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There’s nothing like the feeling of hitting the open road in a well-equipped RV, whether it’s a trusty little trailer or a whale-sized Class A: You’re free and footloose as they come, equipped with everything you need for weeks or months tooling around interstates and backroads alike. Whether you’re going to hop between two or three developed RV parks or campgrounds for the summer, or you’re striking out for some open-ended boondocking in the backlands, make sure you’re adequately packed and prepared. Give this basic RV-camping checklist a gander, and make sure that on-the-go pantry’s got plenty of Mountain House … Continue reading

RV Camping: Preparing For Your Journey

There’s nothing like the feeling of hitting the open road in a well-equipped RV, whether it’s a trusty little trailer or a whale-sized Class A: You’re free and footloose as they come, equipped with everything you need for weeks or months tooling around interstates and backroads alike. Whether you’re going to hop between two or three developed RV parks or campgrounds for the summer, or you’re striking out for some open-ended boondocking in the backlands, make sure you’re adequately packed and prepared. Give this basic RV-camping checklist a gander, and make sure that on-the-go pantry’s got plenty of Mountain House … Continue reading

Mountain House Forecasts Potentially Soggy Future for Major Survival Food Brands

Third Party Study Finds Shocking Levels of Packaging Permeability in Many Well-Known Survival Food Brands Albany, Ore. – April 2, 2015 – Yet another study casts doubt on shelf life claims made by major survival food brands.  Hot on the heels of the most comprehensive oxygen study in the industry, this new study – also conducted by Fres-co System USA, Inc. – compares Water Vapor Transfer Rates (WVTR) of various brands of outdoor and survival food sold in pouches, which are often bundled into bucket kits. The Water Vapor Transfer Rate of the packaging material is a critical factor in … Continue reading

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