Roadtreking

Category Archives: Roger & Lynn Brucker

Tips: Making Class A Meals in a Class B

There are great RV cookbooks out there. However, in a Class B there is little storage room for the turkey roaster, Hobart mixer, double boiler, waffle iron, and toaster.  Actually,…

DIY: How to Get the Best RV Seats in the House

“I’m the one with the bad back,” Roger said, when Lynn complained of a sore seat while driving. Our 1995 Dodge 190 Popular Roadtrek has more than 160,000 miles on…

Tips: Home Water Works Everywhere

When our RV water pump stopped working, we didn’t switch to champagne.  We just traveled like we do when we are winterized.  We use several water bottles filled at home…

Don’t Like Your RV’s Table? Change It!

One of the things we love about our Roadtrek is the large dinette. Our friend’s 37-foot Class A motorhome can barely seat four people at the table of the RV. …

Quick Guide: Winter Roadtreking

Humpf!  The muffled noise stirred Lynn to full consciousness. Actually, she was only half asleep, having previously woken up cold and tried to roll over, but discovered she was pinned…

8 More Easy Tips for the RV Lifestyle

Practical ideas to make your travel lifestyle more comfortable don’t require a lot of money. Many of these ideas are borrowed from others, some are a result of several of…

Mirrors: The Illusion of More Space

One evening a giant Prevost  motorhome pulled into the campsite next to us. We were in an tiny old campground in a small town for a week while attending an…