Coffee Cabinet

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April 23, 2015

  Our Roadtrek motorhome came with a built-in coffeemaker that took up too much space. Add that to the fact that we prefer French-press coffee, and you can see that the drip coffeemaker had to go. The original built-in coffeemaker slid out of its housing easily enough; we then built a small cupboard... Read more »

GPS Grabber

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April 23, 2015

  I love the convenience a GPS offers for routing my trips. However, my GPS unit’s suction cup will not stick to my motorhome’s textured dashboard, and mounting it on the windshield puts it out of reach, so I built a mount to hold it upright. My co-pilot can remove the unit (which is stuck to... Read more »

Parking Pipes

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April 23, 2015

  Although I lost my wife, co-pilot and navigator a few years ago, I still travel in my motorhome and continue to enjoy the lifestyle. Since I no longer have someone to guide my 36-foot coach into RV sites in a position that allows room for the slideouts, I came up with a great solution that cost... Read more »

Able Cable

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by Chris Hemer
April 23, 2015

  Fifty-amp service is common on today’s motorhomes, and the heavy cable can be hard to handle. Conntek’s new 50-amp RV cord is designed to be easier to grab, lock and remove at both ends. The connector’s 45-degree angle not only allows the inlet hatch to close more completely, it also offers... Read more »

The Force is With You

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by Chris Hemer
April 23, 2015

  A brake system for your towed vehicle should be considered a necessity, but not all of them are created equal. According to the dinghy brake experts at SMI, the new Delta Force is the first and only dual-signal, proportional portable braking system on the market. Featuring a patent-pending ball-and-socket... Read more »

Itasca Sunova 35G

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By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Great livability both on and off the road makes this triple-slide coach a good choice for entertaining family and friends   At some point when shopping for a Class A motorhome, the inevitable question will be raised: Gas or diesel? From a financial standpoint, it used to be a pretty cut-and-dried... Read more »

Aspen: A Rocky Mountain Playground

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By Mary Zalmanek
April 22, 2015

  More than just a top ski spot, this Colorado town is a year-round destination for lovers of the great outdoors   Originally settled as a mining town in the 1870s, Aspen, Colorado, is best known today as a ski resort. It’s a playground for the rich and famous who arrive in private jets... Read more »

All Washed Up

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By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Cleaning Every Part of Your Motorhome this Spring is Easy with These Specialty Products   Everyone knows how to wash a car. It’s paint, plastic and glass for the most part, and caring for it can be as simple as running it through the carwash. Motorhomes, on the other hand, are a different... Read more »

Silent Power

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By Bill and Jenn Gehr
April 21, 2015

  The latest crop of efficient inverters makes living off the grid practical without giving up favorite accessories and appliances   There is no denying that motorhome owners love their creature comforts. However, without the convenience of shorepower, an alternate source of energy is needed... Read more »

Tapping Routes to Nature’s Flower Box

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By Rhonda Ostertag
April 21, 2015

  A Tour of Wildflower Hot Spots Across the Country   When nature’s wand sweeps over the barren-sleep of winter, the transformation is celebratory and a signal to travel. Given the diversity of this great land, the wildflower theater is varied and the timing accommodating — even for procrastinators.... Read more »

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