The RV Podcast

Our guest is Amy Burkert, of gopetfriendly.com, which is – hands down – the best resource I’ve found for RVers who travel with their pets. And according to our survey – 67% of all RVers do just that.

One of the reasons I like GoPetFriendly so much is because Amy and her Husband Rod are fulltime RVers themselves, traveling North America in a Class A and documenting thousands of places friendly t pets. Their site is an encyclopedia of travel advice for RVers looking for pet friendly places.

Amy and Rod have traveled over 80,000 miles over the past five years with their two dogs, Buster and Ty. And she has lots of great advice for our listeners about traveling with your four-legged friends.

There’s lots more this week, including: Great questions, a special invitation from Jennifer to join us in Nashville May 13-15 for a visit to the Grand Old Opry, RV news, tech tips and an off the beaten path report.

JENNIFER'S TIP OF THE WEEK – Meet us in Nashville

My tip of the week this week is really an invitation…. And a response to readers and listeners who say they want to meet us on the road.

Well, here’s your chance… though admittedly this is a bit spontaneous and short notice.

Mike and I will be heading down I65 in a couple weeks and we thought, wouldn't it be fun to stop and spend a night at the Grand Old Opry.

Then we got to wondering about finding a campground near there and then... would other Roadtrekers care to join us?

So… consider this your invitation!

We're looking at Saturday May 14 for the Opry. We’ve already reserved our seats for the 7PM show.

We’re staying at The Nashville KOA on Music Center Drive, which is near the Opry.

Mike and I will come in Friday afternoon, May 13th and leave Sunday the 15th.

If you’ll be joining us, there’s a post about this on our Facebook Group… let us know there.

You need to make your own reservations for the Opry and for the campground. But we’d love to meet you…. Or should I say “y’all!”

We’ll put a link to all this on the shownotes page for this episode at roadtreking-dot-com-forward slash-85

The tip of the week is brought to you by Good Sam, the world's most popular RV organization, now celebrating its 50th year.

 LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:

Ed asks the best way to sell his RV, wondering about Craigs List. He also asks about the best way to accept payment for it.

I am NOT a fan of CraigsList. There are way to many reports of fraud, robberies, even murders linked to the site.

I recommend RV Trader as a great place to buy or sell a used RV.

To sell a Roadtrek, I recommend listing it on Roadtrek International, a chapter of Family Motor Coach Association for Roadtrek owners. Roadtrek International lists a lot of Roadtreks for sale at http://www.roadtrekchapter.org/roadtreks-for-sale.

I recommend being paid by a cashier's check. A cashier’s check is a draft guaranteed by a bank, drawn from the bank’s own funds and signed by a cashier or teller. It’s used in place of cash, personal checks, credit cards or money orders.

Ben asks about finding backgrounds for mountain biking and off grid camping

National Geographic rated the 10 best Mountain Bike areas in the country and two were in Southwest Colorado:

As to where to stay… Black Canyon of the Gunnison and Mesa Verde National Parks are two places I can suggest. Great campgrounds, can ride right out of the campsite.

The two mountain bike areas in SW Colorado, I suggest: Crested Butte and Durango, Colorado

And a listener notes how a recent post on the blog about solar panels helped her understand how they work

Sponsoring this part of the podcast is Van City RV in St. Louis, and their Partner Dealerships Creston RV in Kalispell, Montana, and Wagon Trail RV in Las Vegas. Bringing You the largest Inventory of class B’s from three locations. 

RV NEWS OF THE WEEK: 

Woman caught petting wild bison at Yellowstone, faces big fine

KOA releases 2016 camping report showing more diverse newcomers

Class Action lawsuit filed against Dometic over RV Refrigerators

This portion of the podcast is brought to you by Alde  the only name in heat that you need to know for your RV

TRAVELING TECH TIP:

How to save smartphone’s battery

Updating software is probably the best way you can extend your smartphone’s battery life. Whenever you see a software update available, be sure to take it as battery life is always being improved.

