Landsailing, boondocking = perfect RV match
A longtime friend, David Farmer,  sent in an e-mail, along with a couple of photos, telling of his recent escapades at the America's Landsailing Cup, America's premier landsailing event held during March on the Ivanpah Dry Lake on Bureau of Land Management land in sout
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Why are RV manufacturers looking for so many drivers?
"Officials from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association estimate that an additional 2,000 drivers are needed to deliver the 25,000 to 30,000 recreational vehicles that are sitting on lots in southern Michigan and northern Indiana," according to an article by Jim Mee
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This amazing RV doesn't mind getting its wheels wet
Be the first on your vacation lake to own the Terra Wind a luxury motor coach-cum-house boat. This very unique recreation vehicle "is as comfortable on the lake as it is on the land with a highway speed of up to 80 mph and up to 7 knots on the water," according to Co
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National Arbor Day is Friday, April 25--go plant a tree with your children, grand kids
It goes without saying that the vast majority of RVers value our magnificent national forests and wooded state parks. As a group we cherish spending quality time with our families camping, hiking and fishing within and around the many public lands across America. We
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Alaska -- the dream journey for adventurous RVers
Alaska is pretty much up there in the top two or three trips all adventurous RVers have on their bucket list. I know it is for us, along with touring the Maritime Provinces in Canada and--my personal ultimate nostalgia trip--following the fire flies up the Appalachia
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RVer Jimmy Smith sews first spring seeds
As much as RVer Jimmy Smith loves traveling the two-lane highways of America and boondocking near small mountain lakes--he lives to get his hands deep into the dirt, to work the soil, to plant viable seeds and to grow healthy crops. After more than six-months on the
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Sisters on the Fly, part 4 -- Irene Rawlings' 'Caravans, Campfires and Tales from the Road' in vintage trailers
Author Irene Rawlings of Denver, Colo., first met the Sisters on the Fly a decade ago when she was writing a book called Portable Houses (2004). “I was driving along a back country road one day and passed this line of brightly decorated vintage trailers,” said
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Sisters on the Fly, part 3 -- 'Gone fishing, kayaking, cowgirling' in their vintage trailers
Because of the sheer numbers of members of Sisters on the Fly, now near 4,500, in addition to the dozen or so national trips, regional Sister groups plan dozens of three and four-day camping and caravan events across the United States. While camping is the major focu
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