New Horizons RV, Arizona Border Collie Rescues and RV 101 on Checking Tire Pressure

New Horizons RV

Full-time and semi full-timers have different needs in an RV than someone that hits the road for a weekend or even a couple of weeks at a time and not all RVs fill that need.

New Horizons RV, RV Television Show, RV TV ShowOne such company that does, is New Horizons RV located in Junction City, Kansas. The company has been building high-end, custom crafted 5th wheels since 1989. The company builds, basically, two lines. The Majestic, which runs from 32’ all the way up to 48’ in length and the newly engineered Summit line.

The Majestic line is the ‘full-custom’ line and allows you to virtually design any floor plan and design anything you want into the unit. Keep in mind that when we say custom built that means from the ground up. Many companies purchase their chassis from outside venders and modify them as needed.

At New Horizons, the custom build starts with the chassis because each one is built in-house for each unit’s specific needs. From there…. the sky’s the limit as you get just about anything you want built into your trailer. Of course all this comes at a cost and that’s why the Majestic is the company’s high-end model.

The fact that not everyone can afford a Majestic model and would still love to have the build quality and pride in owning a New Horizon trailer, the company has restructured its Summit line to make it more accessible and affordable to more RVers. What the company has done is to standardize a few floor plans and options that the buyer can choose from in each package thus standardizing the build process, which makes the model more affordable.

Aside from standardizing a few floor plans, everything else is still the same as all other New Horizon trailers, including the in-house built frame and quality products and construction. In other words, you can live in your New Horizons trailer year round with all the comforts and conveniences you would expect from a company that specializes in building year-round model 5th wheels. For more information visit:

Two Gals and a Dog

Also on this week’s show Michelle Fontaine and Laurie Church (Two Gals and A Dog), meet up with a couple of women RVers that have dedicated most of their time to rescuing Border Collies.

Twenty years ago Kelly started Arizona Border Collie Rescue. Kelly and Kara have continued this work, creating a 501c3 non profit organization, and dedicating a lot of time and love on these amazing animals. Their network actually seeks out border collies from many states, get them transported, fostered and adopted in Arizona.

This is one story I could write about and try to explain, but as we say in the business, one video is worth 10,000 words, so I would recommend you watch this feature and if you feel as touched as I was and want to learn more about Arizona Boarder Collie Rescue or would like to donate to help them continue this great work you’ll find them at:

Watch for more interesting stories about women and RVing from Two Gals And A Dog on upcoming episodes of Rollin’ On TV. You can see more from Michelle and Laurie right on our website by clicking on the Two Gals And a Dog link on the home page.

RV Education 101

I’m sure most of you check your RV tire pressure regularly, or I hope you do…. But is your tire pressure gauge giving you the right information? Not always!

This week, Mark Polk from RV Education 101 shows us what we should know about checking tire pressure. We have all heard the old saying, ‘You get what you pay for’. This holds extremely true when it comes to tire pressure gauges. In other words…. Not all tire pressure gauges are created equal. Add to the fact that these are ‘calibrated tools’ and that ‘not everyone treats their gauge equally’ and you can see why keeping your tire pressure gauge operating properly is very important.

On this episode, Mark shows us what we should know about tire pressure gauges and how we should take care of them.

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