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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RV Solar Panels – A Beginner’s Guide

If you want to add solar panels to your RV, there is plenty of information on the internet. A lot of that information can be confusing, especially for a beginner. Let’s explore some of the common questions many people have about RV solar panels. What are RV solar panels? To…

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RV Boondocking: 8 Essential Tips for Newbies

Here are 8 RV boondocking tips you will find invaluable! RV boondocking; the sense of solitude, the vast natural vistas, and it’s free! It will be just you, the sky, the mountains, the birds, the trees, and your RV, with a real kitchen, a full bathroom, and a queen size…

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A Few Simple RV Rules & Regs

It’s easy to think you can go anywhere, anytime, when you are traveling the open road in your RV. Except that RVs, and RV camping, can come with an assortment of restrictions. From low highway overpasses, steep grades, and hairpins, to the weight of the gear you carry with you,…

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Army Corp of Engineers COE Campgrounds

The Army Corps of Engineers (COE) dates all the way back to 1779. Among the many public works projects, the United States Army Corps of Engineers built many dams around the country, and with those, they built campgrounds. These campgrounds can offer great RV camping opportunities, with nice lakeside views,…

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USB Ceiling Fan DIY Project for RV Boondocking

This is a very simple RV DIY project you can do for around $30, or less. Likewise, it works best if your RV has  a carpeted ceiling. All you need is a USB fan, a USB battery pack, and some industrial strength velcro. First, velcro the fan’s stand, with the…

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