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        Lynx Living Blog — Leveling Blocks

        Tips & Tricks for Bringing Pets Along on Your RVing Adventures

        Tips & Tricks for Bringing Pets Along on Your RVing Adventures

        Bringing your fur friends on your RVing trips sounds like a great idea, but before setting off on the road, you must first ensure that you create an optimal pet environment on your rig. In this blog, we will go over twelve tips and tricks for devising a pet-friendly space in your RV. 

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        10 Holiday Gift Ideas for The RV Owner on Your List

        10 Holiday and Christmas Gift Ideas for The RV Owner on Your List
        Holiday season is here! Many are starting to think about what gifts to get their loved ones, and if you have an RVer on your list, picking out a gift for them may be particularly hard. After all, what do you gift someone with limited RV space and who escapes to the woods specifically to get away from the materialistic city lifestyle? Well, do not fret-- we’ve got you covered! We’ve compiled a holiday gift guide with gifts that any RVer would love!

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        Let's Talk Winterizing Your RV: 8-step Checklist

        Let's Talk Winterizing Your RV: 8-step Checklist

        Winter is coming or, in many cases, has already made itself at home. For the RV community, it also means parking our rigs until spring.

        Whether you’re parking your RV inside some sort of storage facility, or you intend to leave it parked on your driveway all winter, there are a few things you should check off your winterization “To Do” list before you let your RV hibernate. Here is the 8-step checklist that will ensure your RV makes it through the cold winter months unscathed!

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        Why you shouldn’t level your RV on wood or concrete blocks

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        There are a number of different reasons to level your RV, including better sleep, a functioning refrigeration system, proper water tank readings, and to avoid damaging or binding your slide-outs (see “Top three reasons to level your RV”). However, what you level your RV on matters as much as why you level in the first place.

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        Why you shouldn't level your RV on wood or concrete blocks

        Why you shouldn't level your RV on wood or concrete blocks
        There are a number of different reasons to level your RV, including better sleep, a functioning refrigeration system, proper water tank readings, and to avoid damaging or binding your slide-outs (see “Top three reasons to level your RV”). However, what you level your RV on matters as much as why you level in the first place.

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