Here are several other ways:

  • Location, location, location: Your smarthone’s constant use of GPS to keep up with your always-changing locations can really be a battery drain. Go to settings and Location Services to fix this. You can turn them all off or pick and choose. For example, Frequent Locations is a feature that tracks your regular destinations so it can send you targeted ads (like when you go to CVS and get an alert from CVS). Not only is that annoying, but it drains your battery.
  • Get a handle on apps refreshing: You probably have quite a few apps on your device and each one can be doing things in the background – unless you tell them not to. Go to Settings>General>Background App Refresh and you will have the option to turn off refreshing for all apps or for just a few you don’t use as often. Don’t worry, when you use any apps you’ve prevented from refreshing they will automatically refresh – because you told it to do so.
  • Disable some of your notifications: You don’t want to disable things like text and voicemail, but notifications from the likes of Twitter and Facebook can go. Go to Settings>Notification Center then scroll down to Include and Don Not Include. You’ll can pick and choose from categories (Phone, Messages) or individual apps.
  • Airplane mode is your friend in remote locations: When you are far off the grid and in limited cellphone use, turn your phone to airplane mode. When there is no signal, you phone will was constantly searching for a strong signal and thus, the battery always draining very quickly. Switching to Airplane mode will take care of that. When you get back to a coverage area, turn it off.

This part of the podcast is brought to you by Verizon, which operates America’s most reliable wireless network, with more than 112 million retail connections nationwide. 

OFF THE BEATEN PATH REPORT -  Patti Burkett reports on a Utah Ghost Town

 This part of the podcast is brought to you by AllStays - the Internets #1 RV and camping app since 2010 

INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK - Traveling with Pets

Our guest is Amy Burkert, of gopetfriendly.com, which is – hands down – the best resource I’ve found for RVers who travel with their pets. And according to our survey – 67% of all RVers do just that.

One of the reasons I like GoPetFriendly so much is because Amy and her Husband Rod are fulltime RVers themselves, traveling North America in a Class A and documenting thousands of places friendly t pets. Their site is an encyclopedia of travel advice for RVers looking for pet friendly places.

Amy and Rod have traveled over 80,000 miles over the past five years with their two dogs, Buster and Ty. And she has lots of great advice for our listeners about traveling with your four-legged friends.

  

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Now you can turn your motorhome into a houseboat.

I first heard about this very cool (and expensive!) invention at the Perry, GA gathering of the Family Motorcoach Association when I met the man who dreamed up and built something called the RollerBoat, a floating contraption that can certainly take your motorhome places its never been before.

Plus this week, we have lots of great questions, comments and tips from readers this week! Also a song you’ll want to hear that captures all the fun of the RV lifestyle sent in by one of our readers

First, Jennifer shares listener feedback on last week’s tip about the KAYWOS Cloth… the “Klean Anything Without Leafing a Streak” cloths we featured in Episode 83. Sue, it seems, found yet another interesting use for these cloths. Here’s her message:

Hi Mike and Jennifer - Last summer, after hearing your review on Kaywos cloths, I purchased one. These cloths are amazing!! This is the first time I've been able to have streak free windows. But... not only that... we have a Jack Russell Terrier (her name is Lizzy Lizard Licker) who loves to hunt for small rodents. Yesterday, that hunt included a long period of time under the car. When she came out, her normally white coat had a distinct greasy gray smear all along her back. Rather than give her a bath (she'll just go under the car again tomorrow), I thought I would give the Kaywos cloth a go and see what it would do. Amazing!!! It got most of that grime off her coat and saved me from having to bath her. Thanks so much for the great tip about Kaywos Cloth. Best regards and hope to see you on the road somewhere, Susan Garriques

JENNIFER’S TIP OF THE WEEK – FOLDING LAUNDRY HAMPER

 Dirty laundry. Sometimes, it seems like it follows me everywhere. Especially on RV trips.

What to do with it?

For a couple of years, we stuffed it in plastic bags. And that, we learned the hard way is not such a good idea. The clothes get really stinky in them and even after washing, that smell can be hard to get rid of.

The solution for us is a collapsible clothes hamper. Actually, we bought a set of two of them. That’s how they come, a pack of two for $18.99 from Amazon.

We got the StorageManiac Foldable Pop-Up Mesh Hamper.

Usually, we only need one. But on long trips, the second one comes in handy.

