This week, we're focussing on safety tips that DON'T involve someone messing with you and your van. You know, the ones that are much more likely to kill you. We'll also try to keep mouse rats out of our rigs, visit Atlas Obscura, take a look at door steps for roof access, discuss 12v kettles and hear some more on how the penis-free can urinate in comfort.
Is your load secure? (Photo by Ildar Sagdejev)
- AD: Team Rubicon
I've been a volunteer with Team Rubicon for years now. If you're looking for a way to travel and do REAL good for communities around the world, this organization can help you get there.
- Right now, there is a real need for food supportive services. If you have a day, a week, or a month to give to help get food to people, Team Rubicon is one of many organizations that can help you get the job done.
- Though the organization is closely allied with veterans, you do not need to have been in the military to participate.
TALES FROM THE ROAD - WE WANT YOURS!
- Send us your Tales From the Road and if we use the on the air, you'll receive a College of Curiosity SWAG bag, including some things appropriate for #vanlife. We'd prefer audio, but text could work and we'll help get it done for you. Send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
- Female Urination Devices
- Resource Recommendation - Atlas Obscura
- A comprehensive guide to the world's most interesting places
- Product Review - Door Steps
- A quick and easy way to gain access to your roof for solar panel cleaning, packing, or whatever.
- Q&A - 12v Kettles
- Before you buy a kettle, figure out how you're going to power it and how you're going to recharge your battery.
- I use mine only when I'm driving.
- Look for one that has a light, is completely enclosed, and doesn't have a removable base.