Jimmy goes to town and brings home our mail, a dozen eggs, and a bicycle tourist from New Zealand
(Editor's note:  ALL CAPS hot links are NOT the actions of RVWheelLife. Do NOT click on them and disregard.)   Towards the end of August, Jimmy  bicycled into the small community of Sutherlin, Ore., about a mile from the Timber Valley SKP Park, to our p
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Solo full-time RVer Kate Bright travels back roads in her own van conversion
One of our longtime full-time RV friends, Kate Bright, pulled into the Escapees' Timber Valley RV Park in southern Oregon to catch up with Jimmy and I -- not just once during this summer's traveling season, but twice. The first time was in June when she was heading n
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30 worst decisions you can make at campgrounds
"Campground choices range from RV parks to cabin resorts to the bare basics often found at national forest campgrounds," writes Melinda Crow in the Travel section on Yahoo.com. "Whatever your camping preferences, here are the 30 worst moves you can make at a campground.
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RV Short Stop: Organic cheese maker in Crescent City
Four generations of Rumianos have been "hand rolling" artisan cheese in Crescent City, Calif. Rumiano Cheese Company is the home of the first verified non-GMO cheese in the world. The production facility in Crescent City, Calif., is a perfect RV Short Stop for
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Escape heat, smoke go to Northern California coast
If you are traveling along Pacific Coast Highway 101 in Northern California or are looking for a spot to escape the hot summer weather and smoke from the wildfires in southern Oregon and northern California, head for Crescent City where the average high and low tem
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Western Swing Music Society looking for fun-loving RVers
The NorthWest Western Swing Music Society is looking for a few good fun-seeking RVing folks who love dancing and music ... and, especially those who have a hankering to learn more about Western Swing. In an e-mail from NWWSMS' Newsletter editor Jeanne Yearian, she wr
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RVing southern Oregon Coast Highway 101
After leaving the Boice Cope Campground near Langlois, Oregon, we meandered our way south in our truck camper along Oregon Coast Highway 101. In no hurry, we pulled off the road frequently to savor the cool weather and awe inspiring power of the Pacific Ocean. -
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Don't overlook this county park treasure ... Boice Cope, Curry County, on southern Oregon Coast
We stumbled onto this gem of a public campground as we were making our way south along Hwy. 101 north of Camp Blanco in Oregon. We had fled the record-setting temperatures inland (without reservations) for a cool couple of days on the Oregon Coast. It was mid-week an
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2015 'Big Rigs Best Bets Campground Directory'
“Big Rigs Best Bets Campground Directory” by Ken and Ellie Hamill (K & E Big Rigs Publishing, 15th edition, 2015, 512 pages, spiral-bound [lays flat], $24.95, plus shipping and handling). The ‘Big Rigs’ directory includes more than 1,200 parks in 49 USA s
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Oregon's Silver Falls State Park favorite family spot
Silver Falls State Park, known as the 'crown jewel' of the Oregon State Parks system, attracts more than a million visitors each year--most of them in family groups. Set in the foothills of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, Silver Falls is less than an hour's drive east
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