Summer is the time for RV camping ... not usually RV Shows, however there are a few
Looking for bargains on 2018 models? Plan to check out these three shows happening in Oklahoma, Indiana and Virginia. Before attending any RV show, always take a moment to check with the organizers (click on hot link) to be certain the dates are still correct. Sho
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Cheese Trails ... what a way to RV
What better way to spend your summer vacation ... or retirement ... than to eat your way across America. An article I posted on RVShortStops.com lists seven great Cheese Trail destinations to consider for your next RV journey. Here is just one: The Finger Lakes Chee
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Habitat's RV Care-A-Vanners looking for volunteers
One organization always looking for (and appreciating) RV volunteers is Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit, ecumenical housing ministry. HFH’s vision is: "A world where everyone has a decent place to live." Its mission is: "Seeking to put God’s love into action Habi
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Don Wright’s ‘Free and Low-Cost Campgrounds’
This campground guide is always within arm’s reach for quick and frequent reference. I can’t tell you how much money this book has saved us. Thousands, at least. I know there are many Wifi Apps that provide similar information, however, we frequently travel place
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Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area outside of Reedsport, near Oregon Coast
If you are one of the lucky RVers traveling along the Oregon Coast this summer, consider a slight diversion from the aquatic wildlife and ocean views, to take in the relaxing Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area just three miles inland on Hwy. 38 from Reedsport, on Oregon Coast
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Historic Harmony, Pa., quaint stop on RV journey
Recently Jimmy and I were visiting family in western Pennsylvania. On our last day there, our brother-in-law, Lou, asked us where we would like to eat lunch. I requested, "Someplace funky with local interest and good food." He treated us to the historic Harmony I
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Slow road cross country - 'EZ 66 Guide'
Anything that combines seeing America, RVing and art, I love, love, love. That's what 'EZ66 Guide for Travelers' by Jerry McClanahan offers. "Eighty percent of the original Route 66 is still easily drivable, but often not on ordinary maps & signage. The EZ66 G
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Kartchner Caverns State Park and Star Party in southern Arizona
For solar viewing during the day and "celestial amazement after sunset" don't miss "Kartchner Star Party" on Saturday, April 7 and Oct. 13, 2018 between 2 -9 p.m. Look at the magnificent skies through professional telescopes provided by the Huachuca Astronomy Clu
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Basque Museum in Boise, Idaho, an intriguing stop along an RV journey through Pacific Northwest
Time to begin planning those side-trips to your RVing summer trip through the Pacific Northwest. The Basque Museum & Cultural Center is the one of those little know museums that holds amazing exhibits, collections, and tours. It is the only museum in the United S
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Fascinating family stop when RVing through Southwest near where I-10 meets I-25 in New Mexico
We have been RV Snowbirds for more than eight years. Our primary east-west route through west Texas and New Mexico can get tiresome along I-10. One way we break it up is by stopping off somewhere along the way for a day or two or three.  A very special destination,
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