RVing with Pets, part 1 -- Professional photographer Fran Reisner traveled 3 years with Jazzy, Sadie
This is the first of four postings on RVing with Pets. Millions of our furry four-legged friends love life on the open road and “ruffing” it at RV campgrounds. According to recreation vehicle industry numbers, about nine million Americans own an RV. Of those,
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Authors Kay and Tom Seliskar almost two decades exploring, writing, living full-time on-the-road
Tom and Kay Seliskar began living on-the-road in their mid-40s. Now, more than 19 years later they continue their nomadic lifestyle. After years of crisscrossing North America, their favorite RVing memories evolves around boondocking in beautiful scenic places. "We c
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'Can I Write Off My RV?' by George Montgomery
It's coming up on that time again ... Tax Time. Almost all RVers who have used their RV as a volunteer or have worked a couple months for money selling Chirstmas Trees or as a Camp Host wonders ... "Can I Write Off My RV? " George Montgomery (who has more than
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RVing is for Geeks, Part 3 -- 'Running a business entirely from an RV'
Cherie Ve Ard and Chris Dunphy of Technomadia.com rely on mobile Internet for their software development and technology consulting business. "All of the major cellular carriers have been deploying faster and faster connection speeds in more locations," said Cheri
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If you missed Workamper News' free webinar on 'RV Inspection Connection' -- you can still get information
(Updated Thursday, 8/29) Terry Cooper, the Texas RV Professor of the Mobile RV Academy and Steve Anderson from Workamper News are forming RV Inspection Connection for interested RVers. The Inspection Connection will train individuals to become Certified RV Inspec
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Joe Vachon - an itinerant green blacksmith
A short while back in Durango, Colo., we spotted a funky converted school bus parked on the fringe of the local Wal-Mart Supercenter. Its owner and creator, Joe Vachon, is a contemporary itinerant blacksmith. Vachon's work-in-progress bus doubles as his home an
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Three generations of Southern Women RVers 'workamp' in Florida State Parks
In the beginning their plan was to visit every Florida State Park campground with RV facilities and write about it from a women's point of view for their blog: "Our Great Adventure -- 3 Southern Women Hit the Road: Women can camp too." However, unanticipated RV repai
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The Digital RVer -- blog for the mobile population who need to 'connect' on the road
The Digital RVer is definitely worth a gander for all of us who travel for a lifestyle and want/need to stay in touch for personal and business reasons. Looking through the site,  I spotted an item by Russ and Tiña De Maris about the mostly dreadful Wifi access at
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RVers Debbie & Dale Younger are camp hosts at Antlers Campground in Shasta/Trinity forests
If you are traveling through northern California this camping season and you stop off at the USFS Antlers Campground, it's likely you'll run into camp hosts Debbie and Dale Younger. (Yes, Dale's side of the family are distant relatives of The Youngers--Cole, Jim, John a
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Family of 5's real costs of RVing for a year
RecalcRoute.com's Jon and Amy Arnold of Indianapolis, along with their three daughters, started their cross-country RV lifestyle in June 2011. The 40-something couple kept detailed records and posted a cost analysis after a year and nearly 16,000 miles on the roa
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