They are made from 100 percent polyester mesh and fold down flat for easy storage. They have a sturdy steel frame that pops up to allow for lots of dirty clothes. They have easy carry handles, which makes it convenient when you take your dirty clothes to a laundrymat.

Each of these collapsible hampers holds more clothes than you carry. When popped up or open, they measure a bit over 14-inches by 17-inches. And because they are mesh, the dirty clothes don’t have an odor problem. We store the hamper in the bathroom, on a hook mounted o the side wall.

Each hamper also has side pockets, which gives ample storage space for laundry accessories, delicates, socks, and so on.

 

The tip of the week is brought to you by Good Sam, the world's most popular RV organization, now celebrating its 50th year.

 LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:

  • JJ, a solo female traveler, wonders how Jennifer and I travel in our Class B motorhome when she barely has enough room in her 30-foot model. We share our experience
  • Harry wonders how our solar panels can possibly work when we’re parked in the shade. They do, but at a less efficient rate will operate down to approximately 20% of a sun which is a gray sky, cloudy day. Below 20%, the voltage drops off significantly and the solar module will not be able to maintain a charge into a battery or device. Keep in mind that at 20% of sunlight the power generated by the solar module will be approximately 20% of the solar modules rating.
  • Jim asks us for the name of the combination cooking appliance we take with us and use for most of our meal prep. We use the Cuisinart Griddlerfor grilling and most of the cooking we do, instead of a charcoal or propane grill.
  • Becky asks is a sliding screen door is available for her Roadtrek. We recommend a mesh door that fastens shut with magnets because most if not all sliding screen doors made of aluminum that we’ve seen on other models are plagued by problems.
  • And a listener named Mike tells us of a cost saving solution to keep tabs on the temperature inside his motorhome when he leaves his two Golden Retrievers alone for brief periods of time. The app he uses is called Presence.

RV NEWS OF THE WEEK:

You can turn your Motorhome into a Houseboat with the RollerBoatI first heard about this very cool (and expensive!) invention at the Perry, GA gathering of the Family Motorcoach Association when I met the man who dreamed up and built the RollerBoat something that can certainly take your motorhome places its never been before. The RollerBoat is a new amphibious RV concept and while you may not be able to afford to buy one yourself, you probably will someday soon be able to rent one for a week or so. I interview David Lee, the president and inventor, who explains how you can cruise around a lake or river in your Motorhome on a small barge that can handle and float they heaviest of RVs.

Other RV News this week:

This portion of the podcast is brought to you by Alde  the only name in heat that you need to know for your RV

TRAVELING TECH TIP:

 Sometimes, it’s nice to know where everybody is. Especialy on RV trips and especialy when traveling with other RVers.

That’s where all these tracking apps come in so handy.

I have three to share with you this week… all are aimed at parents and keeping track of their children to see that they are where they should be. But they can just as easily be applied to RV travel, letting friends and family have a way of seeing where you are…or where pthers are in your caravan. 

Footprints is an app that allows you to see where someone is at any given time. The app runs in the background and uses a device’s global positioning satellite (GPS) for instant location info. You can also set up so-called geofences, such as a major highway or a certain area, and get an alert if the other party leaves where he or she is supposed to be. The app is free for iOS with premium services available for purchase.

 Family Tracker allows users to set up a tracking system for multiple users and is particularly well suited for RVers. As long as the other people have their phones and have agreed to set up a Family Tracker system, users can see where everyone is at any time by taking advantage of GPS information provided by a phone. Users can even send messages to each other through Family Tracker. The app is $3.99 for iOS and $4.99 for Android with in-app purchases available to expand capabilities.

The Lassy Project app aims to build a community network of family, friends and neighbors who look out for each other. Participants opt-in and create a profile. If someone can’t be located or is missing, a message to relevant recipients is sent – showing picture along with a real-time map that includes coordinates of a last know locations.

This part of the podcast is brought to you by Verizon, which operates America’s most reliable wireless network, with more than 112 million retail connections nationwide. 

OFF THE BEATEN PATH REPORT -  The Historic Trails West

 If you’d like to retrace those trails, contact the National Parks Service and ask for their historic trail guides. They have excellent auto touring route maps and booklets that will take you along the same routes the pioneers traveled.

