This weekend we decided to try Fort Boonesborough State Park. This campground is open all year long so it might be someplace we visit often during the off season of camping. The drive to the campground was very nice, the air pressure alarm never went off. The drive was really expressway, and then a large two lane road all very easy to drive. Continue Reading →
Since it frequently drops below 32 degrees here, we have to winterize our RV. This means getting all water out of the RV water lines and tanks. There are two methods for doing this, one is to put about 5 gallons of RV safe anti-freeze into your water tank and then pump it through all your water lines. This method requires you to dump and clean out the water lines when you are ready to use the RV again. Continue Reading →
When driving the low air pressure alarm was going off, even though we hadn’t lost any pressure. The brakes and air bag suspension were both working properly. This made me feel these were false errors.
The dashboard has two different air pressure gauges, one for the brakes and one for the suspension. When the alarm is going off the gauge shows the air dropping from 130~ PSI to 0 PSI. Then the needle will bounce up and down potentially settling back at 130~PSI. Continue Reading →
We were looking for a new campground to visit for a weekend and I was having a hard time finding one, so my wife took over the search. She found Cave Creek Campground which is on the Kentucky River. The campground was about one and a half hours from our house, which is a doable drive after work on Friday. Continue Reading →
We decided to try Nolin Lake out for a weekend. The campground was well reviewed and very difficult to get a reservation. We were finally were able to get a reservation for Oct 2-4th. We were leaving right after work and the drive was roughly 1.5 hours. We had done most of the packing the night before and had to grab the last minute items and put them in the RV. Continue Reading →