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If you're a novice caravanner, we have all the information you need

Hints and Tips

Getting advice and helpful hints about caravanning and camping in general can be like driving in thick fog with very little idea about where you're heading.  Here we have pulled together some helpful hints and tips that we have found to be useful over the years.  Everything from buying and selling RVs to keeping your fridge cool during summer can be found here.

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RV Resources

We have put together a comprehensive set of easy to read articles that are designed to help you with a range of problems including what to look for in a caravan to what to avoid as well as whole section on busting RV myths.  Think of it as a toolbox for caravanning.

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Product Reviews and Comparisons

Come and have a look through our library of product reviews for various camping, 4WDing and cooking accessories.  We have also got a section on product comparisons.

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14 thoughts on “Welcome to RVeeThereYet.com…!

  1. Howdy Marty,

    Stumbled across your site and think its great. Lovin the set up too mate. We have recently headed down the same path with updating our tug (2014 Grand Cherokee CRD), and buying our first sort of offroad van. ( Ja…Ja…Jayco Discovery OB ). Eveything I said I would never own..haha. The car is a beast and its our first van so baby steps.
    Nance still talks about your bread from Sheepyard Flats to this day Marty

    Stay well guys, may even see ya around,

    Robby and Nancy

    1. Hey Rob and Nancy.

      So great to hear from you. Congrats on your new aquisitions. They sound awesome. Like you Rob, I never thought I would be a caravan convert but here we are…! Have to say that, while I miss the camper, I LOVE caravans. Maybe in our more mature years, we just appreciate the finer things.

      I remember that weekend to Sheepyards Flat. The weather wasn’t exactly pleasant but we all had a brilliant time anyway. Tell Nancy that if we ever have a chance to meet up again, I’ll promise to make her the Sundried Tomato bread again…! (and maybe the spiced mead…!)

      Glad you like the website. We had a lot of friends and family suggest we do it and its been a bit of a success. I just noticed we’ve had over 7000 pageviews in the last 90 days. Pretty awesome.

      You guys stay safe and enjoy the new toys.


      Marty and Kylie…!

  2. Hi
    I read with interest your blog about using silicon sheets on your Weber Baby Q. I went to both BBQs Galore and a specialist Weber shop to ask which ones they would recommend for this purpose. The staff at both stores said the silicon sheets are only designed for placing on BBQ hot plates, not grills exposed to direct flames. They both said the silicon sheets were likely to either shrivel up or melt under direct heat and they would not recommend using them on a Baby Q.
    Can you give me some guidance on what I should buy, and other than trimming the top and bottom to allow the heat to circulate, and other precautions I should take.

    1. Hi Jim,

      Thanks for your question.

      Its interesting what you were told by those stores as I had the same concern before buying the mats themselves. I can tell you that we have been using the same mat now placed over the standard grill of the webber without any problems at all. There’s no signs of any burning, scoring, melting or shriveling. We just wash it after each use. I was just as surprised as anyone at how effective they are.

      Interestingly, I accidently left one of our silicon egg rings on the grill and it got scorched a little so I wonder if the mats are made from stronger material. I cannot say for certain.

      In any case, these are similar to the ones we purchased: Grill Mats Note they actually market them as grill mats and show them used directly on the grill.

      If you have any doubts, send the seller a message to be sure.

      good luck


      1. Thanks Marty. I’ve placed an order. From memory they’re cheaper than I saw in the store too. I’m looking forward to giving them a go.

  3. Your link to “why do I need towing mirrors” under RV mythbusters brings up a word press error , specifically ” you do not have permission to edit this page”

  4. With havin so much content do you ever run into any issues
    of plagorism or copyright infringement? My website has a lot
    of completely unique content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up
    all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any solutions to
    help prevent content from being ripped off? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

    1. Hi Lindsey

      Thanks for your question. Yes I have had some issues with plagiarism and the best thing you can do is to alert the person that has done it and politely ask them to remove it or acknowledge you as the source. If they don’t then you will have to consider taking things further. If it is in a major news publication, then you might have to write to the editor for action.

      I have put clear indication on this site that it is all copyright but, this is the internet, and there really is no way to stop it completely.

      Good luck

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