Folding A-frame trailers, part 3: Retirees Linda and John Keltgen downsize for ease of towing, set up
Other A-frame owners are longtime RVers Linda and John Keltgen of Mariposa, Texas, who began camping in the 1980s with a tent trailer. Over the years they went through a number of different rigs until 2007 when they retired and set out to RV full-time in a 31-foot Cross
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A romance with 'Little Big Trailers'
Kristopher Bunker profiles ten nifty small tow-behind recreation vehicles on CampingLife.com. Sometimes, a smaller, easy-to-maneuver trailer is all that’s needed to enjoy your favorite outdoor recreation, writes Bunker. "We've selected a number of outside-the-bo
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Winter RVing, part 3 --  Chris Dougherty loves having
“I love the fun of having a portable winter cabin all ready to go,” said Chris Dougherty, owner RV Medics LLC of New England in Springfield, Mass. “It’s amazing how cozy a warm, comfortable little RV home can be with snow and cold outside.” An RVer most of
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Take a peek at HGTV's 'RV 2014' picture tour
Get a sneak look at the coolest, most high-tech RVs in America with HGTV's RV 2014 picture tour. Click through 25 photographs of the latest in amazing recreation vehicles ... including a 43-feet Dutchmen Voltage 5th wheel toy hauler complete with patio (above) ... t
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Hybrid trailers, Part # 4 -- Begin research here
There are dozens of hybrid-expandable trailer manufacturers. Most have Web sites and toll-free telephone numbers to order free brochures. Here are a few places to begin your research: Starcraft Travel Star Expandable: "Designed to accommodate large families or fam
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