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DVD: Choosing An RV: A Logical Approach
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eBook: Boondocking Tips - More Fun Without Hookups
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This is an eBook that is delivered to your email address upon payment. It can be read on your computer or printed for later reading.Want to camp far from the madding crowd? How about the perfect silence of the night by the campfire — punctuated by the sound of a coyote yap, or the gasp from your partner when they see that shooting star? You won't find too many of those occasions at "Joe's RV Park." Highway noise, street lights, and the next-door-neighbors' snoring sonatas are sure to be spoilers. Where to go? Boondocking! Take your RV and make it do what it was designed to do, be truly self-contained. Pull your trailer or drive your motorhome to America's outback, far away from interstate highways and metropolitan bustle. Plenty of RVers want to boondock but they don't know how. Enter Boondocking Tips for RVers — More Fun Without Hookups. A 40-page compilation of many of the boondockers tips found on RVtravel.com over the last year, plus a host of new ones, this e-book will make boondocking easier. Boondocking Tips is a sure guide to successfully getting away from civilization in your truly "self contained" RV. Sections include: Appliances, Batteries, Boondocking Locations, Cleaning Tips, Communications, Keeping Cool, Keen Kitchen Tips, Fresh Water, Generators, Keeping Warm, Lighting, RV Maintenance, Safety, Waste Water, Sewage, Solar, and Wind Power. There's also a helpful Miscellania section with a few surprises. This is no "dry" recitation of facts, you'll enjoy the gentle wit and the illustrations that highlight the sections. A great addition to your RV library. Published 2005. 40 printable pages.
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