7 Random RVing Tips from Love Your RV!

7 Random RVing Tips from Love Your RV!
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  • So, are you going to pop your screen door oat ?? or are you going to pop your screen door out ??? Just wondering………I did not know if I should serindipishly just throw some "oats" on the damn thing or ??????

  • I love the temperature control thing. I would play with that all the time. And I want some binoculrars and a metal detector and Im off for an adventure. Thanks soo much for the tips!

  • Great video as usual !
    Instead of aluminum foil on the Bar B try grill mats, they work even better than foil, reusable, cleans up very easily and they even leave grill marks on the food. Enjoy!

  • hey Ray, those grey and black Velcro strips are made for cables etc. there's a punch out at the wide end for the slender end to pull thru . we use them for everything, reduces unnecessary stress of untangling.

  • I never thought of taking my temperature gun with me. I will now. I like the alert feature on the radio. My weather radio doesn't have that, but it does have a flashlight and rechargeable batteries with an adaptor, plus it has a crank in case the batteries get low. Love the tips.

  • google " rv industry death spiral" it's 8 part's, but it will almost make you sick. the 3 companies, Thor, Forest River and Keystone that controlhas 80%+ of the market don't give a rats ass. it's the worst industry in the world with no lemon law and deny all warranty claims unless you take them to court

  • We're pulling the trigger on a 12 year plan December 2016 to sell it all, buy a Class A and hit the road and we've found your channel invaluable! I trip over dust bunnies so your pool noodle on the corners of slides will save my head and we have a pool at the house so we don't have to buy anything!! THANKS!

  • Hey Ray. – Ray here also. Just wanted to thank you for your wonderful videos. I have learned a lot from them. Just got a new truck and trailer and am starting my full time adventure, and I am making so many upgrades because of videos like yours and others that have been kind enough to share with the RV community. – Once I get my rig fully decked out I will start compiling video footage and releasing videos so I can share as well. It seems like a lot of fun.

  • How to I know what the temp of the tires should be?

    Also, I love your hummingbird feeder – do you remember where you got it.

    I love your videos!!