RVers putting pressure on parking bans
Karen Snelling writes in the (Merrillville, IN) Post-Tribune ....Hobert, IN, "Mayor Brian Snedecor has received dozens of electronic messages from across the country protesting a proposed city ordinance that would prohibit truck drivers and RV owners from using retail
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Hawking Western hats on the road
An article in the South Bend (Indiana) Tribune by Ida Chipman reports on how a local couple spends 10 months out of the year on the road selling Western headgear."“From the first weekend after New Year’s to the weekend before Thanksgiving, we are on the road,” RVe
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Father-son to span USA on super fishing trip
Maybe it's just because I'm only now getting into fishing ... but I love this story about Jeff Turner and his son Taylor, 17.On June 13, 2009, the father-son duo will embark on a nationwide expedition to fish 50 trophy waters in 50 states in 50 days.The journey will cov
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'Sisters on the Fly' love vintage trailers, fly fishing
I've been taking fly fishing lessons recently ... and my thoughts have returned again and again to Sisters on the Fly ... a great group of gals I first ran across in 2004. These women love three things: fly fishing, hot vintage trailers and cool Macabi skirts. Re
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Slow season (so far) at Yellowstone
According to an item posted in the Harfort (Connecticut) Courant: "Fewer tourists compared to last year have booked advance reservations to visit the greater Yellowstone (National Park) region this summer. Industry leaders hope low gas prices will lure people to drive t
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Jayco shows
In this 3:28-minute video, Jayco takes us through the various steps of how a Seneca class C motor coach is put together.
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VW camper van interiors
Nostalgic look at VW camper van interiors.
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Golfer John Daly ... 'Wild Thing just keeps motoring'
Kevin Mitchell of the Irish Times delivered a beautifully written feature about hard-luck golfer John Daly (published during the April 2009 Augusta National). "When he emerges blinking from his million-dollar, black-glassed motorhome a little after 10am, coffee in one h
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Colorado State Parks charge for 'toad'
If you are traveling through Colorado in a motorhome towing a car, expect to pay double if you plan to camp at state parks.Colorado State Parks continues with its 2007 policy of charging an "$8/day entrance fee on both 'motorized' vehicles for a total of $16/day to get
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Airstreams slide into Greenbrier
"A steady stream of aerodynamic, silver-skinned recreational vehicles has been snaking its way to the West Virginia state fairgrounds since Sunday, arriving one or two at a time or in mini-caravans of half-a-dozen," writes Tina Alvey in the Register-Herald."All are boun
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