Here’s one for the Oregon Trail - https://www.nps.gov/oreg/index.htm

Here’s one for the Lewis and Clark Trail - https://www.nps.gov/lecl/index.htm

 Here’s my blog post on our adventure, with photos - http://roadtreking.com/historic-routes-west/

This part of the podcast is brought to you by AllStays - the Internets #1 RV and camping app since 2010

INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK - “Wake Me Up to Drive”

This is a great song sent in my Podcast Listener Kevin Brown, whose bluegrass band, “Swift Creek” has a new CD out called “Magnolia” with this song the leadoff track for the whole collection.

“Magnolia” is available on all the usual online music outlets, and folks who want to learn more about the album and the band can go to www.swiftcreekmusic.com, or follow Swift Creek Band on Facebook.

  

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This week, we talk about a topic near and dear to every RVers heart – food.

We hear from a woman who has started a company that aims to meet the special needs of campers and RVers who want quick, tasty and nutritious meals – the preparation of which doesn’t take time away from enjoying the outdoors.

Plus, we have RV news, some tech tips, a great off the beaten path report and, of course, your comments and questions.

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JENNIFER’S TIP OF THE WEEK – KAYWOS Cloth

This week’s tip is about one of our favorite cleaning products… the KAYWOS cloth. KAYWOS – spelled K-A-Y-O-S stands for Klean (why they spell it with a K is beyond me) Anything Without Leaving a streak.

Anyway, weird name and spelling aside, these cloths are nothing short of amazing.

They really do clean just about anything.

On our RV, we’ve used them to remove bugs, road gunk, bird droppings and dirt and grime from the exterior of our Roadtrek motorhome.

Without soap and water. In essence, we cleaned the whole RV with the cloth. You just wet it, wring it dry and start cleaning.

The cloths are re-useable. You can run them through the wash. Just let them air dry, never put them in the dryer.

On the interior, we use them to clean mirrors and windows– with no streaking. They remove tar, grease, fingerprints and grime.

They clean plastic, granite, stainless, chrome, computer screens, glasses and more.

The KAYWOS cloth is made of ultra fine micro fibers and they grab and hold dirt like a magnet.

The results are clean, streak free surfaces. Using water helps emulsify dirt and oil, making it easier for the micro fiber cloth to pick it up. Its high absorbency will quickly clean up spills.

When washing a well used cloth, machine wash with laundry detergent or hand wash with dish soap in hot water. Rinse thoroughly. Using bleach will shorten the life of your cloths. Do not use fabric softener (fabric softener leaves a film on the cloth and decreases its effectiveness).

And be careful when machine washing or drying in mixed loads as cloths will pick up lint from other fabrics. Air-dry only.

We love the cloths.

They cost $6 for one, $10 for two. We’ll put a link to them on the shownotes for this episode at Roadtreking-dot-com-forward slash-83.

Here's a video Mike and I did showing how well they work.

The tip of the week is brought to you by Good Sam, the world's most popular RV organization, now celebrating its 50th year.

LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:

Norm is getting a new RV and will use a mobile hotspot. He asks how we measure and report back the temperature in our motorhome while their dogs are alone. I share info about the Canary system we use.

Tina is off from Southern California to Lake Louise, Calgary and Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. She’s looking for places to stay and see.I refer her to travelalberta.com for a list of attractions, places to camp and so much more

Tom suggests a way to protect against pollen for RVers. He recommends a product called PollenTec that is an extra fine screen that can be put over your RV windows.

Sponsoring this part of the podcast is Van City RV in St. Louis, and their Partner Dealerships Creston RV in Kalispell, Montana, and Wagon Trail RV in Las Vegas. Bringing You the largest Inventory of class B’s from three locations.

RV NEWS OF THE WEEK:

Free Days and National Parks:

Mark your calendar and plan to visit your National Parks on these special days! Entrance fees will be waived to celebrate and honor the following important dates:

April 16-24 – National Park Week

August 25-28 – National Park Service Birthday Weekend

September 24 – National Public Lands Day

November 11 – Veterans Day

Winnebago Recalls 2-16 Winnie Drop Trailers

Winnebago Towable is recalling certain model year 2016 Winnie Drop recreational trailers manufactured Sept. 10 to March 8. The refrigerator compartment may not be completely sealed and thus may allow carbon monoxide to enter the main cabin.

