Class B RVs, Part 1-- 'Is it a family van or a recreation vehicle?'
Over the past decade, increased demand by consumers for more fuel-efficient recreation vehicles and technical innovations in the RV industry have led to a growth in the popularity of Class B motor homes. Also know as van conversions and campervans, Class Bs are favor
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High school chum shares love of RV lifestyle
For me, the greatest joy of the internet is reconnecting with long-ago and far-away friends. This happened again recently when I discovered an email from a former Pacific High School classmate, still living in Southern California, and who also shares my passion for t
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Three generations of Southern Women RVers 'workamp' in Florida State Parks
In the beginning their plan was to visit every Florida State Park campground with RV facilities and write about it from a women's point of view for their blog: "Our Great Adventure -- 3 Southern Women Hit the Road: Women can camp too." However, unanticipated RV repai
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Young family new owners of our S&S camper
A wonderful young family will build new memories in our former 1992 8.6-foot S&S truck camper. This past week, we signed over the title to 30-somethings Scott and Alice Moon of Spokane, Wash. (This next week, we will pick up our new 2005 10.2-foot Northern Lite C
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'Rock My RV' hosted by rock icon Bret Michaels premires on Travel Channel
From the creators of Overhaulin’ and the producers of Extreme RVs comes a new series on the Travel Channel called Rock My RV! hosted by legendary rocker Bret Michaels beginning Sunday, May 26 @ 9|8c. Each week Michaels and his design/build team will transform "ordi
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Boondocking near Bumblebee Creek in Idaho Panhandle National Forests
Earlier this week we drove downriver along the Clark Fork River on Hwy 200 in western Montana. The impressive Clark Fork was pushing its edges as it roared toward Lake Pend Oreille in north Idaho. Snow was still visible on the Bitterroot Range as we nosed our way west o
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Dry camping along Clark Fork River in Lolo National Forest
Last September we stumbled onto a dispersed Lolo National Forest campground right off Hwy 135, between mileposts 14 and 15, heading downriver (north) from St. Regis, Mont., along the Clark Fork River. We were actually looking for Lolo National Forest's Cascade Ca
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Corps of Engineers Riley Creek Campground on banks of Lake Pend Oreille in north Idaho
Well, we landed at the Riley Creek campground on the shore of the magnificant Lake Pend Oreille, just 14 miles west of Sandpoint in north Idaho. This extremely popular campground is the largest of three in the Albeni Falls Dam project that was built in 1955 by the 
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Taking a little camping trip through northern Idaho panhandle and western Montana
It's camping time in the Inland Pacific Northwest and we're off on a long weekend circle trip from Spokane, Wash., to northern Idaho for possible canoeing, and over to western Montana for soaking in some hot springs. Rain is on the horizon, maybe even a thunderstorm
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'Survivor Truck Bug Out Vehicle,' not your average weekend camper
In an in-depth interview, Truck Camper Magazine writer Angela White talked with Jim DeLoziers, the driving force behind the ultimate Survivor Truck bug out vehicle. A professional security consultant, DeLoziers "wanted a vehicle that could quickly evacuate his family
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