Georgia State Parks' Snowbird special 'til Feb. 28
Just received an email from the Escapees RV Club about an amazing camping special for Snowbirds migrating through the Peach State this winter. It seems that Georgia State Parks are offering discounts of 30 to 50 perecent off their rates on campsites at a dozen
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Holiday gifts for RVers with pet travelers
It seems that every other RV on the road houses at least one pet companion. Here are a couple of nifty ideas for those pet travelers on your holiday gift list. - Because RVers' pets spend at least part of their time confined in small spaces, consider catnip for felin
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Holiday RV travel with pets, Part 2 -- 'Tips for safe, merry and peaceful trips'
A handful of tips from Amy Burkert of GoPetFriendly.com for a comfortable and merry Holiday RV trip with your pets: 1. Your pet's safety is the first priority. Start by making sure your four-legged friends are secured when traveling down the highway. "Whether you de
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Holiday RV travel with pets, Part 1 -- 'Millions of furry friends hit the road'
Unlike holiday air travelers, recreation vehicle owners are not limited to two pieces of luggage. They can take along just about anything they want on their trips to Grandmother’s house--including their pets. According to recreation vehicle industry numbers, more t
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Wintery mix at Timber Vally SKP Park
Woke up this morning to about an inch of slushy snow at Timber Valley SKP Park in southwest Oregon. An unexpected early white Christmas scene. -- Julianne G. Crane
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'Accumulation' - New Belgium's Winter Seasonal IPA features stylized Airstream trailer
New Belgium's seasonal 'Accumulation' features a very fine stylized Airstream-ish logo that jumped off the shelf the other day when I was cruising the 'adult beverage' section of the local grocery store. New Belgium describes this craft beer by stating:  "This wint
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Covered Bridges of Cottage Grove, Ore., nostalgic break from the road
Recently longtime gal pal, and fulltime solo RVer, Malia Lane and I traveled the "Cottage Grove (Oregon) Bridge Tour." (The bridges are also accessible by an amazing paved Row River bicycle and hiking trail.) For more information about these bridges and to see more
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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 5: Resources, tips
This is the final post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here.  -- Reserve early: If you know where you want to spend part of your winter, then reserve as early as possible. Snowbirds often go
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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 4: Lone Star State welcomes 'Winter Texans'
This is the 4th post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here. The barrier islands off the central Texas coast that shelter Aransas Bay and the laid-back bayside communities of Rockport-Fulton
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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 3: Solo RVer Catherine Woods explores Arizona
This is the 3rd post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here.  In early 2015, solo RVer Catherine Woods, 75, of Asheville, N.C., took off on a grand adventure to the southwest in her brand new
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