Good Sam Culinary Experience

Good Sam Culinary Experience

May 11, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Chef Bob Blumer Serves Up Fun Salmon Treats Culinary adventurer, chef, cookbook author and seven time Guinness World Record holder Bob Blumer returns to the Camping World/Good Sam Rally this year to transform ordinary ingredients into wow-inspiring dishes. Look for Blumer June 13, 14 and 15 in our demo kitchen at Syracuse’s Empire Expo Center. [...]

Water – Drink Up!

Water – Drink Up!

May 11, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Bottled water enjoys growing popularity for convenient, portable and healthy hydration. Water. It makes up about 60% of the average human body. Because you lose some of that water going about your daily activities, especially in warmer weather, you need to replenish your body’s water supply daily. But do you ever stop to think about the [...]

Get Covered: Protection that goes beyond the manufacturer’s warranty

Get Covered: Protection that goes beyond the manufacturer’s warranty

April 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Before hitting the road for RV adventures, make sure your vehicle is protected. Sure, your RV may have a manufacturer’s warranty, but is it as comprehensive as you’d like? Does it protect all the components for the same length of time? Knowing that your RV is covered will take your mind off worrying about potential [...]

RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

April 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

by Gary Benzer, RV Doctor As memories of a cold, long winter begin to wane, many of us get antsy for that first RV excursion of the season. Holed up all winter, we’ve been making travel plans, waiting for the trees to blossom, the birds to chirp and the campgrounds to open. The majority of [...]

Notes From the Shop – Spring Cleaning Your RV

Notes From the Shop – Spring Cleaning Your RV

April 5, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

by Becky Smith It won’t be long before you’re emerging from your winter hibernation into the sunlight and warmth of spring. As you dust off your golf clubs and remove the cover from your grill, remember your stored RV needs warm weather cleanup and preparations too. From the Inside Out Step inside your motorhome or [...]

RV Container Gardening

RV Container Gardening

April 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The sun slants in through the window blinds as you sit down for breakfast in your RV. It picks out the glistening scarlet tomatoes, deep green herbs, and bright yellow peppers that fill the omelet on your plate. Behind you fresh strawberries spill out of a container that dangles from the ceiling, filling the space [...]

Grasping Solar Power

Grasping Solar Power

February 17, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

If you enjoy boondocking, tailgating or visiting areas where pedestal power is not available or generator use is prohibited, then clean, quiet solar power may be the energy source you’ve been seeking. A solar power system lets you enjoy the benefits of clean, quiet, portable power that will last over 20 years with only minimum [...]

Ask the RV Doctor – Just Add Hot Water

Ask the RV Doctor – Just Add Hot Water

February 12, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

by Gary Bunzer Q: I purchased a truck camper recently which does not have a hot water system which I am planning on installing. Could you provide me with a basic RV water system schematic? I have a good idea of the basic layout of water lines and components but I’m not sure where the [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

January 28, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q. Dear Gary, I own a 2004 Flagstaff fifth-wheel which, as far I know, has always been outside with no protective covering. The decals on all sides have started to curl up during the last couple of years. Is there any way to restore (re-glue) or replace the decals? I have had some people tell me [...]

Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

January 14, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q. Dear RV Doc, I have a Jayco trailer that has a dual electric/propane water heater. The propane heats the water faster, but the electric is at no cost to us when using the power that our State Park provides. We don’t need hot water right away, so we have been using the electric mode [...]

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