RV Travel.com's 10th Anniversity edition
"So here I am at issue 500. I started this newsletter on a bet, sort of," writes RV Travel editor Chuck Woodbury. "My buddy James Raia was starting one about cycling. I thought, "if he can start a newsletter on the internet so can I."Ten years later, Woodbury is still p
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RVer Jimmy Smith comments on 'scurrying'
RVer Jimmy Smith takes a moment away from getting the 5th wheel outfitted for our upcoming journey to record a few observations."Yesterday I finally stopped scurrying around and stood motionless as a doe and her twin fawns grazed along the creek bottom," writes Jimmy in
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Chuck Woodbury, RV Travel.com publisher, featured in newspaper article
Noah Haglund, writer for the Everett (Wash.) Herald profiles RV Travel.com publisher Chuck Woodbury who "has just returned from his latest adventure and he's brimming with descriptions of Iceland's exotic scenery."He traveled to the Scandinavian island country earlier t
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'SnakePit' eatery, great RV Short Stop when traveling along I-90 in north Idaho
One of the fun aspects of RV travel is having the freedom to take advantage of the serendipity--as in stumbling onto a place that has a fascinating history, decent food and easy access to a bicycle or walking path. The SnakePit (also known as the Evaville Resort) is
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‘Navigating life on the road in a bumpy economy’ workshop Sat., 9/24, Spokane
Jimmy and I are in the final planning phase before hitting the road again after a six-month property caretaking position in northeast Washington state. We continue to explore our desire to live a resilient and meaningful life on the road with a limited income. We hav
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Glacier National Park, one final visit as camping season winds down
Glacier National Park, in the northern most reaches of Montana, is a national treasure. We wanted to do one more visit before the Going to the Sun Road closes for the season. After riding up to Logan Pass and taking in the magnificent vistas, we stopped off at the La
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Brief stopover at Dayton Yacht Harbor on Flathead Lake, Montana
On our way to Glacier National Park, we stopped off at the Dayton Yacht Harbor on Flathead Lake in northern Montana to visit with friend, and RVer, Jim LeKander.Jim and his sweetheart, Sandy, spend their winters in Mexico, traveling in a class B van conversion. "We hav
Off to Hot Springs, Montana today, Flathead Lake this weekend
Heading to Hot Springs, Mont., to take in a soak in the healing waters. There are several different soaking opportunities in the area. We settled on one when we get there.Tomorrow we'll venture onto the breathtaking Flathead Lake for a couple days.Photo: Flathead Lake n
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RV Travel e-newsletter out with newsy bits
RV Travel publisher Chuck Woodbury updates readers on his week-long trip through Iceland. Also Mike Sokol gives another installment on understanding RV electricity. "What you learn could prevent you from being shocked by your RV -- and worse case -- dying from the shock
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RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on 'cooler evenings, shorter days’
"Was that a down comforter we were burrowed under in the early hours of this morning? And wasn’t the morning sun late getting up and a bit further south than a day or two ago?"Extended time RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on these early days of September. For more, click
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