Sisters on the Fly, part 2 -- 'No Men, No Pets, No Kids and Be Nice'
The rules for Sisters on the Fly, a women's outdoor adventures group, are simple: "No Men, No Pets, No Kids and Be Nice." On their girls-only fishing and camping trips, about half the women pull small vintage trailers. Each rig has its own name and most are decorated
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Sisters on the Fly, part 1 -- 'Having more fun than anyone' in vintage trailers
Since the late ‘90s, Sisters on the Fly have been caravanning two-lane roads in their vintage trailers, telling tall tales around campfires, and having “more fun than anyone.” The idea for the group began when real-life sisters Maurrie Sussman of Phoenix, Ariz.
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Safety concerns tips for solo RVers
In the publication "The Woman's Guide to Solo RVing," authors Jaimie Hall Bruzenak and (the late) Alice Zyetz,  (CD or e-book: $13.95) list a number of safety tips for all RVers traveling alone including: • Cell phone: Always have a fully-charged cell phone w
What to do with that extra storage space under your RV bed?
One young couple entering the USA from Mexico decided to neatly pack that storage compartment under the bed of their recreation vehicle with three illegal immigrants. This March 19, 2014,  image, provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, shows how the t
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FMCA RV gathering in Oregon, Aug. 13-16, 2014
Not too early to start your summer plans to attend the Family Motor Coach Association's 90th Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase. The circling of motor coaches is taking place in the RV-friendly Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center in the Central Oregon town of
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Casita probably best purchase in 47-year marriage
  Kevin Justis of Rio Rico, Ariz., just sent in an e-mail about their 1995 Freedom Deluxe Casita that he and his wife, Jane, purchased in the summer of 2006. "We have more than 800 nights in it and think it might be one of our best purchases in our 47 years of marr
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'Flippin' RVs' on Great American Country network
An entertaining new television show called Flippin' RVs on the Great American Country network, covers the incredible world of vintage and collectible travel trailers as it follows the young husband and wife team go Justin and Anna Scribner. Together they seek out ra
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RVing with Special Physical Needs, part 4 -- 'Mark Douglass of RVing Accessibility Group'
While more RVers with physical needs are recapturing their mobility and enjoying time on the road, the vast majority of the campgrounds are not handicap-friendly, according to Mark Douglass of the RVing Accessibility Group. Douglass of Pagosa Springs, Colo., start
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RVing with Special Physical Needs, part 3 -- 'Evan and Terri Young, family are avid 4-wheelers'
Evan and Terri Young, 40-somethings from Whitesville, Ky., are avid four-wheel enthusiasts who selected a toy haul trailer for their RV. At the age of 20, Evan Young was in a car accident that left him partially paralyzed. He was determined to pick up the pieces and
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RVing with Special Physical Needs, part 2 -- 'Full-time RVers Lori and Mike Sanders travel, play'
Lori and Mike Sanders of California are retirees who have been full-time RVing for five years. Mike Sanders was born with Spina Bifada and has a shortened, deformed right leg. "He got around pretty well for 60 years before developing severe osteoarthritis, which
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