Everyone is invited to Canada's 150th Birthday party--all parks, reserves FREE throughout 2017
To celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday, the Maple Leaf nation is "wrapping itself up in a bow" and giving visitors a gift: "free admission to National Parks and Reserves for all visitors throughout 2017." The free Parks Canada Discovery Pass gives free access to the 47
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Autumn RV shows in USA, Canada
At least 13 RV shows are scheduled between late September through October where browsers and potential buyers will be able to scan the new 2017 models ... or maybe pick up on a deal on an outgoing rig. Great American RV Show Sept. 29-Oct. 1 Norris Penrose Event Cen
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Canadian RV Snowbirds back in their little 'off the grid' home after winter in Southwest
The last time we saw Ann Hutchinson and Wayne Robertson they were packing their traveling rig -- a brand new 2014 Lance Camper that sits on their 2012 Ford F250. That was toward the end of March, just one day before they were leaving Yuma for their "little place" o
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Australian Millennials tour USA in DIY 'Skoolie'
This is a great story about how six young Australians "threw caution to the wind, and made a remarkable choice to experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure," according to an article on Do It Yourself RV. It seems the friends quit their jobs in Australia, moved to Can
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Canadian women RVers produce 'YogaRVing'
A long RV road trip can take a toll on one's body. 'YogaRVing' is the perfect DVD for RVers who want to 'take along' an exercise program for the mornings when they want to do 15-to-60 minutes of yoga. Produced by two Canadian women RVers-- Sally Hauca, a longtime yog
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RV sales on rise in Canada as young families buy towables
Go RVing Canada, a RV industry group north of the border, says 2012 saw a jump in recreation vehicle sales, with young families out pacing retirees as new buyers. The number of RV units sold was up 13 per cent nationally in the first six months of 2012 compared with
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Longtime solo RVer, Canadian author Joei Carlton Hossack winters in Arizona
Canadian Joei Carlton Hossack (left in picture) and I (right) have been crossing paths for almost eight years. When we first met in 2005, she was a full-time RVer and I was writing about the RV lifestyle for The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash.  She was in town p
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2. Before buying your dream recreation vehicle … ponder the 'number of regular users'
This is the second day of reviewing one of five basic questions to ponder before purchasing your first (or next) recreation vehicle and hearing from people who have already taken the plunge into the RVing lifestyle. Yesterday we took a look at "How you plan to use your
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