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You have always needed a way to get the Kayaks to the campground, now you can haul them on your RV or Camper. Watch the Video and learn more here.
https://www.glrv.com/vertiyak-kayak-rack/#
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You can still get the camper out....and Enjoy Thanksgiving living the Good Life! #RV #Camping #goodliferv http://ow.ly/DWTo306nBCm
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You’ve heard it before. You’ve only been on the road for two hours and there are another two hundred miles to go before you reach the campground.
“Are we there yet?” When you’re traveling with children, this question is an indicator that the dreaded “travel boredom” is about to set in. It starts as a murmur, escalates into a whine and, left unchecked, blossoms into full crabbiness. If you have multiple children in your RV, they can start passing the time by annoying each other which in turn annoys you. “Did so!” “Did not!” The good news is there many creative cures for travel boredom! We’ve compiled our favorite family-friendly RV activities to pass the miles while you’re on the road, as well as some activities to keep young campers busy when you get to your destination. http://ow.ly/w3ul303Q7pX

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If you’ve ever been in an RV with slideouts, it’s hard to imagine being in one without them. http://ow.ly/7GRo303Q74P With the flick of a switch, the RV can double in size, turning your trailer or motorhome from a thin hallway to an expansive living room, with plenty of room for friends and family. Slideouts evolved from a niche concept in the early 1990s, and today, RVers can find them on nearly every model of travel trailer and motorhome.
But with every great innovation comes drawbacks. Like every moving part on your RV, your slideouts need maintenance, especially the seals that keep the elements out.
Here’s four quick things every RVer needs to know about slideout seal maintenance

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There’s no question that RVing and camping are fun for the whole crew, but you don’t have to be stuck eating hotdogs for a week while you’re gone. No, no, RVing doesn’t mean that you have to digress to a culinary caveman. Keep your family and friends coming back with these easy recipes we got a taste of at a friend’s campsite. It’s time to give those weiners and s’mores a break, huh? http://ow.ly/nKLo303Q6IO

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So you want to purchase an RV. Get the most from your money by catching up on the latest tax buzz surrounding RV purchases to make sure all your fun doesn’t go to Uncle Sam. Don’t get us wrong, we love America as much as the patriot standing next to us. We don’t have a problem paying our taxes where they’re due, and we love reaping the benefits of our nation as a result of these tax dollars. But why pay more when you don’t have to? These simple tips will help you keep your money in your pocket.http://ow.ly/lfj0302QAnk #RV #camping

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There’s an app for everything these days. Games, weight goals, baby names, home decorating, there’s no shortage of app resources on anyone’s device. Whether you’re looking for an RV or trying to find somewhere to hook up your rig, there’s an app for that. Most of these apps, unless noted below, are available for iPhone and Android users. http://ow.ly/FEGd302D8xE
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You probably went to a carnival as a kid, and enjoyed the funhouse. In a funhouse, nothing is as it seems – everything is slanted, mirrors distort what you can see and it’s constantly wobbling back and forth.
If you ever want to recreate this experience, all you have to do is spend time in an unlevel, unstabilized camper. It wobbles, drawers fall out of place and doors open by themselves. While they’re fun to visit, it’s not a great idea to live inside a fun house. http://ow.ly/tEb8302D8qx
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When you own an RV it’s like you’re being adopted into a new family. Only you get to choose which family you like and want to travel with. Each place you call home brings new aunts, uncles and cousins that help you build lasting memories. The best part? If you don’t like the new weirdo next door that keeps calling you “Son” in the campsite, you can pick up and move on to the next big adventure. http://ow.ly/tPQA302D8gZ
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Your RV is designed to keep the elements out. With tight seals on your windows and doors, your rig is well insulated which means it can hold air in. Strong insulation and seals are a great thing for your RV. After all, that’s what keeps you so comfortable in your home away from home. But, be aware that with this great feature comes something you’ll need to look out for: condensation. http://ow.ly/28xo302D87O
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