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A horrific, fiery crash along I-65 in Kentucky that claimed six lives has focused new attention on the need to…
More than two and a half years after the disastrous Deepwater oil spill by BP, tarry, gunky deposits of what appears to…
I love kayaking. But with a Class B campervan-style RV, there just isn't enough storage room to take one along.…
There are fulltime RVers and then there is Campskunk. Most fulltimers travel in Type A motorhomes or Fifth Wheels. They…
John and Terry O'Brien love old travel trailers. From their Silver Springs, FL home, the New York transplants did one…
The RV promotion industry may argue over bragging rights to what is the biggest show of the year but if…
We were deep in the piney woods of Southwest Georgia, a half mile off a red dirt road, parked in…
The one thing that I most dislike about this time of year is holiday shopping. Usually, I'll do anything to…
There’s nothing like the sight of one of Yellowstone National Park’s magnificent bison to slow traffic. These shaggy giants seem…
One of the biggest surprises we had last year in our travels was with KOA – Kampgrounds of America. On…
On this Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for many things that have come our way since we embraced the world of RVing.…
Gas and diesel prices are a drag allright and RV trips cost more and more. But if you don't mind…
This is a guest post from Jennifer, Mike's wife. And it comes after Angie, one of this blog's regular readers,…
One of the best things about RVing in a Type B motorhome is you can get to a lot of…
Leisure Travel Vans has announced it's new Sprinter van – the Free Spirit SS. It is billed as having the…
There are no more motorhome classes. No more Class A,B and C. Now we are to call them Type A,…
I've talked to several of the nation's biggest RV dealers this week as I've looked into upgrading my 2006 Roadtrek…
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