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RV Cleaning 101: Getting Ready for Summer

RV Cleaning 101: Getting ready for Summer School is coming to an end and summer travels will begin.  So if you are pulling your RV out of storage for the first time, chances are it’s going to need a good cleaning before you take it out for the first time.  Plus, keeping your RV clean while on the road is just as important to ensuring things stay running properly.  Here are our tips for Getting your RV ready for summer. Cleaning the Outside                 Mold and mildew can build up on the outside of your RV when its stored over the winter, especially if there’s any moisture in the air. To clean . . . Read more

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RV Cleaning 101: Getting Ready for Summer

RV Cleaning 101: Getting ready for Summer School is coming to an end and summer travels will begin.  So if you are pulling your RV out of storage for the first time, chances are it’s going to need a good cleaning before you take it out for the first time.  Plus, keeping your RV clean while on the road is just as important to ensuring things stay running properly.  Here are our tips for Getting your RV ready for summer. Cleaning the Outside                 Mold and mildew can build up on the outside of your RV when its stored over the winter, especially if there’s any moisture in the air. To clean . . . Read more

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Spring RVing: Where to go and what to see!

The flowers are beginning to bloom, the trees are budding, and the weather is not too hot and not too cold. Spring is a great time of year to go adventuring as an RV’er. There are many beautiful places across the US and we are going to give you some of our top picks for this year! Napa Valley, CA Biking through the miles of vineyards provides a relaxing time for all. This is a location many visit during the summer and fall, so going in the Spring proves you with a wonderful trip that isn’t packed with others. You can go on picnics, view all of the sites, and finish the evening off with some complimentary samples from the local vineyards. Columbia . . . Read more

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Spring RVing: Where to go and what to see!

The flowers are beginning to bloom, the trees are budding, and the weather is not too hot and not too cold. Spring is a great time of year to go adventuring as an RV’er. There are many beautiful places across the US and we are going to give you some of our top picks for this year! Napa Valley, CA Biking through the miles of vineyards provides a relaxing time for all. This is a location many visit during the summer and fall, so going in the Spring proves you with a wonderful trip that isn’t packed with others. You can go on picnics, view all of the sites, and finish the evening off with some complimentary samples from the local vineyards. Columbia River Highway, OR Rather than a stop, . . . Read more

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7 Best Winter Camping Sites in Texas

7 Best Winter Camping Sites in Texas   With all these considerably cold temperatures and feet of snow that are plaguing the nation right now, are you all ready for warmth and sunshine? Well if you plan on making a trip down to Texas this winter to warm up, you may be looking for a place to camp. We’ve got a list of the 7 best winter camping sites in Texas to make your search a little easier.   Lake Bob Sandlin State Park- Located in Northeastern Texas, Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is a wonderful place to camp in the winter. It is the perfect campground for Eagle spotting. Hundreds of Eagles . . . Read more

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7 Best Winter Camping Sites in Texas

With all these considerably cold temperatures and feet of snow that are plaguing the nation right now, are you all ready for warmth and sunshine? Well if you plan on making a trip down to Texas this winter to warm up, you may be looking for a place to camp. We’ve got a list of the 7 best winter camping sites in Texas to make your search a little easier. Lake Bob Sandlin State Park- Located in Northeastern Texas, Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is a wonderful place to camp in the winter. It is the perfect campground for Eagle spotting. Hundreds of Eagles fly south for the winter and they like to find home here, possibly because . . . Read more

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Longviewhttp://www.hayesrv.com/blog en-us Tue, 14 Feb 2017 10:08:11 -0600 Tue, 14 Feb 2017 10:08:11 -0600 When you are constantly on the move, you need to stay at the forefront of apps; and with thousands of apps being released daily it can be a very daunting task. So we’ll share some of our favorite apps and some of the great features they provide. Let's get started! Kindle There is no better feeling than sitting next to a crackling fire under the clear, night sky while reading a book. You don't even need a physical Kindle. This app and a smartphone are enough to provide you with a wide variety of reading material on the go! Waze Waze is the world’s largest community-based . . . Read more

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Best Travel Apps for 2017

When you are constantly on the move, you need to stay at the forefront of apps; and with thousands of apps being released daily it can be a very daunting task. So we’ll share some of our favorite apps and some of the great features they provide. Let's get started! Kindle There is no better feeling than sitting next to a crackling fire under the clear, night sky while reading a book. You don't even need a physical Kindle. This app and a smartphone are enough to provide you with a wide variety of reading material on the go! Waze Waze is the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app. It allows you to see accidents, traffic, and police locations in real time. Allowing . . . Read more

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