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15 Mar
The Lazydays Difference: What RV Dealers Could Learn from the Lazydays Experience

The Lazydays Difference: What RV Dealers Could Learn from the Lazydays Experience

Most RV owners have heard about Lazydays. It is, after all, the largest RV dealership in the world. There’s even a show on the Travel Channel about RV shopping filmed on site at the dealership. But knowing about Lazydays is different than experiencing Lazydays. And although we’ve never bought an RV from the Lazydays RV dealership, we’ve now visited the Florida location twice. Our takeaway? Other RV dealers could learn a lot from what Lazydays is getting right. The Backstory: Our Visits to the Lazydays RV Dealership in Tampa,... Read More
09 Mar
12 Quick Tips for Gaining Confidence as a New RV Owner

12 Quick Tips for Gaining Confidence as a New RV Owner

I wasn’t terrified of towing and operating our first RV, but I was extremely NERVOUS. If you are a new RV owner you probably know exactly what I mean. Our dealer was almost two hours away, and the walk through was scheduled for two hours on a late Friday afternoon.  Stephanie and I decided that bringing our one year old twins, Max and Theo, would be a big mistake. We tried to find a babysitter so we could avoid multiple potty breaks and potential toddler tantrums. But no babysitter was available.  It looked like I would be towing the... Read More
21 Feb
Cast Iron Cooking Tips for the Campground

Cast Iron Cooking Tips for the Campground

I don’t know a camper around that doesn’t have a piece or two of cast iron. That work horse of the fire ring or kitchen delivers time and time again. The rules are basically the same since its creation over two thousand years ago, season it well and dry it thoroughly after every cleaning. Cast iron cooking allows you to bake, grill, sear, stew, braise, sauté, caramelize, and brown just about any food. Baking biscuits in a Dutch oven are the all time camping food staple. Those soft and yet crisp edged biscuits have warmed hearts, bellies and... Read More
29 Jan
Women and Rigs: Towing and Driving RVs

Women and Rigs: Towing and Driving RVs

But do you tow or drive the RV?  As a woman who travels in an RV about 80 days out of the year, I’ve been asked a version of this question so many times. The answer? Yes…and no. And, well…it’s complicated. Because it is complicated. I recently drove a Class C motorhome on actual roads for the very first time. A follow up conversation on social media made me realize that I had never really talked or written about my personal history with towing and driving RVs. So I figured it might be time to do just that. What’s... Read More

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