From the bloggers at Roads Less Traveled.
There are a lot of ways to beat the heat in summertime when you’re traveling in an RV. The most obvious is simply to head to a cool place when a heat wave hits. Afterall, your home has wheels!
But there are other things you can do to prevent the sun from baking the interior of your home, even if you don’t have electrical hookups to run the air conditioner. And if it does get unbearably sultry, and you do need to run the A/C from a portable gas generator, there are some tricks we’ve learned to make it possible.
Go somewhere cool
Cooler places are located either in high elevations, and/or up north, and/or by a big body of water — the ocean or a lake.
To read the full story by Roads Less Traveled, click here.