your RV’s black tank can be a stinky subject. Maintenance of this tank is one of the most misunderstood areas of your RV. The black tank is simply used to store your toilet waste. This tank takes a bit more effort to maintain than your grey or fresh water tanks. If maintenance is done properly this tanks will provide you with years of trouble free performance. Solids in the black tank are what make maintenance of this tank the most difficult of all the tanks. The solids, which can accumulate …

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Maintaining your RV’s “Black Water Tank” is one of the most daunting tasks for either the new or the most experienced RV’er. The black tank or “potty” water tank can be both difficult to empty and hard to determine when it has been emptied. Let’s begin with tank usage. There are two styles of camping, full hookups and all others including: primitive, semi-modern, or even boon docking. With full hookups your campsite will provide you with a sewer connection. With the others you will need to take the RV to …

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