Nothing is more frustrating than sitting comfortably in your RV and all of a sudden the lights go off, the TV goes off … nothing works. You check your breaker… nothing works. Now you contact the RV Park where you are staying. Did their electricity go off or is it just you?
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Everyone knows that summer is camping season. Unfortunately, summer is also the hot season, and sometimes hot weather and camping don’t mix well.
Luckily, if you have an RV, you can combat the heat with your air conditioner. However, an RV’s A/C doesn’t always want to keep up with the extreme heat.
So when we set off on one of our RV trips a while back with weather forecasters talking about a wind advisory and breezy conditions coming in hard with a cold front, I barely paid attention.
The RV was packed, we had places to go and so …. we did, heading straight down I-75 from our Michigan home.
I could tell it was windy as soon as I pulled out of my subdivision. But as we negotiated the heavy traffic through Detroit, the “concrete canyons” nulled the effect and it wasn’t until, just north of the Ohio border near Monroe, MI, that it became apparent that the weather guys had this one right.
The idea to start renovating RVs stemmed from the desire to have a fixer-upper home. However, the logistics of traveling to and from a construction site were less than appealing.
Portability and modularity seem to be getting more popular all the time. While most RVs and trailers have integrated power…