RVing Women aim rigs toward Toppenish
Each year on the first Saturday in June, the Toppenish (Wash.) Mural Society recruits a group of western artists to design and complete a new mural, which is then added to the town's already impressive collection of 73 murals. An estimated 13,000 visitors drift into tow
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Shady Dell vintage trailers fun RV Short Stop
The Shady Dell, in mile-high Bisbee, Ariz., is a retro RV park, southeast of Tucson on Hwy. 80 near the Mexico border.Not only does it have RV spaces with full hookups for visitors, there are nine completely restored vintage aluminum travel trailers.Read more about this
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Thinking of RVing 24/7 ... here are three diverse blogs
"Light Curve on the Road" features incredible images and excellent copy by Oregon photojournalist / cinematographer Michael Fousie and Blue, a very clever Miniature Schnauzer. "We both travel full time, taking pictures, smelling things, shooting films, gnawing on bones
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'Dream Rangers' on their recreational vehicles
These are not the usual recreational vehicles we talk about on RVWheelLife, but there is a message in this commercial that has touched many people.It's a little over 3 minutes in length, so sit back, relax and reflect.Note: Thank you dear friend Molly Hoover for sending
Jimmy Smith 'quivering' over new rig
In previous posts Jimmy Smith has tried to come to grips with what "home" is at this point in our lives."We have roved around Spokane for the past month looking at traditional houses with the thought of 'that' being what we would call home.  Talk about a panic attack,"
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Leaving cozy truck camper soon for roomier 5th wheel trailer
After almost two years of traveling and living extended periods of time in our sweet 8.5-foot truck camper, we are in the end stages of buying a 28-foot 5th wheel trailer.If all goes as planned, within a week, the 1996 Lance Squire Lite will be turned over for a modest
Tionesta bicyclists pedal, RV around the Allegheny region in western Pennsylvania
RVers Ted and Bridgitte Johnson of Tionesta, Pa., are avid bicyclists who have been two-wheeling their way around western Pennsylvania for years. To make it a little more comfortable for trips more than an hour from home, they take along their Coleman tent trailer for o
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