Sharing your favorite RV holiday memory ...
Whether it is camping on a lake in southern Georgia, or hiking the back country of Big Bend National Park, or cooking a full-blown turkey dinner in a small RV kitchen, people who use their recreation vehicles during the holiday season often create lasting memories. Over
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Full-time RVers Betty and Lance Wilson remember Thanksgiving holiday in Mexico
From group campouts in Georgia, to wearing shorts and sandals in the southwest desert, to traditional turkey dinners on the Baja in Mexico, people who use their recreation vehicles (RVs) during the holidays often create lasting memories. While they may not add up to
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Check out these 'Extreme RVs' ... on Travel Channel
The Travel Channel brings a little RV bling to Sunday night television with its mind- boggling series: Extreme RVs. Sunday night, after a long day of football,  at 10 /9c, get set to view three "rolling mansions with incredible amenities and designs that put most ho
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Blogs where part of the 60s counterculture meets the 21st RVing Century
A friend of Jimmy's (Scott McClure of Oregon) stumbled onto 'The Shelter Blog' and sent along this image of a vintage home on wheels from one of the blog's posts. Author and editor-in-chielf of Shelter Publications  Lloyd Kahn oversees "The Shelter Blog" where: "She
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Gift idea: Disney Fairies Tink's Pixie Camper
If you are looking for a holiday gift to put on layaway for that young RVer in your life, you might check out Disney Fairies Tink's Pixie Camper. According to the product advertising: "Tinker Bell and her friends are ready to go camping, and kids can join the adv
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Washington's popular, convenient year-round Maryhill State Park along Columbia River Gorge
The Maryhill (Washington) State Park is located about 104 miles east of Portland, Ore., on the Washington State side of the mighty Columbia River. It sits on the river's edge across from Biggs, Ore., a popular travelers' and truckers' stop for fuel and fast food.
Heading down the road--this time the slow way south
This, our sixth RV Snowbird Journey, may be our last such extended adventure. So we'll be taking our time. This does not mean we plan to give up RVing, far from it. We love the outdoors–and I love sleeping off the ground. However, after more than five years of c
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2014 'Campus Tailgate Tour' continues through 11/15
Anyone who has ever attended a college or professional football pre-game tailgating event, knows how much fun they can be. In fact, tailgaing is frequently cited by RVers as one of the most popular ways they use their rigs during the fall and winter months, according
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Badlands National Park, crisp, stark, breathtaking
This time of the year Badlands National Park in South Dakota, has amazing sunrises and sunsets, snappy winds and brisk temperatures. We camped in the Cedar Pass Campground located on the east side of the park. There are 96 sites with a sweeping spectacular view of t
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