A couple of days in Delaware
Sightseeing around the state of Delaware. Toured downtown Dover, the state's capital, and viewed the Legislative Building. The city has many beautiful colonial structures.Very quiet on the Labor Day Weekend. Everyone must be down at the beach for one last walk on the s
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Up-to-minute report on caravaning in Scotland
RVTravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury is back from a "glorious month-long vacation in Scotland" and reports on how "huge" caravaning is in that part of the world."Scotland is an RVing paradise. It's small enough that you see much of it in a few weeks of roaming around. Ca
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Leaving for Washington D.C., by way of Philadelphia
With my ultimate destination being the AARP [email protected] Convention in Washington, D.C., my first stop will be a touch down Labor Day weekend in the 'City of Brotherly Love' for a quick trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and over to South Philly for a mouth-smacking
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Second edition of 'Live Your Road Trip Dream'
Carol and Phil White retired from their traditional jobs about five years ago. They knew that they wanted to see American up close and felt that if they did not do it soon, they might never do it."We dreamed of it for years," said Carol, "but actually set our date to wo
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Information for 'Women RVers'
Adrienne Kristine, an RVer since the early '80s, began living fulltime in her motorhome in 2003. She has owned and driven everything from a Class B van conversion to a 35-foot 5th wheel trailer. Between Dec. 2006-2010 she wrote "Women RVers," an online blog that of
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Talk about living and working on the road ...
Three articles give a glimpse into the lives of carnival and circus people and how they live and work on the road.Gerald Gauthier writes in the Lethbridge (Alberta, Canada) Herald about carnival life."For Mark and Amy Cockersham, leaving home for work means packing th
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RV Travel.com editor sees future of RVing in Scotland
RV Travel.com editor Chuck Woodbury has been in Scotland for three weeks exploring the countryside. "Here in Scotland, I see the future -- where RVing is as popular as it ever was in the USA or Canada, but with most RVers traveling with smaller, more fuel-efficient r
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Hanging out in Austin
I first laid eyes on the Texas Hill Country back in the early '70s when I came to Austin as a journalism student.  That was also in August and being from the arid part of Southern California, I was slammed by the humidity.  I'm still being slammed by it today.In a
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Quick trip to the Lonestar State, visit family, RV friend Malia Lane
I am visiting my sister, Josam Grandin Bullock, a realtor in Austin, Texas. In addition to doing girl-stuff with her, eating lots of delicious BBQ and sightseeing in the heart of Texas, I spent an afternoon with friend and RV writer Malia Lane who is homebased in Au
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Keeping track of 'Extreme Makeover'
The popular ABC series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is devoted to rebuilding families' homes when the family is in need of new hope.During each project, the design team stays in several motorhomes parked near the site. Motorhomes are usually donated by, or rented fro
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