2017 'Milepost' - Alaska Travel Planner's 69th edition
It's just about time for the first wave of RVers to head North to Alaska.  If you are just in the planning stages of this lifetime adventure RV road trip, you'll want to pick up a copy of "The 2017 Milepost," the 'Bible of North Country Travel.' This more than 700-p
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USA '2018 Road Atlas' Large Scale
United States "2018 Road Atlas - Large Scale” (Rand McNally, 264 pages, spiral-bound, $19.95). Published: April 17, 2017 Although most RVers have a GPS device, every traveler needs a good map book within reach when their GPS doesn't work properly--or gets you into
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2016 'The RVer's Friend: North American Diesel/Parking Directory'
Another Interstate guide recommended by RVTravel.com is "The 2016 RVer’s Friend: North America Diesel/Parking Directory” (list price, $15.95).  It lists current information for RVers, this one on travel centers. This perennial best seller lists 6,700 'RV accessi
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Good Sam 2016 North America RV Travel Guide & Savings Guide aka Campground Directory
The"Good Sam 2016 North America RV Travel & Savings Guide. (Good Sam's RV Travel Guide & Campground Directory) (Good Sam, 1994 pages, list price: $29.95). This edition profiles nearly 12,500 private and public campgrounds across the United States and Canada.
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RV Daily Tips - bad smells after storage? mice in rig?
RVTravel.com publishes RV Daily Tips, (Monday-Friday) featuring a handful of lifestyle and technical hints geared to making life on the road more enjoyable. One item was about how to rid your RV of musty or bad smells after storage. They suggested, among other thing
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Three favorite print directories for RV camping on national public lands
As we were wrapping up our recent 'Winter Texans' visit to the Lone Star State, it was time to start lining up possible places to camp along the nearly 3,000-mile journey between Rockport, Tex. and our homebase in the Pacific Northwest. We favor national public land
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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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Retire (very) early, homebase in park model trailer, travel round-the-world
Baby Boomers, Billy and Akaisha Kaderli decided to retire really early--more than 24 years ago at the ripe old age of 38. Early into their retirement they bought a recreation vehicle and toured the western states for two years. Then they set up a homebase in a park
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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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HGTV kicks off 'RV 2014' special on New Year's Day
In addition to the Rose Parade and lots of great football, New Year’s Day brings HGTV's  popular special featuring the latest in recreation vehicles. This year's 'RV 2014' is hosted by Chris Lambton. The yearly special showcases some of the latest bells and whi
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