In this weekly roundup, Togo RV shares the top stories and features that are impacting and shaping the RV community. We cover everything from news and travel updates to gear and gadgets, and all the good stuff in between.
Your Guide to Making Cocktails at the Campground
After a day of outdoor adventures, relax at the campground with a cocktail. Togo RV brings you eight great recipes, including classic cocktails, dessert drinks, and batches that will serve a group. These easy-to-prep recipes don’t require many ingredients or special gear. Modifications are included for non-alcoholic variations. From tropical rum punch to a s’mores cocktail, there’s something for every palate. Head to Togo RV to find recipes and gear recommendations.READ THE STORY
Working From the Road? These RVs Are For You
As more people take work and school on the road, RV manufacturers are offering rigs with dedicated workspaces and upgraded technology. If you’re planning to work from the road, think about what type of space you desire for a work surface and storage. Then, consider your power source and tech gear to ensure you’ll have a sufficient connection. Finally, decide whether or not you want to work while your rig is in motion. Togo RV’s latest rig roundup includes seven RVs that provide functionality and versatility for those looking to work from their home on wheels.READ THE STORY
RV Sway Control Basics for Travel Trailers
Feeling your trailer sway from a gust of wind or passing vehicles can be a scary experience—and a safety issue. The proper gear and setup can help keep your rig steady and straight. Check your trailer’s weight while fully loaded. This will ensure you’re traveling within your gross vehicle weight rating and that you’ve properly distributed your weight front-to-back and side-to-side. Products such as weight distribution hitches, sway bars, or electronic tow control may be essential, depending on your setup. Learn more about these items and sway control strategies on Togo RV.READ THE STORY
Be Prepared to Wait If You Purchase a New RV
The COVID-19 pandemic had a two-fold effect on RV sales. Increased interest in outdoor recreation and camping led to a surge in demand, but disruptions in the workforce and the supply chain slowed production. Dealerships that normally have hundreds of units on the lot now have fewer than a dozen, meaning buyers are more likely to order instead of buying off the lot. Instead of restocking dealerships, manufacturers are working to fill orders for buyers first, but it may take several months for your new RV to arrive.
Source: Camper Report Is There A Nationwide RV Shortage?
Honor Pride Month at These Historic Spots
As we celebrate Pride Month, a number of locations honor the story of LGTBQ+ history. Stonewall National Monument in New York City is well-known due to protests that filled the streets after police raided the popular gathering spot in 1969. Several locations share the history of leaders who fought for rights and acceptance, including Henry Gerber, Pauli Murray, and Elizabeth Alice Austen. Somber sites mark tragic events, including the Pulse Interim Memorial in Orlando, Florida, and Harvey Milk Plaza in San Francisco, California. Though Pride Month ends soon, these sites make for a meaningful visit any time of year.
Source: USA Today Celebrate With Pride: Visit These Sites Where LGTBQ History Was Made
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