Entries by Richard

Weird AV Settings

Weird AV Settings. That was the title of a post over at the iRV2 Newmar Forum. And it reads, in part: I finally got to sit down tonight and figure out what in the world was going on with the AV setup in 2015 DSDP. I’m fairly AV savvy and was mostly stymied by not […]

Good Sam Club

We have joined a number of clubs and signed up with a number of services over the past few months including Freightliner Chassis Owners Club, KOA Values Kard, Pilot Flying J RV Plus Card, CoachNet amongst others. And now the Good Sam Club. We joined the Good Sam Club for a number of reasons which you […]

Packing Lists

I like lists. Especially packing lists. I love creating packing lists. Actually, I love what packing lists represent: freedom. Freedom from having to remember things. Freedom from the worry that something important was left behind. Over the years, I have continually refined packing lists. Because we travel frequently, travelling light — and hopefully carefree — […]

Climb That Mountain

Or, five things I learned from detailing our 40-foot coach: Lesson 1: Patience I had estimated about 24 hours when I first planned our approach to detailing the coach. I’d say I was closer to 30 hours to complete the job. Applying the paint sealant by hand and then buffing by hand takes considerable effort and […]

Honey Wagon Service

“I’m going to use it to get some honey!” But not at an RV park. We are newbies. Actively learning about our new lifestyle but still newbies nonetheless. And this means that we are frequently coming across new vocabulary. We have been living out of our coach since we brought it home earlier this summer and […]