Information on basic 'Boondocking'
An extremely informative article on "Basic Boondocking" by Bob Difley can be found in MotorHome magazine.com. Difley writes about living off the grid, and provides drinking water, wastewater and electrical tips.   (Read entire article by clicking here.)Another site wor
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RVers camping near Rose Parade Route asked to help
The Pasadena Police Officers are asking RVers camping in the proximity of the Tournament of Roses Parade Route "to be their eyes and ears," according to an article on the Pasadena (Calif.) Now Web site.RVers are being asked "to get involved and report any type of suspic
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Catching up with 'green' RVers
Linda Baker of the New York Times interviews a number of RVers who love the recreational vehicle lifestyle and are figuring out sustainable ways to tread lightly on our planet.Read more in "Living the green life -- in a recreational vehicle" on (Santa Rosa, Calif.) Pres
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RVing in France
Katie George writes in the Satellite Navigation Guru blog:"France has numerous fascinating areas to explore if you have a touring caravan or motorhome and there are absolutely thousands of campsites that welcome touring holidaymakers with their own caravan, motorhome or
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Good Sam's RVer of 2008 -- Richard Daniels
The Good Sam Club has selected its first "RVer of the Year" -- dog rescuer Richard Daniels of Waynesboro, Georgia.After Daniels adopted a stray dog he named 'Old Fella," he went on to blog regularly on the Good Sam Web site site about how Old Fella adapted to his new li
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RVing in Australia, UK - follow 'Geist for life'
For those of us fascinated with RVing in other countries, an interesting blog is Geist Runner out of Australia. For membership in Geist Owners Club in Australia click here. For a list of motorhome owner clubs in the United Kingdom click here. The Geist site is about RVe
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Wanting to go to Obama's Inaugural - additional RV spaces found near D.C.
Kate Ryan of WTOP Radio in Washington, D.C., reported on finding a number of campgrounds in Prince George's to Prince William counties with RV spaces still available."Many parks stay open year-round, and are seeing more business for Inauguration Week," says Ryan.Here is
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'Bible Across America' motor coach
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible, Zondervan publishing is sponsoring "Bible Across America," a 15,000-mile RV tour crisscrossing the continental United States.The 42-foot motor coach, piloted by a four-person team, i
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Austin's 'Hey Cupcake!' Airstream
If you love fresh, delicious cupcakes ... a must stop in Austin, Texas, is "Hey Cupcake!," a sweet roadside stand located in an Airstream trailer at the corner of 1600 south Congress Ave. and Milton St.After catching a glimpse of the silver Airstream, I pulled over and
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Spotted this Rialto cruising down a Texas highway
Driving around central Texas, I spotted this Rialto, a neat type-B van conversion that is perfect for lite RVing and when you want to camp in National Parks, many of which have size and length restrictions.Weather in 60-70s during day, a little more nippy at night, some
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