RV systems and technical information.
“You know the saying, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity?” I can tell you firsthand that is a true statement. A 90-degree day with 75% humidity in Georgia is a lot more uncomfortable than a 90-degree day with 5% humidity in Montana. But either one is uncomfortable if you’re boondocking without air conditioning.
We didn’t plan a lot of boondocking stops, but we knew we would be doing some non-utility camping at Harvest Hosts so we decided to do a “cooling makeover” on our RV. Of course, we made sure the A/C was in good working order, but we also looked at why the RV would heat up in the first place and tried to resolve issues that would make the cabin feel hot.”