After Alaska’s mild winter we were chomping at the bit to de-winterize the motorhome. We never could have predicted it, but the motorhome could have been used almost all winter long. Our first RV trip of the year is usually in the beginning of April and we were right on track. [Read more…]
Just because Alaska is a beautiful far off land, doesn’t mean the state isn’t prone to modern problems. The ultimate goal is keeping you safe on your Alaska RV vacation by increasing your awareness.
Forget the usual clothes packing list. I’m focusing on what you need to bring to make the most of the Alaskan outdoors. One of the many perks to driving your motorhome to Alaska is having the space to bring plenty of sporting goods.
Alaska’s summers are shorter than the Lower 48’s.
The prime summer months in Alaska are June – August. If we stuck to these 3 months we’d hardly use our motorhome. So far, we’ve been pretty lucky and haven’t been too inconvenienced by the weather. Although, one time our tanks froze and what went in couldn’t get out…
- Keep a bag under the bed with:
- I carry this bag in the RV all summer and in our SUV in the winter. You might think that seems excessive in the summer time, but you’d be surprised. I spend a lot of time in fleece socks and thermals up here, year round.