When it comes to RVing, there are basically two types of people - full-timers and part-timers (okay, three if you count renters). Generally speaking, part-timers can tend to be a little more utilitarian in their approach; the right gear, right vacation time, right tow vehicle, etc. - while the full-timers are more cultural; actively pursuing RV-friendly hobbies (often including blogging) and regularly discovering new places to enjoy.
Million-dollar recreational vehicles and pricey RV resorts in upscale locales are luring the wealthy
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In all the excitement of an upcoming RV trip or vacation it is easy to forget a few items that you really wanted to bring.
Tips on setting up your camp kitchen, selecting your cooking gear and utensils, and making life easier for the camp chef. Cooking can be as simple as you want, like hot dogs on a stick, or it can be a truly gormet experience with fresh goodies baked over an open fire. Some campers get really into the cooking in the wild theme. Others just want to eat simply, so the can get out and do other things like sightseeing, fishing, or hiking. Everyone has their own style. Some of these tips might fit into your plans...