Episode 127: Can Two People and a Dog Really Live in a 24-foot Motorhome?
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Episode 127: Can Two People and a Dog Really Live in a 24-foot Motorhome?

Episode 127: Can Two People and a Dog Really Live in a 24-foot Motorhome? On the
Valentine’s Day episode of the Roadtreking RV Podcast, Mike and Jennifer answer
your questions about their relationship, living for long periods in a 24-foot
camper van and how two people so different can get along so well. I’ve been
saving all sorts of questions our audience has been sending Jennifer and me over
the years – questions perhaps more personal than practical – and decided this
Valentine’s Day week that we’ll use those questions to interview ourselves and
answer some of the more revealing questions about us. Plus we have tech and pet
tips, RV travel advice and the most romantic RV memories from our
Off-the-Beaten-Path reporters Tom and Patti Burkett. JENNIFER’S TIP OF THE WEEK
We love listening to audiobooks as we drive. With CD players now a thing of the
past for most new vehicles, downloading them and playing them back through a
device is the most common way to get them. But they cost a small fortune from
the app stores. That’s where Hoopla (www.hoopladigital.com) comes in. Hoopla is
a free app for Android, iOS (Apple) or Kindle that lets you download audiobooks
directly to your smartphone or tablet from your home public library. For free.
Naturally, you have to belong to a public library and have a valid membership.
Besides audiobooks, Hoopla lets you check out movies and TV shows and, of
course, ebooks. They download to your device for offline playback, meaning
you’re not streaming and thus eating up your data plan, or dependent on wi-fi.
There are hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added
daily and EFIT EDIT EDITtitles are automatically returned and removed from your
device at the end of the lending period, typically after a month. We love this
app. It saves us money and makes those miles go by faster. EDIT EDIT Do you have
an RV tip you’d like to share? You can use the “Leave Voicemail” link at
Roadtreking.com. Just click it and then use the built-in microphone on your
computer or mobile devise to record a message to me. You can do it over as many
times as you want, until you are satisfied. And then you just click a button and
it comes right to my email inbox. I love hearing from you! Jennifer’s tip of the
week is brought to you by RadPower Bikes (www.RadPowerBikes.com_… an electric
bike manufacturer offering direct to consumer pricing on powerful premium
electric bikes. Now with free shipping! LISTENER QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK: We
answer three email questions this week: We were hoping you might have experience
with a product that does a good job of removing odor from the soft surfaces. Any
ideas? Gary and Carol   My sister and I are getting ready for a cross-country
trip — (a straight shot across via I-80), in my 2014 Ranger RT. I was looking
for a list of all your podcasts…..just the number and title, so we could
select those of interest and listen to them while on the road. Do you have a
Word/PDF document that I could print off giving just the number and title of all
120+ Thanks!!! – Joan   I’m 85 and have some health issues (heart & arthritis).
We live in Tampa,FL and hope to leave in April to drive around the country by
taking the southern route to San Diego, coast road to Seattle, then east via the
northern route. We travel with a cocker spaniel and a cat. I am nervous about
lack of cellular service and MB service when we get “Out West”. I have the
opportunity to buy a 2008 Honda Fit to use as a tow car for flat towing. In the
event of problems we could use the Fit to drive for help. We could also use it
for side trips into town, etc. The main objective is peace of mind. Earlier
experience included losing our Alison transmission on a NJ Interstate. It was 5
hours before got towed even when there were services nearby.. I notice that you
don’t have a dinghy. How would you handle a problem where there is no cellular
service? Do you have any suggestio