Seasons Greetings from our rig to yours
Happy Holidays from our Woodland Park destination trailer parked in our homebase at Timber Valley SKP RV Park in southern Oregon. We are celebrating a wet, chilly and breezy Christmas.  After Jimmy's shoulder surgery and initial recovery, we are hoping we can head s
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Holiday gift ideas for RVing pets, # 6: Loving Pets' canister, made-in-USA natural treats
This is the sixth in a series of Holiday gift suggestions for RVing pets. Bella Treat Canister and It's Purely Natural made-in-the USA treats from LovingPetsProducts.com  are great holiday gift suggestions for RVing pets. "Even the most particular pet parents w
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Holiday gift ideas for RVing pets, # 5: 'ShedMonster Shedding Tool'
This is the fifth in a series of Holiday gift suggestions for RVing pets. Not every holiday gift has to be glamorous ... however, this practical gift helps make any pet a lot more comfortable and sharper looking -- the ShedMonster Shedding Tool (about $20 in pet cent
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Holiday gift ideas for RVing pets, # 4 -- 'Loft Dog Bed and Duvet'
This is the fourth in a series of Holiday gift suggestions for RVing pets. The Loft Wonder Dog Bed ($65) and Duvet ($50), available through Kurgostore.com, is perfect for any canine companion. “Here's the thing about dog beds” in an RV, says Amy Burkert of G
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Holiday gift ideas for RVing pets, # 3: Freedom No-Pull Dog Harness
“There is nothing, I repeat, nothing that wears on a dog owner more than having their pooch constantly pulling at the end of the leash,” says full-time RVer Amy Burkert of GoPetFriendly.com. This is the third in a series of Holiday gift suggestions for RVing pets
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Holiday gift ideas for RVing pets, # 2: iCalmPet portable, rechargeable music player
It has been reported that somewhere between 50 and 75 percent of pet parents plan to buy holiday gifts for their much loved pooch or kitty. Many of our traveling companions get a little stress while moving down the road.  One product that might be of help is iCalmPe
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Gilbert Ray Campground continues as a popular (no reservations) county destination with snowbirds.
RV friends Marc and Joyce Stalnaker recently visited the Gilbert Ray Campground, a county facility near Tucson, and wrote in to let us know it is still a pretty good place to put down stakes for a few nights. "I like this campground because the sites are carefull
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Happy Thanksgiving from our tiny home on wheels
We are grateful once again to be celebrating Thanksgiving Day with our fellow Escapee RVers at SKP Timber Valley RV Park in southern Oregon. We will be watching the Macy's Parade and football games on the big screen TV in the Clubhouse and then joining with our neigh
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RVers on the move this Thanksgiving holiday
Drivers will be paying the highest Thanksgiving gas prices since 2014 with pump prices about 40-cents a gallon more expensive than last year, according to AAA. The average retail price for regular unleaded gasoline is around $2.54 a gallon. That said, AAA estimates this
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Winterizing your RV, part 4 — ‘Check for leaks; clean inside of aerosols, food'
This is the final post of a four-part series on 'Winterizing your RV.' Another major concern of storing an RV for months is the rig’s exterior, its roof and sidewalls. After thoroughly cleaning the rig, inspect all sealants for signs of damage or cracking where wat
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