'Six Safety Tips for (RV) Parking at Casinos' by popular RV author Jane Kenny
With snowbirds returning home and the camping season just around the corner, more and more RVers will be on the road, many looking to travel long distances in a short amount of time ... these folks often look for a place to 'blacktop boondock' for a few hours or overnig
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'Steve Prefontaine Memorial Run' in Coos Bay - consider The Mill Casino RV Park in North Bend
If you are heading to the annual Steve Prefontaine Memorial Run in Coos Bay, Ore., in September, consider The Mills Casino only a couple of miles up Hwy. 101 in North Bend. The Mill Casino offers a full-hookups RV Park on the bayfront. There are 102 level sites, incl
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Another sweet school bus conversion -- Ira Woodward's 1954 Crown Coach
There is a soft spot in my heart for bus conversions. Maybe it's the nostalgia for the retro look.  Whatever, every time I see one I smile. Recently I was talking with a friend from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Ira Woodward and his vintage bus conversion came up. We
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Writing for new RV blog: 'Pavement Camping'
From time to time, I will be posting on the Pavement Camping blog. This relatively new blog is about the practice that many RVers have of staying over night in the parking lots of stores, casinos and truck stops, referred to as "Pavement Camping." "Often it's simp
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Casino guides to low cost, free RV-friendly camping
The "2013 American Casino Guide,"  provides detailed information about every casino/resort, riverboat, and Indian casino in the United States. Money-saving coupons are included plus recreation vehicle parking rules. The 2013 edition has 496 pages of information and se
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Small world on the RVing road
Two couples Jimmy and I first met more than a month ago at New Mexico's Pancho Villa State Park have crossed our paths recently in the most amazing places. Jim Rock and Ruth Hendericks from Port Angeles, Wash., were sitting at the bar in the Blue Water Casino in Par
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