Staying connected on the RV road



Business writer Tom Sowa of The Spokesman-Review wrote a primer on staying connected to one’s family and the world while RVing.

“Today about 30 million people call themselves regular RV users. And the number of them being connected and staying connected has continued to grow. Like nearly any other electronic toy, computers keep getting smaller, less expensive and fairly easy to take along in a motor home or camper.”

“Depending on how far afield you plan to roam, the choices for how to get and stay connected vary,” wrote Sowa.

In the article Sowa interviews RVers: Chuck Woodbury of; Diane Melde and Bill Joyce of; and Michael Fousie of

Image: Retired Portland television cameraman and now fulltime RVer Michael Fousie has several computers and printers in his motor coach. He creates Web pages while roaming the country. (Courtesy of Michael Fousie)

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