We Researched How to Have Clean Air in Your RV – This is What We Found
If you’re anywhere in the western United States right now, it’s hard to escape this year’s record-breaking wildfire season and the blankets of smoke that those fires are sending as far east as New York City.
According to the Center for Disease Control, wildfire smoke “is a mix of gases and fine particles from burning trees and plants, buildings, and other material.” They share that while wildfire smoke, and the degraded air quality that goes along with it, can make anyone sick, it’s particularly troublesome for those with health complications like asthma, heart disease, and pregnancy. There are even studies that warn about the delayed effect of inhaled smoke on future health.
After years of living on the road, primarily in the west, we are used to dealing with wildfires during peak burn season. We’ve found that the best way to deal with smoke while living in our RV is to leave the area and head to clear skies.... Continue Reading at Campendium