C’s of Tranquility

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By Kristopher Bunker
May 22, 2015

  These big Class C motorhomes make living the good life easy   The words “luxury motorhome” generally evoke visions of mammoth Class A coaches, luxury buses and/or conversions with higher-end electronics, appliances and appointments than you’d likely find in a luxury Manhattan high-rise. For... Read more »

The Towering Falls of Niagara

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By Christine Goodier
May 21, 2015

  One of North America’s most famous natural wonders is just dripping with adventure   Remember begging your mom and dad to let you run through the lawn sprinklers on hot summer days? During a sultry spell last July, I was ready to indulge my inner child in the mother of all water parks as my husband,... Read more »

The Simple Life

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By Chris Hemer
May 21, 2015

  Jayco’s new Alante Class A is a right-sized motorhome that makes buying — and living — easier   The world is turning. Time marches on. As keenly aware as we all are of this, and as much as we can appreciate the modern world, we often find ourselves longing for the simpler things in... Read more »

In the Dark

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By Alan Rider
May 21, 2015

  Wanna see more on your next trip than you’ve ever seen before? Spend some time looking up after the sun goes down   When it comes to celebrities, I’ll admit I’m pretty much in the dark. Frankly, I have absolutely no idea who most of the “stars” being endlessly clucked over on... Read more »

National Parks Draw Record-Breaking Crowds

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May 21, 2015

  Visitation at America’s national parks broke all-time records in 2014, as the National Park Service prepares to celebrate its centennial in 2016 with a major push to encourage more visitors to experience their national parks in 2016. In 2014, there were 292.8 million visits to national parks,... Read more »

Pet-Friendly Campgrounds

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May 21, 2015

  The editors and consultants of the “Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide” have chosen their list of the Top Pet-friendly Parks from the annual publication’s database of more than 7,000 private RV parks. According to the guide, “These select RV parks stand out from the pack when it comes... Read more »

Slow Refueling

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May 20, 2015

  I have a 32-foot 1998 Bounder Class A and my problem is with refueling. Sometimes the coach will take fuel readily and at other times it only allows fuel to trickle in to the tank. I try to find stations with a slope where I can park with the front end down, which sometimes helps, but is not always... Read more »

Transmission Position While Towing

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May 20, 2015

  I have just read that a 2010 Jeep Wrangler must be placed in park while being flat towed. I own a 2006 four-wheel-drive Jeep Liberty, and in the past, I have flat-towed it with the four-wheel transfer case in neutral and also the transmission in neutral. By doing this am I harming the transmission?... Read more »

TV Vibration

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May 20, 2015

  We own a 2005 Phoenix Cruiser 2350 motorhome. It has a flat-screen TV that is mounted on a swivel arm located over the cab area, between the driver and passenger seats. When traveling, the TV vibrates and rattles; this gets worst at highway speeds. We have tried a number of ways to stop the vibration.... Read more »

Virginia City and Nevada City — Living Ghost Towns

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By Arline Chandler
May 13, 2015

  Experience the excitement of Montana’s gold rush in these two historic Old West cities frozen in time   Back in the mid-1800s in the American West, towns sprang up at the mere whisper of the word “gold.” In 1862, Bannack (now a ghost town in Montana) was the site of the earliest significant... Read more »

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