Water Blotter

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June 20, 2014

The countertop around the kitchen faucet in my galley constantly gets wet, and the water runs down the surface and affects other items sitting on the counter. I was tired of the mess, so I bought a cloth chamois. I made a template out of paper, traced the template on the underside of the chamois and... Read more »

Easier Cable Connectors

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June 20, 2014

As I’ve gotten older, it’s more difficult for me to line up and screw in the coaxial cable from the campground into the connection on my RV … not to mention the sometimes-awkward locations of the cable connections at the campgrounds. Throw in darkness and/or a little rain, and the problem is compounded. A... Read more »

Holiday in Halifax

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by Christine Goodier
June 19, 2014

  A getaway to Nova Scotia’s capital reveals maritime mysteries and military majesty   Halifax, Nova Scotia, has it all: noteworthy museums, outdoor cafes and even an intriguing mystery or two. Like many RVers, we sometimes skip big cities, anticipating long commutes from distant campgrounds,... Read more »

ReDISCOVERY

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by Chris Hemer
June 19, 2014

  With Recent Updates and an All-New Floorplan, Fleetwood’s Popular Diesel Pusher is Better Than Ever     The more things change, the more they stay the same. Regardless of how you interpret this time-honored expression, there’s no denying its simple truth. We can all remember the... Read more »

Sea Eagle

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June 19, 2014

Sea Eagle Boats Inc. recently added its new, improved-design NeedleNose NN126 to its latest line of inflatable stand-up paddleboards. This 12-foot, 6-inch tourer features an advanced shape that tremendously reduces drag, friction and the unwanted effects of the wind, according to the company. Made from... Read more »

Return of the Brave

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June 19, 2014

  The Winnebago Brave symbolizes motorhome travel during the ’60s and ’70s, and for those of you who long for those golden years, you’ll be happy to know that the Brave is back. Sort of. Like the current generation Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, the Winnebago Brave and its... Read more »

Road Foodie: Cool RV Cookware

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
June 19, 2014

Unless you’re a full-timer, chances are the cookware in your motorhome’s galley looks like mine — a few extras and mismatched odds and ends from garage sales and thrift stores. It’s tough to make a good meal with worn-out pans and dull knives, and I recently replaced some of those castoffs with... Read more »

8 (plus 3) Good Reasons to visit the Badlands

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by Karen Lee Ensley
June 19, 2014

  This South Dakota National Park is filled with bountiful wildlife, rugged scenery and endless adventure Why would any sensible traveler want to venture to a place named Badlands? Here are eight reasons — plus three nearby attractions — why you’ll want to pack up the motorhome and head... Read more »

Two wheels Mean Twice the Fun

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by E. Don Smith
June 3, 2014

  Not only is cycling good exercise, it’s a great way to explore the area beyond your campsite   Since the 1800s, when the modern bicycle was invented in Europe, mankind has been fascinated with using our own power to propel ourselves around on two wheels. Throughout the history of the... Read more »

Yellowstone Your Way: A First-Timer’s Tool kit

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by Christine Goodier
June 2, 2014

  Planning a trip to see Old Faithful? Here’s what you need to know before heading off to the world’s largest collection of geysers Tell a few people you’re going to Yellowstone National Park and you’ll suffer from information overload. Your helpful boss or mother-in-law’s idea of a... Read more »

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