The Last Cooker You Will Ever Buy

What is camping without grilling? As cookers get bigger and more complex, they also get harder and harder to cart along on your next RV trip. In fact, you may have never been able to bring a cooker with you on your trip. Well all of that has changed. I ran across this great product: The Volcano Collapsible Propane Grill.

Check out their website here: www.volcanogrills.com

The Volcano Collapsible Propane Grill is the most versatile and efficient grill on the market today… From the backyard to the great outdoors, this tri-fuel cooker allows you to cook whatever you want, whenever you want. The Volcano is an award-winning Dutch Oven cooker, incredible for woks and an exceptional grill. You can also cook with pots, pans, griddle and open-flame when using your Volcano. The propane burner can be easily removed allowing the Volcano to also be used for charcoal or wood. Tri-fuel cooker. Portable, Efficient and Versatile. The Volcano is the last outdoor cooker you will ever need!

If you have any questions about other accessories and products designed to make your RVing experience more enjoyable, just ask. If you are in the Nichols, New York area , swing by and see what we have to offer!

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Going RVing is for the Dogs!

Whether you are a dog person, a cat person or both, according to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, nearly 4 million RV owners travel with their pets every year. RV life with pets isn’t without its challenges, even for the more experienced travelers. Fortunately, you can keep your pets happy and safe with a little work and preparation. The suggestions listed below will help ensure a great RV experience with you and your pet.

Know the pet policy of the campground. Most campgrounds and RV parks have pet and noise restrictions. They might charge extra for pets or have leash rules or designated areas for dog walking. Also, a campsite that is a little more remote may increase the chances that a spirited pet won’t bother other campers. (If your pet barks at people passing by, selecting a campsite next to the restrooms makes little sense.)

Let your pet get acclimated with the RV before hitting the open road. Dogs and cats are much more comfortable examining a new space on their own. Give your pet time before travel to explore the RV.

Consider restraining your pet During a sudden stop or accident, loose pets can be hurt or even killed. They can also distract others should they be allowed to roam while the RV is moving. To help keep your pet and family safe, it is sensible to have your dog restrained in some manner during travel. Some people prefer a pet carrier or cargo crate, while others prefer an automobile pet harness. A pet booster seat is another great option for smaller pets.

Take items that are familiar to your pet. A favorite dog bed or blanket, favorite toy or scratching post.

Make sure you have your pet’s medical records and your vet’s phone number. It is also a good idea to research the number of a local veterinarian in your destination town just in case of emergency.

Don’t forget an ample supply of your pet’s food. Also, bring plenty of water from home. The last problem you both need is indigestion.

Provide plenty of stops for your pet when on the road. Like humans, dogs and cats need to take care of business and get in some stretches periodically when on trips. This will help reduce accidents. If your cat is litter trained, a portable litter tray can also come in handy.

Be prepared for the inevitable accident. Have a supply of paper towels, rags, and carpet and upholstery cleaners on hand, as well as floor cleaner.

Do not leave your pet alone in the RV! Extreme temperatures could seriously affect or even kill your pet. Consider the services of a pet day care if you plan to spend considerable time away from the RV once or twice during your trip. Otherwise, inquire in the community center or other campers for the services of a pet sitter.

Obey the rules wherever you stay. Don’t try to sneak your pet into any place not allowed. Please remember: places remain as pet-friendly as the last poorly behaved human allows.

An RV is a wonderful way to relax and enjoy your vacation without worrying about finding pet friendly hotels and restaurants. There is no reason why you and your pet cannot have a great time in a RV with a bit of planning ahead of time. If you have any questions, comments or happen to be in Nichols, NY swing by and say, “HI”…bring your pooch too, we love ’em around here!

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Sanitizing Your RV’s Water System

Ever wonder how to sanitize your RV’s water system? Well, wonder no longer!

Now this is a dirty job and nobody likes to do it…well except for these guys. If you’re ever in Nichols, New York and need your water system sanitized, stop by.

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Is This the Future of RVing

Recently I stumbled upon this really great, totally self-sufficient RV a friend and fellow blogger had written about. Like me, we were both really impressed with the sustainability of a mostly “green” RV. Brian Brawdy is the guy’s name and he has a really good philosophy when it comes to the RV lifestyle, “Conservation thru Exploration”.

Check out his really cool RV in this video:

Now I know we don’t have anything that spectacular yet, but I can tell you that we can help you live a very similar and equally rewarding life in an RV.

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