Back Road to Sedona

Red Rock passes for the Schnebly Hill Road can be obtained on AZ 179. The road is closed in the Winter and Summer fire season, it depends on conditions. Questions: contact the Coconino Forest ranger. I recommend 4X4 drive for this road

Fixing an RV Batwing TV Antenna

We have 3 videos on RV antennas soon to be four. Unfortunately Digital Signal don’t travel as far as the old analog TV.



Everything on the Winegard RV antenna is easily repaired. here is the parts list from Winegard.


Visiting New Mexico via RV

A wonderful place to visit in an RV is the great state of New Mexico. Although New Mexico is one of the more sparsely populated western states, it is rich in history both from the Native American tribes of Navajo, Pueblos and Ute to name a few. In addition to the areas rich tribal history it is also has extensive influences from its Spanish and Mexican roots as well. The town of Santa Fe was established in 1608 with the town of Albuquerque founded in 1706.  The state has benefited from the military bases and military research labs including White Sands Missile Range, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories. New Mexico was known as the home of the first operational railroad known as the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. The state is rich in great spots to visit so coming to New Mexico in an RV can be a fun and rewarding experience.