Most pet owners won’t leave home without their beloved animal and van owners are not different. A converted van may be limited in space, but that doesn’t bother Fido. As long as his boss is nearby, nobody is complaining. Yet there are some restrictions to having a pet on board. The 600 mile daily stretch,… Continue reading Ready To Travel? Bring Your Pet!
Before deciding to convert your own cargo van, you should find out if full-time living in an RV will fit your lifestyle and your budget. Or you may choose for extended RV camping, where you use leave home for a few months, like the Canadian snowbirds each winter. You can go from a small Class… Continue reading Fulltime RVing Is The Right Choice (If You Can!)
RV MODS From modmyi.com Wall-Mount TV Replacement For the RV
Simple solution to store wet shoes in your RV. Cover with a cheap plastic shower cap!
Bathroom Towel Shelf: Upside Down Wire Shelf.
Great Boondocking accessory. Turns water from a bucket into a steady, gentle stream – Powered by a Lithium rechargeable battery via USB cable.
NOW YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR VAN AND SPEND THE SUMMER VISITING YOUR FAVORITE LOCATIONS, BUT WINTER IS APPROACHING… WHAT TO DO? Everybody’s situation differs and much depends on how well you insulated your van and what kind of heating you installed. Most should follow the crowd and GO SOUTH! Four distinct areas are well-suited for… Continue reading Living in a Van: How to Survive Winter
Ingenious little propane furnace in a Class B.