How to Maximize the Life of Motorhome Tires

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By E. Don Smith
November 22, 2014

  With a few protectant products and a little care, premature sidewall damage can be greatly reduced   If you own a motorhome long enough, you will eventually have to replace the tires. Most coaches require six tires, and a tag axle means two more. If you have priced tires lately you know... Read more »

Going Solo

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By Arline Chandler
November 22, 2014

  Meet Three Women RVers Who Call the Road Their Home   A few years ago, a single woman living full time on the road in a motorhome was rare, yet today solo RVers are common. They choose to make an RVing lifestyle for various reasons: retirement, divorce, empty nests, fulfillment of a dream... Read more »

Vista 36Y

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By Bob Livingston
November 21, 2014

  Belly up to the bar — kitchen bar that is — and Winnebago’s entry-level Class A gasser will serve up easy living   A favorite place to congregate in a home is the kitchen. If there’s an island counter, it’s hard to get anyone to leave, especially if there’s room for a few stools.... Read more »

Holiday Foodie Gifts

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
November 21, 2014

  The holidays are just around the corner and, if you’re like me, you’ve got plenty of stuff, probably more than you need. Instead of giving more stuff, how about offering a taste of the road? Increasingly, small, artisan food companies are producing terrific products, everything from real maple... Read more »

BIKING, BOATING & BEYOND

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By Tori Tellem
November 21, 2014

  Racks and carriers designed to help you take your adventure gear on the road   A motorhome is your home away from home, and we’re all about bringing as many creature comforts aboard as possible. Although in this case, we’re talking about creature comforts outboard. That’s because... Read more »

Put a Sock on It

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November 21, 2014

My wife and I grew tired of the constant “clinking” of glassware and the eventual scratching/marring of our glasses from bouncing down the road. I screwed a spice rack to the back wall of the cabinet, tie-wrapped another to it and my wife covered the glasses in fun/funky socks she bought at the... Read more »

That’s a Wrap

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November 21, 2014

I use a Christmas-wreath container to store my freshwater hoses. It’s the perfect size for easy coiling, and it keeps the hoses orderly and clean. Basil Vanderboegh | Benton Harbor, Michigan  

Steam Powered

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By Kevin Livingston
November 21, 2014

  Compact, nesting cooking system from SteamVita uses boiling water to prepare great-tasting, healthy foods   Quite often, the kitchen is the place where friends and relatives gather. Let’s face it, we all love to eat and many times it’s even the main reason for gathering in the first... Read more »

A Winter Escape to Phoenix

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By Mary Zalmanek
November 21, 2014

  Find plenty of sunshine, outdoor adventures and fascinating attractions in the heart of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert   While the rest of North America was enduring the brutal 2014 winter, my husband, Jim, and I spent two glorious weeks in Phoenix, Arizona, where weathermen were reporting... Read more »

National Museum of World War II Aviation

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by Mary Zalmanek
November 21, 2014

  An amazing display of World War II-era aircraft being restored in Colorado Springs   The National Museum of World War II Aviation in Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened in 2012 to explore the role aviation played in winning the war. Our guide, Phil Heacock, explained America’s isolationist... Read more »

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