Articles By: staff

Seal Your Air Conditioning Vents

Story by: Brian Cheney You could be losing cold air, and don’t even know it. My wife and I were camping in the peak heat of August in Temecula, CA with both A/C Units running. The outside temperature was just above 100 degrees and even with both units running, it was still pretty hot in the trailer....
October 15th, 2013 | Tips | Read More

Ice cold Desert

By: Mark Chekel Making almost FREE ice in the desert!  That was the plan, and I’m happy to report a “complete success”. For a while now I’ve wanted to add a solar system to my Toy Hauler. In the middle of the desert is the perfect place to capitalize on the benefits solar has to offer....
April 9th, 2013 | Accessories, Headlines | Read More

The Entry Door Window by Atwood

By Mark Chekel I understand that different toy hauler layouts don’t leave room for a window on the entry side that would give you a view of camp. That does not explain why the RV Manufacturers couldn’t make the window in the entry door see through. One of my complaints has always been that I couldn’t...
September 14th, 2012 | Accessories, Headlines | Read More

On the Trail with Discount Tire Direct – Drop off trail and More

Since the weather was so nice in the desert area just north of Phoenix AZ 7 of us decided to go for a nice long ride for the day. Our plan is to start in the desert North of Black Canyon City which has an elevation of about 2,000 feet. We will combine a few trails along the way. At mid day we will stop...
January 18th, 2012 | Destinations Hi-lite | Read More

Hem2Mar Dual Sport ride

By: Gary S. Shumway A Hemet, California to Marion, Utah Motorcycle Ride on a Suzuki DRZ400S September 29th through October 1st, 2011 The Mex2Can I believe it is most accurate to say that our story begins back in 2007 when Brian, my younger brother, found the 2008 Mex2Can ride on-line. He sent me the...
November 8th, 2011 | Destinations Hi-lite | Read More