Longtime RVer and fitness guru Bob Difley talks about ways to stay physically active while RVing
In a recent item mentioned in the RVTravel.com newsletter, longtime RVer and boondocking expert Bob Difley wrote about opportunities for RVers to keep physically active and in shape while enjoying the RV lifestyle. "With baby boomers retiring and taking to the h
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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 5: Resources, tips
This is the final post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here.  -- Reserve early: If you know where you want to spend part of your winter, then reserve as early as possible. Snowbirds often go
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Desert boondocking tips for RVers by Bob Difley
We enjoy dry camping and have nosed out a few fantastic places in Oregon, California and Arizona. (Including the one picture on BLM land north of Lake Havasu City, AZ) Our go-to authority on all things boondocking is Bob Difley. I first met Bob about a dozen years
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Favorite RV holiday memory of Bob and Lynn Difley--Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada
Longtime RVers Bob and Lynn Difley have celebrated many Christmases in their RV and share this special holiday memory. Bob Difley wrote in an e-mail: "As snowbirds we spend Christmas away from the family somewhere in the southwestern deserts. "One year we decided
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Patagonia Lake State Park, a birder's bonanza in southeastern Arizona
After visiting with friends in Rio Rico, Az., we traveled south to Nogales, and then took Hwy 82 northeast to Patagonia Lake State Park. (Strongly suggest securing reservations if you planning on stopping on weekends in this immensely popular park.) I went online a c
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'Boondocking' part 1 -- with dry camping expert, RV author Bob Difley
This is the first of three postings on Boondocking. With high fuel prices, more and more recreation vehicle (RV) owners are looking for ways to trim other traveling costs, including overnight camping costs. Many RVers, especially ‘snowbirds’ who travel south
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Grab a second cup of coffee and read this week's RV Travel newsletter
The weekly on-line RV Travel newsletter features a variety of information for RV users including an intriguing item on "Using the sun to power your RV -- If RVing is your thing, portable RV solar modules are worth taking a look at. With high fuel prices, you need to sav
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