Our RV water pump became noisy and the water pressure was decreased to not being usable. Here are the steps I took to fix it.
Before we left for our cross-country journey we knew that our RV needed some work. But we put it off because we were always at a park with full-hookups. And we knew it would be expensive. When we left, it was time to fix them. Here are our RV repairs and upgrades for a month of living off the cord.
I was hoping to put up this post after we had fully completed our slide remodel, but as often happens during a remodel things don’t always work out the way you plan. So here is the (almost complete) remodel of our slide-out.
The temps here have been getting to freezing at night, so we took some precautions so that we (and our water pipes) don’t freeze, too. However, we didn’t want to spend a fortune to do it. Here are our money saving tips for winter RV travel.
We’re in the middle of nowhere right now (Coalinga) so I thought I’d catch up on some topics that are long, long overdue. One of which is how we re-sealed our motorhome’s roof ourselves and saved a ton of money.