Sometimes the simplest treats can be the best ones to eat. Using this recipe you can turn a everyday breakfast into camp-out tradition. These is a simple recipe that we know the whole family will love.
Prep/Cook Time: 30 minutes
Prep Method: Electric Skillet or Grill
- Salt and pepper
Slice potatoes; season with salt and pepper to your taste. Add onions, peppers, etc. Cook to desired consistency. Five minutes before done, add raw whipped eggs and cook until done. Top with cheese of choice; serve with dash of steak sauce and squirt of favorite mustard. Serve with biscuits, cornbread or bread of choice. For a kick, serve on top of a ham slice.
This is a great recipe when your short on time, limited on supplies or just want something yummy.
How many times have you almost picked up a nail and hammer to hang something on the wall in your RV? I have wanted to so many times, but it just isn’t the same as that sheet rock wall at home. Then I have heard all the horror stories about placing tape (even the blue painters tape) on the walls and then finding that it tore the finish off the wall. No worries anymore. I found the perfect solution for RV photo frames. I can now frame my favorite family picture or travel memory and change them out whenever I want to with no damage or unsightly hole in the wall. The RV Photo Frame is so easy to use. These peel-and-stick frames work on smooth surfaces: wood, glass/mirrors, stainless steel, most RV wallpapers, etc. Removable and reusable, they will not damage surfaces.
Oh no, we left our RV at the campground for the week and returned to find our refrigerator had stopped working and I filled a trash can with rotten food. This could happen to any of us. We had our LP tanks filled before taking the fifth wheel down to the bay where we were planning to leave it for a month. We had it all set up and the refrigerator was running fine on electric when we left. The problem apparently started with a power failure at the RV Park when we lost 110 power. That seems like a minor issue since the refrigerator is supposed to switch over to LP. Little did we know that we had to pressurize the LP to get any air out of the lines or it will try three times to start and then give up. Simply starting the burner on our range would have saved us at least $100 on food and the time it took to clean it all out. It would have been a real mess if we had been gone longer than a few days. So, take time after you fill your tanks to simply turn on your stove and, this simple little step, may save you a big mess.
RV campgrounds are a great place to have fun, park your home, relax, or go on an adventure. If you are new to these places, you may be confused, or miss out on all they have to offer.We can’t guarantee that every campground will be the same, but here are some things you should look for when choosing where to call it a night.There are two main styles of campgrounds, private and public.Public campgrounds are usually at state parks, national parks and forests, BLM areas, and Army Corps of Engineers. The reputation and offerings are pretty consistent with these types of campsites.
Something to keep an eye out for, at either type of campsite, is what kind of services do they offer. Do they have electric and 50amp hookups? Do they offer clean water and sewer removal? These are probably the two most significant questions to find the answers to. Onsite pools, wireless internet and cable TV are now offered at a number of the more upscale campgrounds.Don’t forget about Fido! Even though these days it’s rare to find, but some campsites still don’t allow pets of any kind!
When you arrive to your campsite, your most important tool will be using your gut to decide on if you should stay or pack up. Look around. Determine if the owners take care of the grounds, if they are clean and waste-free, and don’t be scared to ask some of the present tenants about their experience.If you are still not sure about your selection, several organizations are dedicated to rating campgrounds, such as AAA, Trailer Life, Woodall’s and Wheelers. Check their ratings online to see what they think about the campground you are considering. According to www.about.com, AAA “maintains a continuous program to examine and evaluate every campground listed in its AAA CampBooks. Unfortunately, only Private camps are typically rated, but as we mentioned earlier, public camps are reliably consistent.
Still lost? We can help you decide where to stay!
A good way to pass the time away while camping or RVing is playing board games. Seriously, what a better way to pass some time then a great game of Monopoly? That’s right, I said Monopoly. It’s not just for the kids or old people. And if you don’t have it in your game cabinet, then I highly suggest getting it. Check
them out in the stores there are various versions for everyone Here’s a list of my top favorite games to keep in my rig.
- a deck of cards and poker chips
- Phase 10
What are your favorite games to play?
We want to share with you an awesome resource so that you can find rates and reviews on campgrounds anywhere in the United States,Canada and Mexico. Were you planning an RV trip and were concerned about camp sites, ease your worry by checking out http://rvparkreviews.com. There are close to 100,000 reviews to read, so I bet you’ll discover the park you are looking for.
Now that RVing is becoming so popular, this will be a very great resource for planning your next RV Adventure.
If you found some valuable information from the website, you ought to pay it forward and submit a review of your own!
Has anyone used this to research their RV camping facilities?
Probably one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make is buying a RV. Even though the initial cost, gas, and just regular upkeep can add up, it doesn’t mean that your RV can’t bring in a profit. The fact of the matter is that owning a RV gives you the opportunity to start your own stay at home business, and allows you the ability to go to where the money is!
There are many things that you may do already on your RV adventures that you can turn into income. Hobbies and crafts that you do to relax could be turned into things you can sell. If you are a full timer who believes that a rolling stone gathers no moss, then you can go around the country seeing the sights and working at trade shows.
If you prefer to be outside and have a place you like to hunt and fish, then you can became a guide and outfitter. People who are unfamiliar with an area, but love to hunt and fish are always trying to find ways to enhance their trip, so why could it not be you. Also, if you are a fisher who makes your own lures and flies, you can sell them.
All of these things can be done to supplement your income, and the best thing is that they are probably things that you already enjoy doing for free. This extra income will allow you to do more of what you want to do, and that will keep you a happy RVer.
Please don’t hesitate to stop by and visit us if you are look for accessories or ways to make your RV fit your new business.
Many believe that there are two classifactions of RVers…those that have had their awnings blown off and those that will!” Pretty funny quote, but unfortunately somewhat true. It’s not a great feeling when you’re traveling down the highway, only to then have your awning catch some wind and then fly off. Some have even had the awing flip over to the other side and break windows. Don’t let this happen to you. You may be an expert RVer, or just beginning, but my advice is purchase an awning lock now if you haven’t already.
This will be a money/time saving investment,it will save you the headache of having to repair or replace your awning. There are several places to find them online, simply google it and it will come up.
In addition to saving you an awing, it could also save a life. There have been reports of bad accidents caused by awning coming loose and injuring and killing other drivers on the road. So make sure you awning is secure and stay safe. Check your local RV dealer to see if they carry them as well. Safe travel RV friends!
The time is right now to live out your dream and become a full time RVer. The challenge starts with putting your information together to begin this journey. Figuring out what to do with the mail is a common problem that new RVers face.. You may think obtaining a mail box at any local post office is the perfect solution, but that will not always be the case.While the post office in your home base may be great for some things, some problems may exist.
For instance, if you have something shipped to you by Fed Ex, UPS, or DPS, you may encounter problems since the post office will only hold items shipped via USPS. The most coventient thing to do woud be to go to Postal Depot orMyRVMail a commercial mail service center and rent a mailbox. The centers are fully staffed to take care all of your mail, as well as the ability to forward it to any place you maybe.If you plan ahead, you can get your forwarded mail to be shipped to the post office of the town you will be in. It will generally take three or four days, so if you want to get your mail as soon as you arrive in a city, make sure you plan accordingly.
If it doesn’t matter to you, and you know you will be in one spot for awhile then any local post office will be able to help you in getting your mail.If you would like to know more about forwarding your mail with a mail center here’s a link you can check out. Make sure to plan ahead, simply because you are living life on the open road it doesn’t mean that you won’t have bills or checks that need to be received. What do you do for your mail while full timing? Make sure to leave me a comment and let me know, or let me know if you have any questions.