RVFTA #93 Packing up the RV: Creating Prepacked Kits for Easy Travel

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RVFTA #93 Packing up the RV: Creating Prepacked Kits for Easy Travel

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RVFTA #93 Packing up the RV: Creating Prepacked Kits for Easy Travel

Packing Up the RV_ Tips for Family Travel

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about some of the items we pack for our longer summer trips. From craft kits to rainy day bins to sports buckets, we will dish on our go-to rec items for RV travel. Listen to hear our dos and don’t for creating stocked kits before you hit the road on your family vacation.

Plus, we found some new road trip games that have quickly become family favorites. Tune in to hear why these products from Melissa and Doug blow your magnetic trays right out of the backseat.

USA License Plate Game, $15.50

Travel Hangman, $10.90

Travel Bingo, $10.50

Memory Game, $10.50

And it’s the 100th anniversary of our National Parks, so we are giving you a sneak peak at all the great NPS content we have in store for you this summer. First out of the gate? A review of Jeremy’s summer reading assignment for our listeners, See America: A Celebration of Our National Parks and Treasured Sites.

And you can see Boxy Colonial’s National Park bedroom remodel here.

If you are interested in checking out or chiming in to the forum thread of the week, see the conversation about driving with the propane on here.

You might think packing for a long summer trip is the worst part of this RV gig. But we know that a few simple tricks can make it easy and fast. You are listening to Episode #93: Packing Up the RV.

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1 Comment

  1. Joy

    Sorry, I couldn’t find the link on the forum, so I figured I would post my comment here. Please feel free to delete or whatever. ?

    I was listening to your podcast when you were listing sports equipment that you brought. If your boys love baseball, you may consider a cabbage ball, especially as they get older and play ball with the other kids. It is a bit larger than a softball and on the softer side. It doesn’t matter if you or one of the boys hit it, it won’t go that far and you don’t need a glove to catch it. That means everyone can join in the fun.


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