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Photography, T@b

What you need to know before you buy a drone for the campground

You immerse yourself in the environment: the sights, sounds, and smells. Maybe you hear or see one buzz by while you sit at the campfire or see photos or video posted by another camper. Whatever the impetus, you think you’re ready for your own drone to capture the full scale of the sights at the […]

Blog, Power Management, T@b, T@b Basics

Power Consumption

Is your battery bad? Did the manufacturer rip you off? Did the dealer rip you off? Are you going to be able to use your RV without being plugged into shore power? Frustrated and maybe even a little bit angry. It’s how you feel when you burn through RV battery with seemingly little effort. Understanding […]

Power Management, Solar, T@b

What’s new with Mattie Ross?

It’s that time of year. No, not when we see the orange cones popping up along the highway, although it’s time for that, too. The time of year when I take my T@b, Mattie Ross, for her first annual “well visit” to the nuCamp service center. Austin Jones is used to my annual email with […]

Travel

Everything You Need to Know About Overnight RV Parking

You’ve been ont he road for at least eight hours and it’s starting to get dark. The last thing you feel like doing, is setting up camp, especially when you know you have an early start tomorrow. You don’t have to set up camp. You can just park and sleep. It’s called overnight RV parking. […]

Blog

Dewinterize the 2021 T@b 320

Spring is upon us and if your T@b has spent the winter in hibernation, it’s time to wake it up! Dewinterizing with the Nautilus Water System in the T@b 320 couldn’t be easier. Instructions: For the 2021 T@b 320 with the Nautilus Water System: Connect hose to inlet labeled “City Water Connection”. Set bot the […]

Blog, T@b, T@b Basics

Stop these 5 things from derailing your first RV trip

That sinking feeling in your stomach. “Did I buy a lemon?” “Is this the “Money Pit?” Most of the time, that feeling is replaced with a sheepish grin as you realize that the problem was user error. Sometimes, however, there is something not quite right about your new RV. A lot of times people become […]