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Category Archives: Observations

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…

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…

To plant a garden or not

Jennifer and I love watching things grow, planting them, tending to them and then – with our vegetable garden – picking them when they are fresh and ripe and enjoying…

Five tips to find a good RV mechanic

I’m lucky. To tend to the mechanical work on my Roadtrek eTrek on the Sprinter chassis, I have two great technicians: Daryl and Josh. Plus Eric, a great service manager…

Busy days at the Roadtrek factory

Roadtrek has been the top-selling Class B small motorhome brand since 1990 and if the busyness at the company’s factory in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, these days is any indication, it…

RV Travel with a pack of poodles

Mike has written about travels with Tai, Campskunk has written about travels with Fiona the fearless kitty, so I suppose it is time we write about our RV travels with…

Why is Our Camper Van so Comfortable?

We are sitting in a beautiful Florida State Park waiting for the snow and wintry mix to pass through Georgia before we head north. We will winterize tomorrow morning after…

When is it too cold to RV?

I am beginning to have some serious doubts about the wisdom of taking our Roadtrek eTrek to the wilderness of Northern Minnesota next week to report on a dog sled…