Tom and Kris Camping Podcast, RVing and Tent Camping
RV Batteries and Battery Tender Our camper is in storage when not in use, so we take the battery with us when we leave it. Now that it’s December, the camper will probably stay in storage for a good 60 days or so.
Our daughter Kelly wrote this post about her first music festival camping experience. We had so much fun reading her story that we decided to make a podcast episode out of it. Join us as Kelly gives us her Rookie’s Guide To Festival Camping.
I know what you’re thinking. Hey Ballards, we bought an RV so we don’t have to use a tent anymore. I get that, but I can easily come up with 5 reasons you need a tent in your RV. You probably aren’t going to need it every time you camp,
This was one of the first questions I had when Kris and I took our new camper out for the first time. Can I keep the RV refrigerator on while driving to our destination? It seems to make sense. If you buy an RV with a 2 or 3-way refrigerator,
Trend Number One, Don Is Back We really couldn’t discuss new trends in camping and RVing without Don. He’s been able to get quite a few camping trips in this summer. Kris and I just picked up our new camper in early August. As of this episode,
Do a quick Google search for camping check lists and you’ll be inundated with options. The lists are endless. Everything from clothes for each season to tools for every possible mechanical malaise will be on those lists. But not this one.
Every part of the country has it’s own verbiage for RV’s. Popups vs tent trailers, or toter-home vs motorhome. In our case, you can call it a camper or a travel trailer. Either way, we own it. We only considered used campers when this journey started.
You’re all set up in your campground, tucked in for the night in your RV or tent. The kids have fallen asleep so you decide to do a little cruising on Pinterest or Instagram. And oh, those images. Why doesn’t our camping look like their camping?
Big 5th wheels and diesel pickups is a topic that came from a listener’s question. At the heart of the question is “do we need a diesel pickup to tow a 5th wheel trailer?” The short answer is definitely no,
You love to camp, and you love to travel. But finding money for camping and RVing can be as tricky as finding time. We’ll deal with finding time another day. Let’s talk about finding money. Before we start talking about finding more money for camping a...