RV Travel newsletter #440 on a Web page near you
Issue # 440 of RV Travel newsletter is out and ready for your relaxed reading.This week's edition includes numerous RV tidbits including the first installment of Mike Sokol's series on RV electric safety. Editor Chuck Woodbury writes: "I highly recommend you read these
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Sallie Craner lives fulltime in 28-ft. travel trailer
Sallie Craner has been living fulltime in her 28-foot Traveleze travel trailer since March 2010.That's when the former-St. Maries, Idaho, resident moved to Riggins, Idaho.“In St. Maries, where I lived for 17 years, all my girlfriends were married or in a relationship
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Visit your National Parks for free three more times this year; camping fees still apply
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in California are two of the more than 100 national parks and monuments where entrance fees will be waived -- Aug. 14-15, Sept. 25 (Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11, 2010 (Veterans Day).Fee waivers include: entrance fees, commerc
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EverGreen RV drafts former NFL star Terry Bradshaw
EverGreen RV is touting its green effort and the fact that former NFL quarterback and current football commentator Terry Bradshaw, was asked by EverGreen owner, Kelly Rose, to "come on board as an endorser/part owner of the business," writes Jim Meenan in the South Ben
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TransAmerica bicyclists camp for a night next to the Little Salmon River
Yesterday afternoon, five TransAmerica bicyclists were taking a dip in the Little Salmon River, just a few yards north of our summer lodging. Jimmy, having biked across the USA from Lincoln City, Oregon, to Camden, Maine, about 30 years ago, immediately started a conver
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The lure of a summertime RV road trip
There is something about a vacation road trip in a recreation vehicle that has won the heart of travel columnist Jill Schensul as she headed for Louisville, Ky., home to The Rally, the "biggest RV event" in the country back in 2010. "Perhaps it's the idea of havin
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'America's Largest RV Show'
If you plan to be in Pennsylvania this September, be sure to check out "America's Largest RV Show" Hershey, PA., Sept. 15-19, 2010.
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RV Travel.com newsletter online
Time to pour a cup of coffee, relax a little and read this week's e-edition of RV Travel.com newsletter. Editor Chuck Woodbury gets ready for an extended RV trip across the USA; there's information on keeping your RV cool in hot weather; introduction of a new blog: 'The
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Camping along the Snake ... 'The Hells Canyon Hydroelectric Complex'
Idaho Power Company operates and maintains four overnight camping facilities: Woodhead, McCormick, Copperfield and Hells Canyon Parks.According to the Idaho Power's Web's recreation pages on camping fees:"All facilities are open to the public and are available on a firs
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Planning an autumn RV trip along the Blue Ridge Mountains ...
Jimmy and I are planning a trip through the Eastern part of our incredible country this autumn and each day I put just a little time into researching our potential route. What caught my eye this morning on the Internet is the beautifully designed and easy-to-navigate
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