If carbon monoxide were to enter the main cabin, it can increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, or possible death.

The remedy for this recall is still under development. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule.

Jayco recalls 2016 White Hawk Travel Trailers

Jayco is recalling certain model year 2016 White Hawk travel trailers, model 25BHS, manufactured on March 3. The affected trailers were incorrectly built on axles rated for 3000 lbs., when they should have been built with axles that have a capacity of 3500 lbs.

If the trailer is loaded to the capacity listed on the label, trailer handling may be affected, increasing the risk of a crash.

Gas Prices on the Rise

The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States gained 8 cents in the past three weeks, according to a survey released on Sunday (April 10).

Regular-grade gasoline climbed to around $2.10 a gallon in the Friday survey, from $2.02 a gallon on March 18, according to the survey conducted by Trilby Lundberg

The latest price was the highest since Dec. 4,. Gasoline prices have risen 33 cents since Feb. 19.

The recent rise in gasoline prices has little to do with U.S crude oil prices, Lundberg said.

U.S. crude futures inched up to $39.72 cents on Friday from $39.44 on March 18.

“Even if crude oil prices keep meandering with no decisive climb, we may still see pump prices rise short-term,” Lundberg said.

The rise in gasoline prices is partly because of a seasonal increase in demand as more people are on the road as the weather improves and the days are longer. The improvement in the economy has also led to more auto sales, Lundberg said.

In the Lundberg panel of about 2,500 gas stations in large cities in 48 states, the lowest average retail price for gasoline was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at $1.67 per gallon, and the highest was in Los Angeles at $2.80 a gallon.

This portion of the podcast is brought to you by Alde  the only name in heat that you need to know for your RV

TRAVELING TECH TIP:

Warmer weather means more and more of you are taking to the road in your RV. And a big take-along item we RVers usually have is a bicycle. But often, we’re riding unfamiliar territory. We’re not as familiar with the terrain the trails or the roads in the areas we visit with our RVs.

That’s where apps can come in so handy. If you want to get the most out of those rides, I have three great bicycle apps for you to consider ths week.

Under Armour’s MapMyRide uses your phone’s GPS to track and map your route. You can see how fast you went, how long your bike ride took, even how many calories you burned. And the app runs in the background so you can easily access other apps as needed, such as messaging and music apps. The basic version is free for iOS and Android with premium paid services available.

The developers of BioLogic’s BikeBrain app say it essentially turns your phone into a computer for your bike. BikeBrain offers GPS mapping, max and average speed, distance, altitude, time, and calories burnt. You can program the app to keep pushing yourself further and get more out of your riding experience. The app is free for iOS with premium services available for purchase.

The Strava app also uses your phone’s GPS to map your route and track your pace. It tracks other details such as calories burned, total time, and max speed. The biggest difference with Strava is an emphasis on competition. It allows you to see stats from others who have biked the same route, or your past scores, and turns your workout into an actual competition. The app is free for iOS and Android, with premium services available for $5.99 a month

This part of the podcast is brought to you by Verizon, which operates America’s most reliable wireless network, with more than 112 million retail connections nationwide.

OFF THE BEATEN PATH REPORT -  The Cumberland Island National Seashore.

Roadtreking’s Off-the-Beaten-Path Correspondent Tom Burkett takes us to the amazing Cumberland Island National Seashore.

This is Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. Here pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes whisper the stories of both man and nature. Natives, missionaries, enslaved African Americans and Wealthy Industrialists all walked here.  Cumberland Island is also home to over 9,800 acres of Congressionally designated Wilderness.

This part of the podcast is brought to you by AllStays - the Internets #1 RV and camping app since 2010

INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK – Jo Stein of CampEats

CampEats is a brand new company that offers pre-packaged “Provision Pack” collections of food aimed squarely at the RV and Camping Community. Loves nature and making noms. Started her professional career as the kite fest queen at outdoor retailer Kitty Hawk Kites. Jo then moved back to the land of enchantment  where she and her friends honed their campfire cooking in the open spaces of the southwest. She moved to CA in 2012 and began pansy camping with her overly educated partner Dan. The goal of her company is “to make the world less hectic by providing families with delicious ways to recharge in the outdoors.”

