7 Essential Steps to De-Winterize Your RV

Information Courtesy of Western RV

Get ready for another great camping season by de-winterizing your RV. Here are seven essential steps to getting ready for the road.

SEAMS AND SEALANTS

Winter weather can wreak havoc on rubber, plastic and caulking compounds so inspect seams and seals for leaks. Read More

Yard Sale Tips

Spring is yard sale season, it’s time to start planning. Here are a few tips to help your yard sale run smoothly. Read More

Getting Your RV Ready for Spring – Western RV Feature

Camping Season is upon us, here’s some great advice we received to get your RV ready for the spring! Thank you to Mike Kwasek from Western RV, Leduc for the great information on how to “de-winterize” and the services available at Western RV. Read More

Stashing Your Summer Gear

Summer, it’s gone with the blink of an eye. It’s time again to stash your summer gear. Here are a few helpful tips and articles to ensure that your equipment is good as new when you take it out of storage next spring. Read More

Spring Cleaning

After winter freshening your house with a deep spring cleaning can feel really good. If you’re ready to go beyond the basic weekly clean, pick and choose from these 14 deep-cleaning tasks, and get ready to enjoy your sparkling clean home.

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Top 10 Camping Must Haves

Ever get that feeling when you leave on a holiday that you’ve forgotten something at home? Besides the basics (tent, sleeping bags, pillows etc.) follow our staff’s top 10 list for things to bring with you camping so you don’t forget those little things again!camping_fullsize_story1
  1. Bug Spray, Sunscreen and After Bite
    • Be prepared for the outdoors and bugs! Having a sunburn or bug bites can make a camping trip very uncomfortable.
  2. First Aid Kit
    • Make sure you keep a First Aid kit with you in case of any accidents or injuries.
  3. Flashlights
    • Have an extra set of batteries with you or use a solar powered flash light.
  4. Cell Phone and Charger
    • Most of us always have our cell phones but don’t forget the charger; you don’t want to remember in a time of emergency.
  5. Lawn Chairs
    • Enjoy the fire from a chair not the ground 🙂
  6. Axe and Matches/Lighter
    • You might need the axe to chop wood and the matches to light your fire, don’t forget to put your matches in a water proof container so they don’t get wet if it rains.
  7. Spare Water and Food
    • Don’t forget to pack in case of an emergency and you’re stranded. A little extra food and water can go a long way.
  8. Toiletries and Antibacterial Wipes
    • Remember your bathroom items you might need them.
    • Bring Antibacterial Wipes they are more convenient for soap and water when around the fire for your sticky marshmallows or around other messes.
  9. Garbage Bags
    • Go green don’t forget to pick up your garbage. Use a different bag for cans/bottles to recycle later.
  10. Camera
    • Don’t forget while you’re enjoying your trip to take photos to remember the great time later.

For a more extensive packing list visit: Camping Essentials List  We hope you enjoy your vacation this summer!

Spring Has Sprung!

It’s that time of year again, that “To Do” list is a mile long and it’s time to start crossing things off. Unfortunately, this task can seem very intimidating especially if you aren’t sure where to start or what to do. Here are a few ideas that our staff uses to aide them in their spring cleaning tasks.

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