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Old 08-21-2015, 07:22 AM   #1
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What are you using for a RV travel log to keep track of expenses, campgrounds, fuel, etc.? Nice to keep a record of some kind to review different trips. I have always written everything down in a notebook in the past.
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Old 08-21-2015, 07:32 AM   #2
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I made my own using loose leaf binders and heavy bond paper. I have tabs for Specs, Fuel, Trips, ect.

Have been using it for a couple years now and it is very handy.
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I found an app for my iPad recently called RV Companion Free that seems like it will work well. There is also a paid version, but I am trying the free one first. It has sections for "to do" lists, a place to keep info on campgrounds, a trip log, info on your RV and tow/towed vehicle, a place to keep "procedures" lists, a level, and a flashlight. I don't know if there is an Android version. I like it so far.
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Old 08-22-2015, 03:02 PM   #4
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Camping, The Camper Journal. Brown spiral bound book. I have every camping trip we have ever taken. Available at Amazon.

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Small size spiral notebook. I started using it many years ago and continue to do so. It makes data mining a bit of a challenge, but I always end up being reminded of other trips whenever I try to look up something.


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We use a word processing app (Pages) on our tablet. No paper, no pencil. You can design your Log as you want.
Also use RV Companion; it is an excellent app. Keep our "Procedures" there along with the things CD Dutchstar noted. Saves having to get an instruction sheet out to remember how to do something you do seldom enough, you forget how between events.
You might also look at RV Logbook Pro, I have found it to be very useful also.
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