Habitat for Humanity looking for active RVers
Disclaimer: I have been a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity since the early 1990s. It is a wonderful organization where one can give back and get in shape at the same time. As we know, RVers as a group are very generous and active people. Habitat's RV Care-A-Vanner
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Author, blogger Brad Herzog and wife, Amy, heading out for 17th summer RVing
The RVing Herzogs and I first crossed paths a dozen years ago when Brag, Amy and their two sons, Luke and Jesse (pictured in 2003), were traveling through Spokane, Wash., where I was writing about the RV lifestyle for the Spokesman Review newspaper. “I can’t imag
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Roadtrek's CS Adventurous gets thumbs up for innovation from MotorHome Magazine
"It doesn’t matter if you’re staying at an RV park or heading off the beaten path into the boondocks, the (Roadtrek) CS Adventurous offers the ability to do both in a high-end economical motorhome that’s highly maneuverable and easy to handle," writes Donya Carlso
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Free 'Owner's Guide to America's National Parks'
RVing families are frequent visitors to America's national parks. An excellent free resource is the online site: National Parks Foundation. It features an abundant array of information on America's national treasures ... some of OUR most beautiful public lands. There
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RVers almost 1/3 of all campers
About 1 in 5 Americans regularly go camping and of those about 30-percent do so in a recreation vehicle according to "Camping and Camper" a survey conducted by Responsive Management, a resource firm specializing in natural resource and outdoor recreation issues. And
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Hiawatha Trail = healthy RV travel break
If you are an RVer who is traveling the Pacific Northwest this summer with a bicycle strapped somewhere on your rig, one of the must-do rails-to-trails is the immensely popular Route of the Hiawatha Rail-Trail. This 15-mile compacted gravel trail stretches between t
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Camping near Oregon's Heceta Head Lighthouse
Carl G. Washburne Memorial (Oregon) State Park, just a few miles north of Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint, is a perfect base for intertidal exploration and family RV camping. The campground is located on the east side of U.S. 101, 14 mi. north of Florence
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Sweet mini-motorhome conversion
Just had to smile when I ran across this sweet mini VW RV-conversion on Neatorama.com by John Farrier. "In the 60s and 70s, various recreational vehicle manufacturers mounted small motorhomes on the Volkswagen Beetle chassis. It was called the 'Bugaroo' or 'Beetle Mi
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RV Owners Lifestyle Seminar set for June 19-22, 2015, in stunning Kelowna, BC on Okanagan Lake
RVers in the Pacific Northwest, or those who want a great reason to visit beautiful Okanagan Lake in British Columbia and hang out with other 100 fascinating folks, should check out the 18th annual RV Owners Lifestyle Seminar on the Okanagan College campus in Kelown
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June is America's Great Outdoors Month
Thousands of events and activities are planned to help RVing families get reconnected with nature and America’s fantastic public lands during June -- Great Outdoors Month. A few of the many events include: National Trails Day, June 6 "American Hiking Society’s
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