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Those of us who live on the road full-time learn very quickly to strike a balance when it comes to our “supplies.” It’s not like a house where you can just fill your basement and attic with a lot of toys and equipment you never use (although, as a Professional Organizer, I’ve never been a…

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I’ve talked to a lot of newbie RVers who feel quite intimidated by their awnings. Starting out, it can seem as though every time you touch the darned thing, you’re destined to break it. (Especially the first time that spring-loaded mechanism yanks the pull-strap right out of your hands!) But once you become comfortable with…

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There are some things you occasionally miss when living in an Airstream — a bathtub, a dishwasher, a really huge TV. But the trade-off is worth it when you consider all the hassles you don’t miss — like having to spend every Saturday cleaning! A Quicker Clean Ironically, my RV actually gets dirtier faster than…

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When I first got my RV, I sort of assumed that propane bottles (the physical containers themselves) lasted forever — then came one day when (while at-tempting to buy LP gas in Maine) I was informed that mine were out of date. They either had to be re-certified or replaced before I could have them…

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