Casino Camping, part 3: A few courtesies to keep in mind when parking for free at a casino
This is the third of four posts on Casino Camping. "Needless to say," said Jane Kenny, author of Casino Camping: Guide to RV-Friendly Casinos, "recreational gaming is a popular activity and more casinos continue to be hospitable to RVers." Many resort casinos inc
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Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland and '75 Winnebago motorhome star in 'The Leisure Seeker'
So what if, according to most critics,  'The Leisure Seeker' will most likely not win Best Picture of the Year--I can't wait to buy my ticket and see it. Why, because it features two veteran award-winning  actors Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland--and a grand vin
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Remember National Public Lands Day, 'Go. Play.' 'Go. Discover.' 'Go. Help.' - Sat., Sept. 30
"America's state and national park systems are popular destinations for RV trips," according to the Campfire Canvass survey of RV owners by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. Of the RVers surveyed, "77% percent will visit a state park, and 74% plan to visit
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RVing the Maritimes with Kevin & Janie Justis, part 12: Feeling the hint of Autumn in Nova Scotia
This is the 12th installment of Kevin and Janie Justis' ‘Summer of 2017’s Grand RVing Tour of Canada’s Maritime Provinces.’ This post finds Kevin and Janie Justis of Rio Rico, Ariz., back in Nova Scotia. "After six days of waiting for truck parts to be del
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RVing the Maritimes with Kevin & Janie Justis, part 11: Costs-camping reasonable, food pricey, fuel high
This is the 11th installment of Kevin and Janie Justis' ‘Summer of 2017’s Grand RVing Tour of Canada’s Maritime Provinces.’ This post finds Kevin and Janie Justis of Rio Rico, Ariz., about ready to leave Newfoundland for Nova Scotia. They take a few minutes t
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RVing the Maritimes with Kevin & Janie Justis, part 6: Prince Edward Island, Canada
This is the 6th installment of Kevin and Janie Justis' ‘Summer of 2017’s Grand RVing Tour of Canada’s Maritime Provinces.’ Pictured above is a fishing pier (with living units in the multi-colored building) on Prince Edward Island (PEI), in eastern Canada.
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Airstream International Serenity, part 2 -- 'Top of the line' and made in America
While contemporary Airstreams might not stand up to the riggers of founder Wally Byam's 18,000-mile overland trek from 'Cape Town to Cairo' in 1959, the legendary semi-monocoque aluminum trailers are still known for their handcrafted quality construction. "Airstream
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Fuel prices cheapest since 2005 for most USA
This might be the best summer in more than a decade to take that long road trip in your RV (except if you're taking your 'bucket list' trip to Alaska). Although gasoline prices are more than $4 a gallon in Canada, the USA's "national average for a gallon of gasoline
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RV spring maintenance, part 3 -- 'Check exterior, tires, vehicle engine and generator'
In this third installment of a four-part series on sprucing up your recreation vehicle for the family camping season, it's time to check your rig's exterior. - RV Exterior and Seams: "Inspect all roof and body seams, and around any openings cut into the RV, for signs
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RV spring maintenance, part 2 -- 'Sanitize your rig's water system'
After checking your RV's batteries, says Mark Polk of RVEducation101.com, the next step in moving your RV from hibernation into camping mode is to flush the water system of antifreeze. RV Water System: If your plumbing system was winterized with non-toxic RV antifree
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