Today, it's off for a two-day trip to historic Wallace, Idaho.Three friends are bicycling east along the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes from Plummer Trailhead (in Washington state) 64.6 miles to Wallace. I'm driving the "sag wagon" over to Wallace and plan to bike west alo
RV Travel newsletter editor Chuck Woodbury will answer email questions live on a Webcast between 10-11 a.m.Ask Chuck questions about: Great camping spots, National Parks in the West, getting started RVing, full-time RVing, writing/blogging on the road, "camping" at Wal-
Paul Elkins of Washington state designs and builds all kinds of cool things including this lightweight travel trailer he put together for his trip to the Burning Man festival. (This year's event is taking place Aug. 31-Sept 7, 2009)Elkins chose to live the nomad life
This week video production crews filmed new images for the Go RVing 2010 advertising campaign.The three-day shoot took place in Elkhart, Ind.For addition details go to RV News Service. Photo: Courtesy of Recreation Vehicle Industry Association.
The television series, "Jamie's American Road Trip" featuring England's 'The Naked Chef,' Jamie Oliver, begins airing on Sept. 1, 2009, in the UK.The 34 year-old multi-media cooking personality took a cuisine tour across the United States in a motorhome to film the upco
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In a news release posted on Earth Times.com, Camping World launches "Cash for Campers" recycle and save rebate program."Camping World's self-funded "Cash for Campers" program is an effort to mirror the government program "Cash for Clunkers."It "incentivizes RV consumer