Monster 6-month RV trip planning update ... extending our stay in remote places
We just purchased a Honda EU2000i Super Quiet generator ... a major step for us. As truck campers who love to boondock (dry camp) on remote public lands, we realized last winter on our three-month, 8,000-mile trip that we were limited by two things: our single 12-vo
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Now's the time to start researching 'RVing Alaska and Canada' for next year's epic trip
In the early-80s, Sharlene "Charlie" Minshall, found herself a widow in her mid-40s. By 1986 she had sold everything and moved into a motorhome. Since then, this solo RVer has written hundreds of how-to articles and six books on the RV lifestyle and camping destination
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Follow RV Travel newsletter online
The latest edition of the free RVTravel Newsletter features a variety of information on the RV lifestyle. This week editor Chuck Woodbury reports on his 3,300-mile cross-country trip with his college-aged daughter, Emily. He states that there are  "corn fields e
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'Solo' young male searching for 'True American Dream' at wheel of RV
Randy Primm, a 20-something filmmaker from Seattle, Wash., started his quest for the “True American Dream” in February 2008, traveling the country in ‘Betsy,’ his 24-foot Gulfstream Ultra Class C motorhome that has been hit with more than one rock along the wa
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'Solo' woman continues her RVing adventure
Travel writer and longtime RVer Janet Groene blogs frequently on Solo Woman RV. Groene full-timed with her husband for 10, "happily homeless years." "The couple sailed the tropics in winter in their 29-foot sloop and took their agile, economical, 21-foot, diesel R
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Fires closed I-90 at least twice last week
Fires along I-90 in Washington State closed down the interstate last week ... one fire near Preston, involved an RV and the other was a wild brush fire near Vantage on banks of the Columbia River. RV fire stops traffic on I-90 According to the Issaquah Press: "Wes
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Summer on Little Salmon coming to a close
After more than three months living on the banks of the Little Salmon River, we are about to pack up the truck and camper and move on down the road.It's been a wonderful summer--Jimmy's been working as the caretaker/cook for the Little Salmon Lodge and I've been writing
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Planning first leg of USA RV, camping trip
Beginning the last week of September 2010, Jimmy Smith and I are leaving on our second long RV odyssey.Once again we are taking off in Jimmy's 1996 Lance Squire Lite 165 8.6' camper and 2003 Chevy Silverado 3/4 ton. We choose to travel light so that we can camp in mo
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'Winnebago Man' ... in a theater near you
Editor's note: Be warned, the 'Winnebago Man' trailer below does include potentially objectionable language."Jack Rebney is the most famous man you’ve never heard of — an RV salesman whose hilarious, foul-mouthed outbursts circulated underground on VHS tapes in the
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RVTravel is out with its weekly capsulations of RV news, information
The latest edition of the free RVTravel Newsletter features tons of information on the RV lifestyle. Articles and links include 'RV Boondocking News' blogger Bob Difley's information on what "No Camping" in highway rest areas really means. For details click on Bob's ex
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