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The RV community is on the move. Spring vacations, returning snowbirds and the new travel season is making many think about where to camp, where to overnight and how to get just the right spot. So this week, we talk to the guy who literally wrote the app on all that, Adam Longfellow from AllStays, the Net's most respected RV and camping website and app.

AllStays just came on as one of our Roadtreking RV Podcast sponsors. But as I've gotten to know Adam, I realized how much helpful information he personally has to share with us all. So I asked him to come on this week and offer up some tips for finding just the right spot to spend the night in our RV.

That's just one part of a jam-packed podcast for you this week!

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Show Notes for Episode #82 April 6, 2016 of Roadtreking - The RV Lifestyle Podcast:

JENNIFER'S TIP OF THE WEEK - The portable chairs we take

One of the most asked questions we get has to do with the portable chairs we carry around with us in our RV for outside seating.

We carry four of them.

Two of them are the Pico Telescoping Directors Chair. They were the very first accessories we bought for our Roadtrek when we were just starting out in 2012. Mike selected them because of how small they are. Each chair folds down to size of a laptop. They are made of breathable nylon mesh and polyester fabric and have scratch free nylon-coated feet. And they have a beverage holder and a side pocket.

They set up and become regular-sized outdoor arm chairs. They are probably the first thing we bring out when we set up camp. And, yes, they are surprisingly comfortable.

We know a lot of fellow Roadterkers have also bought them after seeing ours, so we are obviously not alone in liking these chairs, despite the fact that, at about $100 each, they are certainly on the expensive side. The high cost is no doubt because of the way they telescope down so small.

There are two more chairs we also now carry in our RV.

They are Zero Gravity Reclining chairs, typically sold for around pools and patios.Mike and I call them out “look at the sky chairs” because they let you recline way back.

They take up quite a bit of room. We are able to fit them in the back of our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL but on our other RVs, they would have been too big.

But they fit just fine in our current Roadtrek and we wouldn’t think of heading out anywhere without bringing these chairs as well. You can get two of the models we have from Amazon for $98.

But check Walmart as we’ve seen them on sale from time to time for considerably less.

The tip of the week is brought to you by Good Sam, the world's most popular RV organization, now celebrating its 50th year.

LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:

We answer listener questions and hear feedback about:

  • Using the Canary wi-fi security camera in an RV with a Jet pack data card
  • A woman’s enthusiasm that she will soon be fulltiming in an RV with her dog
  • A video showing our solar panels atop our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL
  • Finding a dog friendly beach in Florida
  • Whether it’s necessary to tow a car with a Class B motorhome for mobility

Sponsoring this part of the podcast is Van City RV in St. Louis, and their Partner Dealerships Creston RV in Kalispell, Montana, and Wagon Trail RV in Las Vegas. Bringing You the largest Inventory of class B’s from three locations.

RV NEWS OF THE WEEK:

Woman warns of Craig’s List RV scam

Yellowstone National Park busy opening roads for new season

Oregon Police trying to solve mystery of body found inside a burned RV

This portion of the podcast is brought to you by Alde  the only name in heat that you need to know for your RV

TRAVELING TECH TIP: How to use your iPad as a second monitor

This week’s tip comes from a listener named Andy, from Chattanooga. Andy is a work camper who will be working and living on the road for the next year or so, He was very used to using two monitors at hoe. But how can he do that in the RV? Andy found a great app called Duet that he shares with us that lets you turn your iPad into a second screen for your laptop.

This part of the podcast is brought to you by Verizon, which operates America’s most reliable wireless network, with more than 112 million retail connections nationwide.

OFF THE BEATEN PATH REPORT -  How to find the right camping spot

An interview with Adam Longfellow, of AllStays, who shares tips of finding the best sites to stop. Places like:

  • County Parks
  • Trail Heads
  • State Forests
  • Commercial campgrounds

We also talk about personal security

This part of the podcast is brought to you by AllStays - the Internets #1 RV and camping app since 2010

 

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