Saturday, April 30, 2011

Important Items to Check for at the start of the RVing Season

I recently had a chance to chat with highly respected RV technician Mike Camusso at RVs R Us in North Oxford, Massachusetts.  I use them exclusively for all my RV repairs and routine service such as winterizing and De Winterizing.  Here are some of the major tips he gave when prepping your RV for the season, which is just starting again in the Northeast.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Award winning reporter DON BARONE reports from inside a tornado warning area

Don Barone, writer for the BASS fishing tour, is in Branson, Mo. He is in the path of several tornadoes yesterday and today. Here is his tear jerking account of his night with fellow anglers who had family in a area getting hit by a tornado at this very moment. His minute by minute story will make you cry. Here it is......

Sunday, April 24, 2011

A MUST DO for every RVer this Spring

With the harsh winter that has just passed, there was snow in areas of the USA that never get snow. Due to that, there were RVs that were subject to road salt and chemicals.

These salts and chemicals can eat away at the RV metal parts that are out of sight. Failure to clean the salt gives the chemicals the head start they need to start eating away at your RV.

Follow this simple, yet effective plan to rid your RV of harmful salt and chemicals.Special thanks to Mike and Mike of RVsRUs in North Oxford, MA.

Saturday, April 23, 2011


With gas prices on the rise, are you staying close to home or are you venturing out based upon previous plans?  Tell us where YOU plan to visit this summer season.

Happy RVing!

John DiPietro

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Welcome to the 2011 Camping Season

TIME TO GET OUT THE RV for the season

We had the occasion to take our Navion out of storage in the first week of April.  It was such a great feeling to drive home, even though the unit was still winterized.  COLD weather delayed our first journey one week.  Then, we headed out to Maine, the next weekend, only to enounter temps in the mid 30s.  Uggh.

We ended up staying in a Marriott that night!  So, now it is April 23 and we still have not yet spent ONE NIGHT in our Navion.

How about you?