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Category Archives: Roger & Lynn Brucker

Mini Office for Your Class B

At times on the road we need more than a laptop computer – we need an entire office. The need arises to scan something or print something or even just…

Joy of RV Upsizing and Downsizing

We arrived around [4:30] PM at a pleasant ocean view campground in Maine. Shortly after we pulled into the assigned site and plugged into shore power, a beautiful new Class…

RV Destination: The Fundy Trail

A big draw here on the Roadtreking blog are posts about RV travels -places to visit and things to see.  Since other reporters were already writing super travel articles we…

Off The Beaten Path: Meat Cove

“Don’t miss Meat Cove!” It was a beautiful fall day on Prince Edward Island. We were talking to a couple who were full-timers in their Roadtrek. We were headed to…

RV Bathroom Improvements

We love the “aisle” bath in our Roadtrek. We would not give up our 3rd seat for a wet bath.   Borrowing space is what makes a Class B work.  Devoting…

RV Humor: Casper Milqtoast Conquers Fear

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Roadtreking Reporter Roger Brucker has a great sense of humor. In this piece, he unleashes it on those RVers whose paranoia and irrational fears make us all shake…

RV Pillows of Hercules

Our camper van has a dinette in the rear.  It came with two long bolsters in back. They form seat backs on either side, and they make the rear single…

A Class B RV for Every Budget

We’ve  read many comments to various posts about how the reader would love to have a Class B motorhome but it is just out of their budget.  Mike has addressed…

Keeping Cool in your Type B RV

Roadtreks and many Type B motorhomes come with the wonderful Fantastic Fan roof vent. It is truly a marvelous device for keeping your camper comfortable. You can fall asleep with…

A Minimal Solar System for a RV

We have seen impressive solar systems on Roadtreks and read about others.  Campskunk’s and Jim Lever’s systems come to mind. Then there are the factory installed solar systems like on…

Carrying Bikes on a Class B

We have a long history of bicycling – including bicycle camping – so we naturally wanted a way to transport our bicycles on our Roadtrek. We could open the rear…