What to Look for in an Off Grid Boondocking RV

Some types of RVs are more designed for boondocking than others. But there certain features that should be considered when looking for an RV, if your goal is to boondock. A 4×4 truck camper will have a higher clearance, and better off road ability. In contrast, a Class A, Class…

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RV Laundry Washers for Boondocking

A lot of newbies to the RV lifestyle, especially boondockers wonder, “how do you do laundry when RVing?” The simplest answer is, at a laundromat. Or, check into an RV park every few weeks, to dump and fill your tanks, as well as do laundry. But there are a few…

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RV Propane Tanks May Leak to Due Age

“LP” is an abbreviation for liquefied petroleum. The terms “LP-gas” and “LPG” are often used as an abbreviation for propane. While propane tanks are very heavy and sturdy, they can begin to leak, due to age or damage. You may not know this, but removable DOT propane tanks (like the…

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12 Tiny House Kits You Can Easily Build Yourself

Maybe you would like to build your own tiny house, but what if you don’t have the carpentry skills, or don’t have the time or space to gather “found” materials from scrap heaps and dumps? One solution is to purchase an affordable tiny house kit, and surprisingly, you can find…

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The Advantages of Shipping Container Houses

    Used shipping containers are a fabulous way to build. When built appropriately, shipping containers can offer advantages over more traditional construction methods. Shipping Container Houses are Tough and Durable Often overlooked, one advantage of shipping containers is their toughness and durability. Designed to transport valuable cargo, shipping containers…

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