Bad ecomony doesn’t stop people from daydreaming about RVing

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Neil Nisperos, staff writer with the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, reports that thousands turned out over the weekend for the annual California RV show in Pomona.

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Photo: The 56th Annual California RV Show Saturday, October 11, 2008, at Fairplex in Pomona. (Jennifer Cappuccio-Maher/Staff Photographer)

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  • More compact and fuel-efficient campers seems to be the way to go for the industry. European-style converted diesel vans (Americans: think old VW vans with pop.tops) can make a RV holiday a more affordable alternative to a conventional hotel holiday. I guess rising fuel prices eventually will make airline tickets more expensive too, making self-drive holidays even more economical.

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